Random thoughts & observations to empower your daily life: Enthused About Life
Glen Van Ekeren’s topic will inspire you to embrace differences despite popular opinion “Let’s Get Weird! Is about a fresh view of excellence. It’s what we call people and organizations that resist normal.
Weird avoids conforming, following the masses or accepting the status quo.
Weird lives on the edge by continuously recreating, revolutionizing, and redesigning what is currently considered conventional.
Weird is obsessed with being out of the ordinary.
Weird embraces the dynamics of melting the mold of conformity.
Weird creates exceptions and excels in originality.
The road to Weird is paved with non-traditional thinking!
Glenn’s primary profession has been helping people grow. His passion as a leader is to create work environments where people feel good about themselves, their jobs, the people they work with, the people they serve, and their organization.
Glenn has authored several books, including the original Speaker’s Scourcebook and Speaker’s Sourcebook II.
He is a featured author in several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, as well as the editor of Braude’s Treasury of Wit & Humor and
The Complete Speaker’s & Toastmaster’s Library.
Glenn has also penned numerous articles for various professional publications.
He is known for his inspiring, enthusiastic, and dow-to-earth approach for maximizing people and organizational potential.
Glenn’s motto in life is “to live every moment of everyday to the fullest.”
His messages capture people’s attention, stir emotions, and provide practical strategies for personal and organizational growth.
Glenn specializes in leadership development, personal growth, professionalism, team building, dealing with change, and developing high-performance people.
His enthusiasm, snese of humor, and ability to deliver power-packed presentations are guaranteed to boost people performance.
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