You’re a young parent, a nationally-recognized performance artist and you’ve just been handed a virtual death sentence. What do you do next?
You gather your courage (and some you didn’t know you had) … you fight … you suffer … you persevere … you triumph. Then, you reach out to support others … you speak about the experience … and you inspire countless lives.
Today, Eva delivers speeches and programs around the world focused on motivating, inspiring and changing the way people think about their health, their lives and their careers. She shares with audiences how:
Eva is a rare gem that represents all three key aspects of a great speaker. She shares heart-felt stories, has a strong stage presence and provides relevant messages. She will have your audience forgetting about the clock on the wall.
Two years ago, after my lecture for the National Oral Health Conference in Huntsville Alabama, I grabbed some dinner at the hotel restaurant. When I went to pay my bill, the server told me it was taken care of. I inquired by whom. I walked over to the ‘lady over there.’ Shelly Spoeth, currently a […]
“We were engaged 35 years ago, but never married. Now, we are engaged again,” explained the couple sitting at the next table at the restaurant. I started talking to them when the server rolled the cooking table over with the ingredients to prepare my favorite dessert in the world, bananas foster, which is served flaming. […]
When I meet a person, I’m anxious to know their story. What do they stand for? How has their life experience shaped them? I met Samantha through this article in Business Insider and her story is worth telling. She is a professional hugger. She hugs people for $60/hour and makes $7200 a month. Soon she […]
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