Fee Range: B
Mark McKeon lives the life most of us dream about. He is Australia's leading work-life balance writer and speaker, runs his own company which provides conference, training and coaching services to organizations around the world, but still works only 20hrs per week, and takes 10 weeks annual holiday. Hard to believe? Well believe it!
Mark has been able to achieve this by becoming the master of his own time. He spent 18 years in the AFL as a player, Fitness Coach and Motivator including 5 years with the Victorian State of Origin Team. He acted as Collingwood's Runner for over 250 games, and at age 41 he was a member of the winning team in inaugural AFL Triathlon.
He is Consulting Editor for both Australian and UK editions of Ultra-Fit Magazine and is the author of 2 successful books, 'Everyday Counts' and 'Work a Little Less, Live a Little More.' He is also a regular magazine and newspaper columnist.
Mark helps you to exceed expectations at your conference or meeting. He will entertain, challenge and show people how to create time for themselves and then use that time to enhance their work life balance.
Mark's topics include:
Stress is NOT the problem.
How to Create Time
The Leadership Ladder
The Third C in Success
Mark's 'Third C in Success' keynote differs greatly from an overcoming adversity or survival against the odds theme, rather it is a practical, funny and inspirational guide to becoming more successful in your life, whatever your industry or life stage.
The 45-60 minute keynote has 3 phases. The first is to explain what makes Mark successful (Mark's favourite part!). The second is for each member of the audience to picture what success would be for them and the final stage is to use the 3Cs formula to make it reality. Full of Mark's trademark humour, engaging style and anecdotes from the world of sport and business, 'The Third C in Success' is a great open or close for any conference or event.
By the way, can you guess and do you use the 3Cs in your life?
'It was fantastic. The hour passed before I knew it. I could have listened to Mark all night'.