Dr. J Speaking

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I understand the challenge of finding just the right speaker. Some presenter’s have an agenda that doesn’t always fit with your organization.

My goal is not to be that guy.

I’ve been asked to speak at everything from a lunch and learn to a professional development keynote for the National Convention of Phys Ed Educators.

I’ve given a “God’s Health Plan” talk in a local church for 200+ people, then later that same week, talked to 7, 8 and 9 year olds about backpack safety in their classroom.

Although the content is dramatically different in each setting, the one critical thing is enthusiasm for my audience.

I’m determined to bring the same energy and positive spirit to a full auditorium as I do to a lunch room or classroom.

It really doesn’t take a lot for me to get excited about giving a presentation because when it’s about inspiring people to lead and live a healthier life, it always get’s me energized.

An Overview of this Page

This page provides an overview of what I have to offer. It also outlines my process in working with a group to craft a presentation the fit’s their unique needs.

What You Can Expect

Here’s what you can expect from me and my team:

  1. Prompt, professional replies to your phone calls and email messages.
  2. A personal phone consultation with a member of my team or myself, so we can better understand how I can best serve you and your audience prior to your event.
  3. An announcement about your event on my blog and social media channels. (This assumes that your event is open to the public and you want additional visibility for it.)
  4. A professionally prepared, dynamically delivered presentation focused on achieving the outcomes you want with your audience.
  5. A quick follow-up communication after the event with someone on my team, to make sure I met your expectations. (I also want to know how you think I can improve.)

A Little Bit About Me

I have been speaking publicly for more than 20 years, well over 250 events.

I have done spots on local radio and television. (I’m still waiting on the call from Dr. Oz or Oprah).

For over a decade I wrote a health and wellness column in the local newspaper. In the last decade I have been blogging my content and moved away from print media.

I continue to research the latest health treands in the area of neurology, nutrition, fitness and attitude.

What I’m Good At

I bring the greatest enthusiam when I am talking about the power of the human body to heal naturally.

Talking to children and youth about how critical good posture and developing healty lifestyle habits also get’s me excited.

With my involvement in althletics and working with elite athletes I also scatter in facts and interesting stories about human perfomance. In fact, there is a lot of overlap.

The things top athletes do to enhance performance are the same things “regular” people should have in their lifestyle as well.

The Failure of Corporate Wellness Programs

Recently I have seen an incredible need for accurate information in the workplace.

The last 20 years has seen an explosion in “wellness at work” programs that are quite frankly based on wrong information and are causing more harm than good. 1

My wellness at work talks break down the myths surrounding failed wellness programs and inject some well overdue practical strategies for your team and employees.

I will inspire them to take personal responsiblily for their health and put the workplace back where it should be, in a supportive role, not responsible for your team’s health and injury issues.

The Next Step

Thanks again for considering me for your organization or event. You can take the next step by checking in with my team. Just fill out the form below and someone on my team will get back to you right away.

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Notes:

  1. https://hbr.org/2014/01/the-cure-for-the-common-corporate-wellness-program/

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