Funny Motivational Women's Speaker!
Are you addicted to stress?
Passion Fatigue? Women are passionate about so many things and the Workplace is just one of them. In today's world there are multiple issues and stresses to deal with on a daily basis. Plates are not only full but women probably bought, prepared and washed the food that goes on it!
One of America’s most popular Women’s business speakers, Diana Jordan, is guaranteed to make your event an enormous success and you a hero for hiring her! As a woman who knows the importance of dealing with stress she also knows how it can affect our work, our health, and our relationships in and out of the office. A few examples of what Diana covers in this Presentation are how important it is that women support other women in these very turbulent times. She also adds useful tools to help us cope with today’s demands and demonstrates that humor can be used as a coping mechanism and icebreaker to help build relationships and teamwork.
Once people start to laugh at irrational thinking patterns (which we all have) new thinking patterns can be adopted. Warning! This Presentation is fun, exciting, interactive and guaranteed to leave everyone laughing and filled with hope and a better sense of well-being.
Diana is a ten-year breast cancer survivor and also delivers an important healthcare message. ‘Women seem to put themselves last. Put your oxygen mask on first. You can’t help or love others unless you take care of yourself first. Be proactive with your health.’
What makes Diana a different kind of women’s motivational speaker is how she uses a big twist of humor to deliver her takeaway tools and motivation. Her major in Psychology at the University of Oklahoma shines through as she uses her unique ability to make even the most mundane and stressful situations funny. You will understand why Oprah calls Diana, “One of the funniest people on the planet!” Laughing and finding our inner sense of humor is certainly something we could all use more of. As well as being a motivational speaker for women’s conferences, Diana Jordan is an author, entrepreneur, CEO, and advocate for women’s health and Business Achievement. The combination of these passions along with her experience as an Internationally Certified Laughter Therapist makes for a dynamic Presentation.
Why is laughter is so important to our health and well-being? Learn why. Why is humor so important to productivity? Why is just a simple smile important to bonding employees and diffusing difficult situations? Diana also gives her unique and hilarious perspective on the world of women including the changing responsibilities, workplace stress, relationship stress, social media pressure, and even menopause and dealing with ageism.
“The hustle brings the dollar, the experience brings the knowledge. The persistence brings the success.
“ A successful woman is one who can build a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at her…”
On the funny side: Women still live in a time where we could question, “Why is it that so many things that are painful to a woman begin with the male gender? Men-o-pause, Men-struation, His-terectomy, Guy-necology, Men-tal illness, Him-rroids…” Welcome to the fun-filled motivational and educational world of Diana Jordan who as an Internationally Certified Laughter Therapist makes for a dynamic Presentation!
Keynote Objectives: (or can be tailored to your event)
- Passion stress - How to deal with it without losing your mind.
- Secrets to being fearless in life and business.
- The health benefits of laughing and making the choice to “light-up!” and incorporate humor in your life and work
- How to find your funny by using a “Giggle box” and how to make one. (A Dr. Oz favorite)!
- How to use laughter therapy as exercise and lose weight.
- How laughter brings people together and improves interpersonal relationships.
- How to use humor to diffuse potentially bad situations.
- Delivers statistics of how humor bonds people, increases work performance, reduces absenteeism and encourages creativity in the workplace.
- Diana uses personal experiences to describe how a sense of humor can be a learned and applied behavior.
- Let Diana empower your audience to use laughter to cope with stress, change, and burnout.