If you know Jim's great judgment, then you need to register for the forthcoming seminar...March 26th. You have a choice, morning or afternoon session (visit www.kituku.com for more information).
This what Jim said:
"BSU’s own Kellen Moore, the winningest quarterback in college football history, was also a featured speaker at this event. What a joy it was to hear from such a humble young man who is wise beyond his years."
Here are some points to ponder that Jim captured:
"...Don’t believe what the tests and formulas say. Kellen read that the ideal QB would be 6’3” or taller, run the 40 yard dash under 4.6 seconds, have a rocket arm, etc. Kellen has none of these characteristics but went on to break NCAA quarterback records.
When the opportunity presents itself, be ready. Kellen’s goal for every game was to be the best prepared quarterback on the field. He might not be the fastest, the one with the strongest arm, or the tallest, but he could be the best prepared.
A balanced life is critical to success. You have to be able to get away from football or your job. Find balance in life by being present in all you do. When Kellen is at home he is there 100%. When he is at practice or playing a game, he is on the field 100%."
There are limited scholarships, full and partial, for people who want to attend the Kellen Moore and Dr. Vincent Kituku event, How to Increase Productivity, Overcome Setbacks and Stay Motivated Without Leaving Your Life Behind to be held at the Riverside Hotel in March 26th. The scholarships ($69/person for adults and $39 for students) if registered before March 17th) are for both women and men professionals and given out on first come, first serve basis by calling (208) 376-8724. Information about the scholarships is not online.
Here is how Jim summed up his memorable experience..
"How refreshing it was to hear from such a bright and genuinely nice human being as Kellen Moore and to be motivated by Dr. Vincent Kituku, one of the most sought- after business inspirational speakers. We are so blessed to have these two gems in our community."
"Allow me to make a comment, only someone with courage and determination to change their world can ask for help," Vincent said. "Asking for help is a sign of strength."
The seminar covers topics such as America’s uniqueness and how to take advantage of it; 9 actions that will make failing a non-option; How to manage perpetual workplace changes; The 7 must have ‘Spears to Overcome Buffaloes’ at work and in life; How to turn ordinary actions into extraordinary results at work and in life and How involvement in your community is related to your professional, spiritual and personal success.
There two sessions to choose from--Morning Session (Time: 8:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m.) and Afternoon Session
Time: 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. To learn more about seminar, visit www.kituku.com or call (208) 376-8724.