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Date(s) - Thursday, January 22, 2015
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Potawatomi Hotel


Featuring: Harvey Goldberg

“Mastering Triggers – Understanding What Makes You Tick and What Ticks You Off”


Presidents, CEOs and Business Owners who want to learn about the TEC concept are invited to take part in an issues session, listen to an excellent speaker, Harvey Goldberg and network with some fellow peers. TEC members have confidence in their decisions, are strong in the face of adversity and lead growing organizations.

This event is an opportunity for TEC members to bring/send a guest who would benefit from learning more about TEC membership. Due to the confidential issue session involved, please send only the chief decision maker of the company.

If you bring/send a potential candidate for TEC membership you will receive $25.00 gift card to Starbucks.


About the presentation:

People are creatures of habit. This program’s main objective is to help people build new habits so that they will be able to both reach and sustain high levels of performance and develop more effective coping skills in the face of rapid change.  We live in a rapidly changing world.  If we approach new innovations with old ways of thinking, then we end up superimposing our old outdated models on new experiences resulting in an inability to grow with the changes.  It is pivotal to be mentally agile, strong, and prepared.


In our study of extraordinary performers we have identified four characteristics they have in common contributing to their mental fitness: disciplined focus, accelerated learning, triggered state recovery and the “E” Factor. These characteristics can be translated into a specific skill set that can be demonstrated, learned, practiced and incorporated.  These skills may be learned through daily practice.

Value to Participants: This inspiring and informative hands-on presentation offers participants a working knowledge of several different mental fitness skills. They will learn:

  •  The art of disciplined focus and positive mental rehearsal
  •  A new approach to giving and receiving effective feedback that  inspires accelerated growth 


Sponsored by:

Clifton Larson Allen



TEC Experience Workshop - Wausau