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Speakers about habitual thinking (5)

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Annicken R. Day

Corporate culture specialist and successful CEO with a unique passion for creating a good work environment

travels from Norway

Keynote speaker Annicken R. Day is a successful speaker, corporate culture expert and the CEO of Corporate Spring. She is an experienced and professional public speaker with a great passion for creating joy at work. With a creative mind but...

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Torben Wiese

Best-selling author, motivational expert and habit manager motivating companies and individuals to change their habits

travels from Denmark

Keynote speaker Torben Wiese is a dedicated speaker that makes everybody want to break their habits and bend fish (be present, think as leaders and use the present moment valuably) to reach higher goals. Torben has more than 30 years experience on...

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Peter Bregman

Leadership expert, author and consultant advising CEOs and senior leaders at the world’s premier organizations

travels from USA

The keynote speaker Peter Bregman is an advisor to CEOs and senior leaders at the world’s premier organizations, Peter Bregman offers surprisingly practical ideas that immediately impact the way people approach their work and their lives,...

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Terry Paulson

Psychologist and change expert who is a leading authority on change management helping people to break through

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Terry Paulson's motivating message is exactly what people need to get past the uncertainty and indecision of these challenging times to make change work. You get a fired up audience. More importantly, you'll see people implement what...

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Tumi Frazier

Acclaimed change expert with a mission to motivate, inspire and empower young women, men and entrepreneurs

travels from South Africa

Our South African speaker Tumi Frazier is a passionate woman with a mission to inspire, motivate and help. She is involved with numerous projects and programs aimed at empowering and helping young women, men and entrepreneurs. She is a change expert...

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About Habitual Thinking

  • Habitual thinking is a term used mostly in the negative sense, to signal people caught in the same old habits, unable to really move on.
  • Habitual thinking can be constricting because old habits will close the door on new ideas, new thoughts, new ways of doing things.
  • Worst case scenario habitual thinking can mean the end of a company, an artistic career or, for that matter, friendships or live affairs.
  • Keynote speakers on habitual thinking take a closer look at the nature of habitual thinking and on how to break the rule of old habits.
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