60 Awareness

Thursday 3:00 – 4:00 PM

Session Description

Life is hectic. It moves at a faster pace each and every day. Most people are trying to do more in less time and that equals higher stress which means a less enjoyable life. Then we try to “escape” through numbing agents (drinking, excessive working, drugs, pornography, movies); anything that gets us “away” from it all.

  • How can we tap into our brains so that we increase our capacity?
  • How can we do more with less stress?
  • How can we do more with our brains, and in turn, with our selves?

There is a very proven and effective way. It is called awareness. By increasing your awareness, you increase your capacity. You increase your ability do to more things, in a better, faster manner. You are able to savor more moments, to find the joy, to keep a positive mental framework so you have more energy, and to have a greater ability to know where you are mentally and emotionally, to deal with everything better and to use your own mind as a mental vacation.
The purpose of this workshop is to tap into the incredible tool known as your brain. To become more aware of yourself, and of others, so you increase your capacity and become more effective in everything you do.

Learning Objectives

  1. Heighten your alertness so you notice more of what is going on inside your head
  2. Heighten your ability to see what is going on around you
  3. Help you better understand WHY things are happening


Frank & Rachel Keck

Frank’s interactive, humorous style encourages and challenges audiences to gain clarity, generate innovation and become engaged move to their optimal state of performance.

Audiences leave energized and focused on the challenges at hand, with an increased level of confidence and a cadre of new tools.

Frank has worked with companies such as Coca-Cola, Texas A&M, Ford, General Motors, Community Blood Center, ASTD and Kiewit.
Frank lives in Kansas City.