- Cajun Humorist: Never Kiss An Alligator On The Lips!
- Take Positive Risks
- Winning Attitudes
- The Human Side of Quality
- You Only Go Around Once
- The Art of Leadership
- Believe in Yourself: The ABC’s of Self-Esteem
Curt Boudreaux, M.Ed. has inspired people across the country to explore and reach the fullness of their potential.
Through his writings and personal presentations, he has empowered thousands to become more productive as individuals–and as team members.
What Curt has to say can change your life. His insights are original. The principles he teaches are practical. His presentation is dynamic. His humor brings freshness and accessibility to his message of motivation.
Curt has enlightening things to say to you and your group.
Never Kiss An Alligator On The Lips! – An entertaining talk, it centers on Cajun humor featuring the legendary stories of Boudreaux, the Cajun. It includes some “you might just be a Cajun if” thoughts and is ideal for banquets and after dinner humor.
The ABC’s of Self-Esteem – Attitude, belief in self and confidence are discussed and their relation to self-esteem.
The Keys To Unlocking Your Potential – The focus of this talk is to dream big dreams, believe in yourself and take positive risks and corresponds to my audio tape. It is practical as well as inspirational and encourages participants to be all they can be.
The Human Side of Quality – This talk addresses improving the individual or employee through personal and interpersonal development as opposed to technical skills. The essence of self-esteem, human relations and communications are discussed and shown how they are related and can increase productivity.
You Only Go Around Once – An inspirational talk designed to encourage individuals “to go for it!’ Rising above temporary defeat, being inspired, having courage and a zest for living are among the issues presented. It is laced with liberal doses of humor and anecdotes and is highly motivational.
The Art of Leadership – Effective leadership is crucial in many aspects of personal and professional life. Insights for improving leadership skills are viewed with an eye on qualities of a leader, leadership practices, myths and realities and the leader versus the non-leader.
Winning Attitudes – As much as eighty-five percent of a person’s success can be attributed to attitude. Participants come to grips with the importance of believing in yourself, having self-confidence, setting-goals, and having high expectations. Possession of these attitudes can propel each person into the winner’s circle.
Books by Curt A. Boudreaux, M.Ed.