Trained by Jack Canfield
Our founder, Michael Kline, was selected to spend nearly one year, to be personally trained and coached by Jack Canfield, recognized as America's #1 Success Coach, and arguably the most successful and sought-after trainer in the human potential arena. Adding Canfield's expertise to his own 22 years of experience, helps Michael build the bridge from traditional theory training to real-life practical application and results for clients.
Michael points out that If you want to master something, find someone who has done it, and learn from them. "When I got the chance to be personally trained by one of the most popular and successful trainers in the world, I jumped at the opportunity!"
Jack is the author of the #1 New York Times best-seller The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be and the originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul empire. For more than 40 years, Jack has been ...Read More...
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Current projects and on-going client work include private and public Art of Hosting training programs, Evergreen Institute for Wellness, Visiting Nurse, Home Care & Hospice of Carroll County, The College of Excellence at The Memorial Hospital, The Be Kind Festival, and helping independent clients locally and nationally, realize their vision. We have select dates available for on-site seminars, sales training or team building, so please inquire.
We live in a meeting culture. Have an idea for something at work? Schedule a meeting. Want to explore a volunteer opportunity? Attend a meeting. Want to make a difference at your kids’ school? Organize a meeting. It leads to schedules packed solid with meetings. And somehow, nothing gets done.
Instead, the real work often occurs in the hallway between meetings or over a meal with your neighbors. It’s clear that people are hungry for a better way to have conversations that matter and to use these conversations to drive change in our communities.
That’s what the Art of Hosting is all about: being better together. It’s possibly the key to solving community problems.
March 2014, a student writes: "Michael, I just had to let you know that I used a bit of your wisdom and teaching today as I was preparing for an interview and I am thrilled to report that I did it! I rolled that bright round ball of sun in front of me and I presented myself to the interviewer as me. Self-confident, at ease, calm and ready to take on any question thrown at me. Thank you for being you with your capability to love and teach."