How to Achieve Greatness at Work and in Life
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 | 11:00am - 1:30pm | Georgia Aquarium
This motivational presentation consists of four major points and four action items. First, from a research study conducted with MBA students at Harvard over ten years, those who have goals make twice as much over time as those who do not. The second objective is clearing mental clutter. A person is effective when realizing “there are some things beyond my control and there are some things that are not.” Third, the process of developing a “game plan” is discussed and ways in which the participant can adhere to one that is effective. A key to performance is to get to our day and start our process as early as possible and without emotion. Last, the concept of “claiming” the vision is important in this seminar. The final action step is to leave the seminar and focus on asking for what one wants, or claiming it.
Speaker: Dr. Kevin Elko, sponsored by Merrill Lynch
Kevin Elko received his Bachelors Degree in Biology, Education and Coaching from California University of Pennsylvania where he later received the Alumni Professional Achievement Award in 2000. He then went on to West Virginia University where he received two Masters and a Doctorate and was later inducted into The West Virginia University Hall of Fame.
He went on to intern at the United States Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs. In Sports he has consulted for The Pittsburgh Steelers, The Dallas Cowboys, The Philadelphia Eagles, The Miami Dolphins, The New Orleans Saints, L.S.U. Football, The University of Miami Football, The University of Nebraska Football, Rutgers Football and The Pittsburgh Penguins. Most recently, he worked with the National Champion University of Alabama Football Team and the Superbowl Champion Green Bay Packers.
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