Randy offers three programs which can be tailored to high school, college, or business audiences.
Becoming Your Own Best Friend
This is a recipe for success at work, at home, and for life in general. Following these guidelines, you will achieve healthier relationships, less stress, more productivity, less self-criticism, and an overall happier life. Randy understands that 90% of the obstacles we have in our lives come from within. In his years as a therapist and life coach, he discovered a method of teaching people how to overcome the barriers that get in the way of their success. This program outlines a practical method to discard self-criticism and begin to accomplish your goals in an easier and more confident manner.
If We’re All Quarterbacks: Who’s Going To Catch The Ball?
Each member of your team has value. Everyone has strengths that contribute to the success of your company, organization, or club. But those strengths come in different forms. This program explores the elements of working together as a team and how to optimize each member’s ability effectively. This program also includes an exercise that will help each member of your team see their value from the eyes of their colleagues. It’s really powerful and leaves audience members feeling empowered, more confident, and happier to be a part of their team.
Party With A Plan
For college students, alcohol and other drug use contributes to over 25% of expulsions, failed tests, and legal issues. For businesses, this is the elephant in the boardroom. According to a CDC report, American businesses lose over $134 billion per year due to lost productivity in relation to alcohol and other drugs. Over 15% of American workers say that they were impaired in their work because of alcohol at least once in the past year. Knowing how and when to say something is difficult.
This program outlines a researched based formula to lower the risk of problems associated with alcohol. The term “responsible drinking” has no validity since it can be defined in so many different ways. Randy’s program clarifies the difference between low risk and high risk drinking and gives audience members a concrete way to determine whether alcohol is an issue that needs to be addressed.
You can find Randy’s book here,
Party with a Plan