A body in motion stays in motion, a body at rest stays at rest. Sir Issac Newton discovered the law. Meridith Elliott Powell made it her business. If you want to be successful today, you have to keep moving. Gone are the days of long and involved planning sessions, training academies and skill development programs. You need to innovate and change while your business is growing. You need new ideas and new programs that work with your schedule. The kind that develop your team while your still producing, and the kind that provide cutting edge skills that both motivate and create results.
Give you next conference energy, passion and action! Whether you’re leading, selling, or building a new company, your success is directly related to your ability to build relationships and connect. MotionFirst can show you how to “Plug Into The Power of Connection with customized programs and keynotes all designed to make networking easier, relationships more valuable, and results flow straight to your bottom line.
Meridith’s experience has lead her to speak with organizations and companies of all sizes and industries, from small intimate audiences to those that fill an auditorium. Meridith is available for keynotes, workshops and breakout sessions
The best learning takes place far away from the classroom, and there is no better place to learn about customer service and the impact on your bottom line than paying attention to your everyday life. I am in Hawaii right now keynoting for one of my favorite clients, a financial institution that is innovative, creative and committed to taking it to the next level. We are currently working on a long-term project…Continue
This question has to rank among the top five most commonly asked questions from business development professionals. No matter whether I am doing a keynote, workshop, or one-on-one coaching, if I am speaking about business development, the question of how to “get in the door” always comes up.
Now this question is asked in a variety of ways including: “How do…Continue
If you own a business, run a corporation, or manage people, I am sure you are struggling with, among other things, getting employees motivated, focused, and engaged. It seems to be the challenge of the day with business owners and leaders. A poll recently released by Gallup estimates that the disengaged employee rate is at an all time high and is costing U.S. companies more than $450…Continue
Yes, it is true; I am a fan, a believer, a devotee of the soft skills. If it were up to me, we would update school curriculums to include the art of speaking, the skill of writing, and the science of how to engage and connect with people. Organizations and companies would have at least one-half of their training budgets devoted to leadership, networking, building relationships, and communication. The result, I believe,…Continue