You want to feel in control. You want to do more than survive ... you want to soar!
With a background in aviation as a pilot, I tell my story about engine failure at 5,000' in a 6-passenger, single engine airplane that I flew from Tacoma to Denver.
I expand the three crucial things a pilot does when faced with The Unexpected and use them to help people not only survive, but look ahead with confidence ... and soar! The takeaways:
1. Aviate - Focus on basics first
2. Navigate - Know where you are, where you want to be, and plan a bold course to get there
3. Communicate - Get feedback on your progress from sources not emotionally involved.
It's entertainment with a point! Or three.
Dennis did an outstanding job speaking at our event. I heard many people talking about it afterwards and everyone was very pleased. I heard people saying "YOU are amazing" to others all throughout our event due to Dennis's session. I would like to have him back for another event when the timing is right.
Dennis Bauer was one of our workshop Speakers at our TOPS - Take off Pounds Sensibly Washington State Recognition Days this past weekend. Dennis was motivational, humorous and easy to understand. Our members enjoyed his talk about how to handle the unexpected in life. He was prompt and visited with our members both before and after his presentation.
Response from Dennis Bauer - Author, Motivational Speaker:
Thank you, Joyce, for the wonderful review! Much appreciated!
I had a blast with you and your TOPS crowd ... a very enthusiastic and engaged audience. And thank you for helping at the book signing table. People were lining up before I could even get there!
I'm glad I was able to contribute to the overall impact of the event.
"Dennis Bauer is a 'by God spellbinder'-- but not in the way that the rascally Harold Hill was in The Music Man. He's the full-meal deal. From Bauer's first sentence, he had everyone enthralled. His 'Aviate, Navigate, Communicate' message works wonders in every realm--not just miles high over Colorado with "EMPTY" splashed across the gas gauge! I've been following Dennis's lead for a couple weeks now and business is picking up; my "gas gauge" is no longer running on empty. You will be delighted, transfixed, and transformed. Don't miss your chance to learn from one of the best speakers and life/business coaches I've ever had the pleasure to hear."
Price Range: $5,000 - 10,000
Gig Length: 30 - 60 minutes
27-SECOND FACT SHEET
(go ahead... time it!)
WHO: From climbing mountains to teaching people to fly, from sailing on Puget Sound to starting three businesses, Dennis Bauer is an expert at showing you how to grab the reins when The Unexpected happens.
WHAT: Funny and energetic keynote speech with a powerful message served up in three highly effective strategies for taking charge and for responding when The Unexpected happens.
WHEN: To open or close your meeting, conference, convention or event with a memorable blast!
WHERE: Any organization or association where there is change, stress or living human beings who are trying to accomplish something.
WHY: To blend in perfectly with meeting themes of change, leadership, management, sales, customer service and personal development. A targeted message for business and professional audiences of all kinds.
HOW: Hilarious stories and engaging examples that empower three timeless principles, centered around the three words Dennis recalled from his flight instructor the day he ran out of fuel while flying a private plane over northern Colorado.
Little known facts about Dennis Bauer:
Favors root beer floats
Favors Peanut M&Ms
Needs dance lessons
Built the first Boeing 767 (not by himself)
Has 2 golden retrievers named Sailor and Glee
Caught a steelhead with a flower
Crossed the Atlantic on WWII ship, USS Randall, as a boy, then lived in London for 3 years
Climbed Mt. St. Helens 5 times before it erupted. Climbed Mt. Rainier. After it erupted (like, 150 years after)
Additional Booking Notes
1. STAGE: A raised platform that is sufficiently high for back-row audience members to see well is a must. Prefer at least 10’ minimum width, though I’ll work with what you have.
2. SOUND: Wireless lavaliere microphone required. Be sure mic has fresh batteries and that extra batteries are available nearby.
3. LIGHTING: A well-lit platform or stage.
4. AMBIENCE: Please, no eating (or serving or clearing) during the presentation.
5. VIDEO: If the presentation is videotaped, I require the original (and the rights to it) after you make your copies.
Past Booked Events
|October 23, 2017 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm||Convention/Trade Show|
|June 03, 2016 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm||Convention/Trade Show|
|April 14, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Salem, OR|
|April 13, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Kennewick, WA|
|February 23, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Bothell WA|
|February 17, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Portland, OR|
|February 02, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Longview, WA|
|January 30, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Tacoma, WA|
|January 20, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Bellevue, WA|
|January 04, 2016 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Longview, WA|
|October 24, 2015 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm||Pendleton, OR|
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