3/12/2018 – Thinking Big, Starting Small: Designing Life Plans for Yourself and Your Clients with Lee Silber

As coaches, our job is to help people do more, be more, and have more. Usually, this requires our clients to take at least one step outside of their comfort zone. This session is about how we can all push ourselves to make positive changes that stick by thinking big but starting small.

We’ll go through over two dozen unique and different ways to be comfortable with being uncomfortable, and help our clients do the same. By the end of the presentation, you’ll be able to impress clients with a perfect solution for each of their individual sticking points and not only show you understand their fears, but have just what they need.

This presentation is about how you can help coach others, and the innovative ideas may prove helpful to you, too. Lee will show you his new and different way to design life plans that are visual and flexible, and portable. He will share how he uses his clever decision-making deck to help people make better choices, and much more.

Benefits from this session:

  • Small things people can do for immediate results and that over time will make a big difference
  • Tangible tools to help clients have a plan for the future and make better decisions in the present
  • Clever techniques and ideas for clients to feel the fear, but take action anyway

About Lee Silber

Lee Silber is a former competitive surfer and surf shop owner who became the best-selling author of 22 books including: Organizing From The Right Side Of The Brain and The Wild Idea Club. He appeared on The Leeza Gibbon’s Show, was featured in USA Today, and has appeared on CNN, U.S. News, and World Report. As an award-winning international presenter, Lee gets audiences to think, laugh, and act with a whole-brain approach to training so the lessons are learned and remembered.

His clients include the San Diego Padres, Lucent, Qualcomm, GE, GM, HP, Proctor and Gamble, Johnson and Johnson and eBay. He walks his talk and does what he tells others to do. Happily married for 24 years, he enjoys quality time with their two young sons. As a coach of youth sports including baseball, football, and basketball, has never had a losing season and took his football team to the City-Wide Championship game in 2017. AND… he’s a musician who plays around town with his band and has recorded his own album of original songs.

Date, Time, and Location

Monday, March 12, 2018 •

8:30am-12 Noon

DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management 2nd Floor,

Becker Meeting Room #204 2655 Camino Del Rio North, San Diego, CA 92108

Non-Members $25 at the door. First Time Guests are Free. SanDiegoCoaches.org