The Grateful Dad®
Daily Gratitude is Key to Success and Happiness
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- The Grateful Dad’s Guide to Family Harmony
- Business Success including Time, Stress and Change Management
THANKS GIVING: MAKING GRATITUDE YOUR GREATEST ASSET
A Business Case for Gratitude & How to Make Every Day A Grateful Day
Gratitude can change a bad day and make it better, and take a good day and make it great. For anyone who seeks to make the most of each day, an ‘attitude of gratitude’ can make all the difference. Join Doug Gertner, The Grateful Dad®, to learn why and how to ‘have a grateful day.’ This interactive keynote provides hands-on experience to appreciate and document all that there is to be grateful for on a daily basis, with tools, techniques and exercises to plug-in and pump up gratitude on-purpose and in practice. You’ll use The Grateful Dad’s Journal of Gratitude, and other resources to begin to celebrate all that’s going right, and start to multiply and manifest more of the good stuff everyday. Doug’s stories and experience make a powerful business and personal case for recognizing and harnessing the power of gratitude, and he’ll show exactly how a ‘year of living gratefully’ transformed his life and how it’ll help you too!
WHO IS THE GRATEFUL DAD?
Doug Gertner is The Grateful Dad. Doug Gertner, Ph.D., is an educator, author, blogger, broadcaster, consultant and activist whose professional career includes service to higher education, non-profit, small business, corporate, independent, organizational, men’s issues, and fatherhood consulting. Doug earned his doctorate from University of Northern Colorado, his masters degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, and his bachelors degree from Kenyon College. He has taught at ten colleges and universities in Colorado and Wyoming, lectured, published, and consulted widely in the area of gender studies. As the founder and principal of Emu Consulting, Doug delivers training, teambuilding, and facilitation for a list of premiere clients. As The Grateful Dad he brings a laid-back, rock-n-roll wisdom to the topic of dads and dudes, including his top tips, quick quips, skills, stories, exercises, and activities to reflect on our own lives and bring gratitude to every situation. Doug and his partner Maggie Miller are parents of a teenage son, Jordan. Doug hosts The Grateful Dad Radio Hour every Monday at 1:00 p.m. MT on www.MileHiRadio.com
Fee Range: $2500-$4000
To book Doug, please contact Denver Speakers Bureau at (303) 478-6652