TALKS & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Starting from Scratch is not happening only early in one's career or when one starts a new job.
Starting from Scratch is a mindset, the ability to reinvent yourself and learn to adjust and grow from a change.
A change you invited into your life or one that happened to you.
YOUR JOURNEY TO STARTING FROM SCRATCH
Keynote, Off-sites, Online Events
Thought-provoking and inspirational presentation of the Starting from Scratch six-step model and featured inspiring stories covered in the book.
READY, SET, START FROM SCRATCH
Team Building, Off-sites, Workshops
Practice the "Starting from Scratch" six-step model. The focus will be on selected steps from the model and will cover inspiring stories, methodology, and practice exercises engaging attendees in learning, growth, and taking action.
THE STARTING FROM SCRATCH MINDSET
Podcast Guesting, Panels
What does Starting from Scratch mean?
Featured stories of people Starting from Scratch (mentioned in the book).
Why and when to Start from Scratch?
What do you believe is holding back people from Starting from Scratch?
How a Starting-From-Scratch mentality can save one from an unnecessary resignation.
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Use these pages to practice the Starting from Scratch six-step model
This is a great summarizing exercise to write your goals, the names of your personal board of directors members, the baggage you decided to let go of, things you commit to learning and more
BOARD OF DIRECTORS PLANNING
Use this exercise to brainstorm who and how to connect with new members for your board of directors.
BUILDING YOUR RESILIENCE
It's not always easy to know what to do when not all goes as planned. Here's a framework to help you replenish those mental and physical reserves.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN TODAY?
Commit to learning a topic of your interest or close a skill gap and use this exercise to list all relevant resources.
LET GO OF THAT BAGGAGE
A perfect exercise for mindset shift making you a victor not a victim.
ARE YOU DONE
When you identify a Spark it's important you don't throw all your work away. This exercise is key to making some objective decisions.