We are pleased to have Ray Pons speaking at the Toronto ExecuNet Meeting on February 24, 2010.
“You were created to achieve excellence; there is greatness within you, waiting for you to find it!” Ray Pons
“Finding Your Way To Greatness”
“Positive thinking doesn’t always work – but stinkin’ thinkin’ never fails.” Ray Pons
In this funny, uplifting and encouraging keynote Ray will help you identify obvious or subtle habits of stinkin’ thinkin’ and FUDS, Fears, Uncertainties, Doubts, Suspicions. You will leave with a stronger, more strategic mindset, empowered and energized to make the move to greatness, fulfillment of your greatness potential.
Ray Pons is an uplifting, no-nonsense, genuine speaker delivering inspiring messages of hope on the wings of laughter to encourage organizations and people to find their way to greatness – greatness in business and greatness in life.
Ray was born into a working class family close to Liverpool, England growing up in the baby-boom era of the Beatles and Merseybeat music. He arrived in Canada at age 23 with no job, no connections and no real prospects but what he did have was a desire for a better life. His experience includes sales manager, life insurance broker, reinsurance executive and owner of several small businesses, some great successes…some great crash-and-burn “learning experiences”. As a keynote speaker and business coach, Ray speaks on issues of personal leadership, strategic thinking and performance excellence.
Ray’s humorous and thought-provoking presentation will make you laugh, make you think and touch your heart. Authentic and believable, both onstage and off, his straightforward style will engage those in attendance with inspiring, meaningful, moving stories encouraging us all to never give up on our pursuit of a better tomorrow and never settle for less than greatness and fulfillment of our greatness potential.
Ray is the author of “Finding My Way – And How You Can Find Yours” and an eBook, “Small Business Success – Seven essential keys to start, grow & sustain a small business.”
To register go to Toronto ExecuNet.