Focus on the good stuff and improve continuing education productivity

Thu, Sep 26,2013 @ 03:15 PM
by Kathryn Lynch-Morin |

Mike RobbinsHow often do you focus on what's going wrong, instead of what's going right?

Mike Robbins, author of "Focus on the Good Stuff," and "Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken," speaker and personal development expert, thinks it's about time people start focusing on the good stuff.

As the opening keynote speaker at LERN's Annual Conference, Nov. 21-23 in San Francisco, Robbins will share how, when people "Focus on the Good Stuff," they can enhance engagement and productivity through the power of appreciation. 

The teamwork and emotional intelligence expert also will share how appreciation impacts team morale and overall success. 

His motivational keynotes and seminars provide practical strategies that inspire people and teams to bring out the best in themselves and others; and generate measurable results.

Robbins has given keynote addresses to companies such as Google, Gap, the San Francisco Giants, the U.S. Department of Labor and Twitter, among many others. He has been featured on ABC News, the Oprah radio network, in Forbes, the Washington Post and many others. He is a regular contributor to and the Huffington Post. 

Robbins is one of four superstars speaking at this year's LERN Conference. He joins content marketing expert Michael Weiss of figure18, inbound marketing expert Brooke Freedman of HubSpot, and Robert Stephens, an Internet pioneer and founder of the Geek Squad. 

If you haven't registered for the LERN Annual Conference, there's still time. Click here to download the brochure, see the schedule and the lineup of expert speakers and session leaders. 

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