All of us have had moments when we’ve excelled—succeeded seemingly without effort, performed superbly and gracefully—times when we’ve hit the mark. Yet we’re not always sure how it all came together, how it happened, or whether we can make it happen again.
Excellence is not a matter of ability, knowledge, or practice. It cannot be taught, imposed, or wished into existence. Excellence is a matter of the stand we are and the stand we take—a stand that allows for performance that surpasses what was previously possible, performance that defies old limits and maps new territory. This seminar is for people who are up to having excellence as a baseline from which they can keep moving and extending the boundaries of what they know is possible.