1. The Last 4 hours of youR life!
How do you want to be remembered? Were you the best spouse, parent or person you could have been? In the last four hours of your life, what matters most? Living life for those last four hours will change your life. John Neyland can help you figure out what matters most to you.
2. Pivot Points for Positive change.
Learn to never let a negative situation make you feel stuck or stopped. You can make positive movements forward in your life if you never allow an obstructive instance to control you.
3. Collective momentum!
To get where you want to be in life, you must align your energy to move faster and more efficiently. Take control of your thought process and stay focused on your life goals. If you have a dream, make it happen by using your collective momentum to propel you into the future you want.
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For the past two decades John has addressed groups of all sizes, nationwide. John speaks at universities, conventions, meetings, corporate gatherings, churches, civic groups and other venues. His speeches are tailored to each individual group, but always focus on the following themes:
Identifying personal strengths
The importance of dreaming bigger
Personal pivot points
Achieving a better life
Reprogramming non-productive thought patterns
In addition to speaking to groups, John is available to meet one-on-one with attendees who are interested in personal and professional mentoring. John also teaches “NO LIMITS” classes aimed at helping people reach beyond limits within themselves. These classes are designed to give people the skills they need to deal with personal and professional issues, such as stress, problem solving, budgeting, preparing for interviews, career planning, interpersonal communication, body language, and presentation skills. The focus of these classes is to help people dream bigger and accomplish more. Classes can be tailored to the needs of individual groups or businesses.
Courage is looking beyond the fear
“If you dream within the boundaries of what you think you can do, or what other people tell you you can do, that’s not a dream. That’s a nightmare,” John says. “Ask yourself, what would it be like to get to your last four hours of life full of regrets? We’re taught fear all the time; we need to be taught courage. Courage is looking beyond the fear at hand and look at the dividend to be had, that’s courage.”