Turbocharging Your Time
We’ve all felt the pain of procrastination, crippling perfectionism, and unfulfilled goals. We juggle so many things in our multitasking only to find that we’re not any further along than we thought we would be. In this keynote presentation, Dr. Joe highlights fundamental misunderstandings about time, multitasking, procrastination, and perfectionism that are keeping people from fulfilling their potential, underperforming at work, and failing to meet goals. After this presentation, your audience won’t look at time the same way.
Positive Interaction with Difficult People
In a funny, thought-provoking, and inspirational presentation, Dr. Joe demonstrates how to turn difficult people around—creating an ally instead of an adversary—and what to do when the difficult person can’t be changed or persuaded. He showcases embarrassing mistakes and tremendous victories, falling on his face as well as turning around the most intractable people. Dr. Joe’s stories and insights will impart powerful lessons your audience will remember for a lifetime.
Be An Inspired Leader!
This high-energy, highly interactive, and motivational keynote explores the core of leadership and creates a roadmap your audience can use to become more inspired and inspiring to others. Dr. Joe infuses his presentation with humor, music, and a surprise or two. His talk includes what he learned from a Soviet General, a harmonica, and that time he bombed in front of his first audience. This is the perfect keynote to use to kick off a conference or as the first presentation after lunch to keep your audience energized, excited, and engaged.
Dr. Joe Serio will deliver a unique, high-energy, high-interaction keynote presentation on leadership that will have audience members telling you it's the best event they've ever been to! He tells incredible stories, plays music, shows crazy family photos, and will have your audience cracking up while they get inspired.
“I enjoyed your presentation—it had a big impact on me and what I believe about myself. I plan on making no more excuses for myself and will be all I can be in not only my career but every aspect of my life. I met with my highest two managers yesterday and told them about a new direction for my office and some big things that we are going to accomplish. They were very excited about it.”
— Jeff May, McKinney, TX