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Speaking Topics 

Recognizing your personal greatness 

Description:  Some students don’t have any idea of what their true talents and gift are. Once a student can identify their talents and how to effectively utilize them, it  can open up a whole book of opportunities that they can take on currently and in the future. When students know how to put their selves in the best position to succeed more effectively, It  can create a healthier and more productive school environment. There is a high need for students in middle school and high school to become more self-sufficient emotionally, intellectually so they can be high performers and have a bright future. 


What students will learn:

  • How to identify their true talents and gift and feel confident about what they are good at

  • How to identify their own downfalls in a more contextual way and why their choosing to make unhealthy decisions that is holding them back from them reaching success.

  • The importance of acknowledging which environments and situations motivates them to make good choices and work harder in school.

  • How they can overcome their current obstacles through taking practical steps and finding positive outlets  

  • The importance of using the resources that are available to them more consistently

  • Were their lack of belief in themselves stems from and identifying people that will support and encourage them to do better. 

  • How to replace a bad habit/action instead of just trying to stop it

  • How to maintain healthy relationships with people in a public/private setting.

The Pinnacle Effect



As professionals, we like to think that becoming very productive and maintaining high outcomes levels are only designated for people who are lucky enough to have extreme talent. Also, it needs to be the right time or the company must have a unicorn as a leader. Even though having these 3 things could be good, these aren't just the things that are needed for a team to achieve at high levels consistently. The three C's of Peak performance are Concentration, Consequences and Celebration. Concentration is directly related to understanding what works and how to execute what works in different situations. Consequences are directly related to having a clear cause and effect to decrease the margin of error. Lastly, celebration is connected to increase human connection and levels of gratitude. In this speech, peak performance will be broken down simply and clearly. It's not as difficult as we may think. 




1. Sticking to the assignment 

2. Less over-thinking and more critical thinking 

3. Pattern recognition and adapting in changes 




1. Getting what we deserve and not what we want 

2. Healthy fear 

3. Not letting mistakes turn into problems. 



1. Killing the "this is what you are supposed to do" mentality 

2. Increasing levels of gratitude 

3. personalizing celebrations 

The Science Behind Excellent Leadership 

Leadership in the workplace can be challenging now-a-days, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be executed properly and effectively. Leadership doesn’t necessarily mean rank, position or status, But more on the hands of character, connection and work ethic. Anyone can step up and be a leader no matter what position they obtain the company as long as it’s done in the company parameters and respectfully amongst others. It’s very important to be aware of which position you can bring the most value to the company in. It takes a true leader to understand that colleagues can have different motives for wanting to work for the company. However, it takes a great leader to keep the people they’re leading directly aligned with the company’s mission, whatever that may be. Leaderships starts with understanding your colleagues through empathy, compassion and effective accountability. 


Knowing what kind of value you provide to the company  

·         How to best utilize your strengths and improve your weaknesses  

·         How to Identify which role you will play best for the company  

·         How to stay in your specific lane in order to build trust with company and your colleagues  

Knowing Your work circle  

·         How to identify what motivates your colleagues internally  

·         How to increase empathy and skillfully hold others accountable  

·         How to follow others more effectively  

Knowing how to overcome work pressure  

·         How to effectively work smarter and not harder (leaders are usually calm under pressure) 

·         Why you shouldn’t over focus on the outcome and focus on the lesson to be learned  

·         How to move on really fast from solved issues in the workplace and prevent burnout  

Creating a Remarkable Culture 



With the world becoming more open-minded and transparent, understanding the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion is at an all time high. Especially in the workplace and/or a professional setting. Before a group of individuals can make the dream work they must know how to properly implement teamwork. Not only having individuals of different backgrounds, ethnic groups, genders, sexuality and lifestyles is imperative in a professional setting, but the ability to understand how to effectively support each other is pivotal. When individuals know how to work with each other consistently despite the personal differences they may have it gives the organization the capability to increase productivity and retention rates. Mental Health challenges and high stress levels of individuals in the workplace are higher than ever because the lack of individuals feelings safe and properly supported. In Bryan's Speech he will cover three points. 1: Meeting others where they are at. 2. Words do matter & 3 .celebration over toleration. Bryan's Goal is to educated professionals on to work together more effectively, efficiently and equally. 


1. Meeting Others Where They Are At. 

 How to exemplify accepting others for who they are

 How to not force people to be what they are not presenting themselves to be. 

 How to properly acknowledge and support others differences through actions 


2. Words Do Matter


How to communicate where people will respond positively 

How to communicate to build trust despite culture & Lifestyle differences 

How to use soft skills consistently and effectively 


3. Celebration over Toleration 


How to celebrate others for being different 

How to acknowledge other strengths 

How to ensure diverse talent is well represented. 

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