Graduating from college and starting your career should be a great milestone, yet for many it is the beginning of what appears to be a downward spiral. Kenya sheds light on how to navigate the quarterlife crisis.
Daniel Cloy has defied tremendous physical and mental obstacles in his life, and through them gained a unique and powerful mentality and program to overcome adversity, including some crafty devices and a powerful mindset.
Addiction is a tough, very personal topic for Benjamin. This globally recognized artist shares how he’s harnessed this emotional struggle to deliver vivid commentaries. About Benjamin Benjamin has dual degrees in art and business from Westmont College in California. After completing his degrees, he returned to his home state of South Carolina and worked as
Precious presents a fresh, insightful spin on a simple, straightforward concept. Her emotional story and step-by-step advice will set you on fire! About Precious Precious is a powerhouse life speaker with the ability to captivate the soul of an audience with thought provoking messages that are sure to ignite change. She is a mother, life
In a search for her biological parents, this writer/teacher discovers a serenity in releasing the world around her from her own behavioral presumptions. Heather Marshall begins by telling us a story of her Scottish birth parents — they were young, too young for the age, and without options other than to give her up for
With a glance inside her life, her humor, and her heart, Roxy asks us to unmake our minds about stereotypes that restrict our ability to love our neighbors as ourselves. A buxom drag queen and native of Greenville, she performs for the first time in her home town. Dressed in a full length, provocative, hot-red
Simple, profound truths are the realm of this Buddhist nun. Her message? The gift of happiness truly lies within our own hearts and minds. Gen Kelsang Nyema, exuding a peacefulness that immediately connects with the audience, starts by asking three questions: Are you having a good day? Why? Tomorrow, would you rather have a good
A poetic, illuminating twist on family relationships, Chauncey Beaty’s talk may just spur an insightful, more deeply rewarding bond with your own parents. This life coach and poet shares a story of moving back home as an adult to live with her mother, forcing the two to confront all their residual baggage. She introduces us
I moved to Greenville from Atlanta in 2007 with my husband Jeff Worsham. Having been Art Director for Showcase Marketing and Business Black Box magazine for the last 5 years, I am taking time away from work to focus on my family after welcoming our second daughter into the world in 2013. Aside from being
TimTv. That cool refreshing drink. Timeless & yet still anachronistic. About TimTV Born in a small shoebox on the side of a less-traveled road, this dimly lit bulb of a boy grew up flickering under the weight of the incessant flow of verbal rust and spiritual snow. Luckily, the heroes of truth and fiction; the
Do what you can, while you can. Clemson football great Perry Tuttle is slowly losing his sight. In preparation, he asked each of his children what they would like him to see them do before he lost his sight. His advice is powerful and meaningful. Celebrating meaningful relationships and life markers. Perry shares his intentional
Are you stuck in your life? Using the principles of Ki-Aikido, focus your energy to become unstuck in your life and work. About David David Shaner is the Principal at CONNECT LLC Performance Development Consultants and is Herring Professor of Asian Studies and Philosophy Emeritus at Furman University. He is the author, co-author, or series