5 KEYS to Unlocking Your Ultimate Potential -
How to Develop Powerful Personal & Professional Life Skills Presented by Sandra W. Haymon, Ph.D

Sandra W. Haymon, Ph.D. – Presenter

Do you have a bigger life inside you dying to get out? The sad truth is if you don’t let it out it will die. When asked, most people say they know they are not living up to their full potential. When asked “Why not?” they offer a laundry list of reasons and plans for tomorrow. However, we all know that reasons are excuses and tomorrow never comes.

Every person has been given the keys to unlock their ultimate potential. However, most have either forgotten what these keys are. Or have allowed theirs to become so rusty they are no longer able to use them.The stress is tremendous.

This motivational presentation offers insight and practical skills that will inspire you to Unlock Your Ultimate Potential and Develop Powerful Personal and Professional Life Skills.

Develop the Power of F-A-I-T-H:

Using her 5 Keys model, of Fortitude, Attitude, Intuition, Trust, and Humor, Dr. Haymon will teach you how to develop the Power of F-A-I-T-H:

  • Fortitude is your resilience, courage, and determination, as well as your emotional and mental strength. Dr. Haymon will teach you how to rediscover your fortitude. This Key will empower you to take care of yourself first so that you have something of value to offer others.
  • Attitude is your internal GPS. Dr. Haymon will teach you how to set your attitude for a positive destination. This Key not only guides you, but enables you to maintain the most efficient course to your every goal.
  • Intuition is your inner voice that guides you through life, especially through confusing, chaotic, tumultuous times when your thoughts and feelings seem to be out of control. Dr. Haymon will teach you how to stay in touch with your intuition. This Key will empower you to quickly assess reality, see the big picture, reconcile your thoughts with your emotions, and stay focused on your goals.
  • Trust is having confidence in yourself, others and the process of life.  Dr. Haymon will teach you how to trust yourself, your intuitive knowing, others and your Higher Guide. This Key will empower you to exercise discernment and no longer be deceived by counterfeit objects and people.
  • Humor offsets fear and enables us gain emotional distance from unpleasant and painful conditions. Humor also helps our physical bodies maintain a sense of balance. Dr. Haymon will teach you how to transcend external circumstances, maintain balance and learn some of the greatest lessons of life that are taught by the humor of the universe.

The 5 Keys of F-A-I-T-H are the fundamental keys to overcoming obstacles, achieving goals, and reaching your full potential.Develop the Power of F-A-I-T-H:

Every person is given the key to the gates of Heaven. The same key opens the gates of hell.” (Quote from a Buddhist Monk) What is the key? The key is “agency,” the freedom to choose for ourselves.

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Dr. Sandra W. Haymon, a licensed psychologist, international speaker and author has been featured on numerous television and radio shows including ABC’s Good Morning America-Sunday and CBS’s Late, Late Night with Tom Snyder. She has presented before thousands of individuals across the globe.

Sandra wrote the very first book ever published in the U.S. on caring for aging parents. My Turn Caring for Aging Parents & Other Elderly Loved Ones-A Daughter’s Perspective (1996) and Baby Boomers—Sandwiched Between Retirement & Caregiving (2009) are based upon her personal life experiences.

Dr. Haymon earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology and Human Systems from Florida State University. While at FSU, she developed the first testing instrument that identifies workaholics (Work Attitude Scale) and conducted the first empirical research in the U.S. on work addiction. Her research has been cited in more than 20 major newspapers in the United States and Canada.