Take advantage of changeTM

Halfway Goal

Big goals can be scary and it is easy to turn back if you’re just starting out. Picture a long hike over uneven ground, you cannot see the destination only what you must traverse in order to get there at some point in the future. When you first start out, there is more in front of you than behind and because of that you can easily turnaround convincing yourself you never intended to venture on.

Instead of striving to reach the end, the goal you need to strive for is really the halfway point. Once you arrive at the halfway point it will be equally challenging to retreat as it will be to keep moving forward. Once you appreciate the accomplishments you have already achieved it can spur you to accomplish more.

Work to get Halfway and then Plan to Finish. YOU Got This!

Business moves

too fast

to be scripted.”

Jennifer Spear

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Rave Reviews

“Jennifer is a complete professional who is a joy to work with.

I now have her on speed-dial.”
Bettyanne Sherrer, CMP, CMM

Principal, ProPlan Conferences & Events Planner, VIPlane

“As our keynote, Jennifer was outstanding in connecting with our employees and inspiring them to embrace change and be ready for the unexpected.”
Joanne Lafreniere

Director, Employee Technology Experience & Communications, BMO Financial Group

“…I walked out of the session with several solutions to a problem that had kept me awake the night before. How many times does your Monday morning start out like that?”
Allan Dubyts, CEO

SafeandSecured.com Inc

“Not only does Jennifer provide memorable, informative sessions, but she has audiences laughing, standing, and participating at an unprecedented level.”
Danielle Lamothe, Director Professional Services (former)

Institute for Performance and Learning (formerly CSTD)

“Jennifer delivers not only a keynote presentation, but an experience for participants with tools they can use in their work environment.”
Irene Martin-Lindsay, Executive Director

Alberta Seniors Communities and Housing Association (ASCHA)

“Regardless of the space or time constrictions we may have placed upon her, Jennifer was able to adapt her content to our audience and our event while still managing to deliver superior results.”
Danielle Lamothe, Director Professional Services (former)

Institute for Performance and Learning (formerly CSTD)