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30 November 2017 Categories:
What a year it’s been! We’ve had ups and downs, and we’ve had wins and disappointments. As humans, we tend to easily take the good for granted, while sinking into anxiety, anger or even depression about the things that didn’t go our way. But there’s a remedy for that. Take a moment to close your
13 October 2017 Categories:
Growing up on a farm in the Midwest, I was raised in a Christian home and was taught the importance of hard work, Integrity and going to church and living a Christian life. And like most other people, I figured that “Family” was a term that described the people in my home and the blood
Every time I speak to a new audience, one of the things I enjoy most about the experience is getting to know the people in attendance. It starts when I to talk to the event planners and organizers before I ever set foot – or in my case, wheels – in the venue. I learn
13 June 2017 Categories:
June is National Safety month. Over the years, I’ve spoken to many companies and corporations about the importance of having a strategy for improving health and safety in the workplace, at home and everywhere you go. Teamwork on the job isn’t just for productivity – it also helps the organization as a whole stay incident
15 May 2017 Categories:
There’s nothing like having a clear goal. It provides you with something to look forward to when you need a boost. It makes your mind race with anticipation as you plan for its achievement. And it lets you be creative as you look for opportunities to ensure its success. But there’s always a trade-off… to
18 April 2017 Categories:
Kevin Saunders was the keynote motivational speaker for the Texas Association of College Technical Educators (TACTE) Conference, held in Austin, TX this past week. Kevin’s talk focused on the importance of accepting change and overcoming challenges in our work and personal lives. As in a lot of other fields, this is a critical time in
22 February 2017 Categories:
This is the story of Craig Blanchette, a fellow Olympian and Paralympian who I had the honor of competing alongside as members of Team USA during the 1980s and ‘90s. It is a story of his tremendous courage, perseverance and overcoming adversity throughout his life. Craig was born with a birth defect called Proximal femoral
I recently had the honor of speaking to employees at Chemours Company in Ingleside, TX. Chemours is a $6 billion global company and a leader in titanium technologies and other chemical solutions. They are committed to “harnessing the power of chemistry as a catalyst to help the ordinary become the extraordinary.” I arrived at the
08 January 2017 Categories:
Kevin speaking to the 2016 K-State football team at the beginning of the season Throughout my years serving as the Motivational Coach for the Kansas State University football team, I’ve had the honor of meeting and working with some very special and talented young student athletes that Coach Snyder and his staff has brought to Kansas
22 December 2016 Categories:
My wife Dora and our family would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We are very grateful for all the many blessings we have received this year! We are very thankful to have had another year of good health, happiness and steady work for us all! Thanks to
- I hope everyone is ready for the Holiday season that we’re entering into this time of year. I’m sure...
- I was fortunate to have lived the first part of my life as a normal, able-bodied person. It was in C...
- Last week, I had the privilege of meeting with employees at Par Pharmaceutical in Irvine, CA. I was ...
- This article wraps up our special 3-part series on Workplace Safety. Part I dealt with the introduct...
- For the past few decades, the primary driver behind safety improvements is coming from employers the...
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