Never Give Up
Never Give Up—The Survivor Way
As we survive life’s challenges, we come face to face with fear and uncertainty. Challenges may allow us to step out of our comfort zone and push ourselves above and beyond our own self-limitations. What makes us is how we choose to overcome challenges. It is our strength in times of difﬁculty that prove our character and self worth. As I share my experience of being on a reality show, I encourage audiences to think about how they decide to survive on a daily basis. I encourage people to think about six words to develop their survival skills. With my six simple words, people can take on any challenge with which they are faced.
Adversity is not so much contending with problems as it is learning more about who we really are and what is inside of us. Join me and explore true survival skills.
Everyone can be a leader. Leadership fosters creativity. Leadership is about solving problems. Leadership creates contribution. Leadership acts on people’s feelings. Leadership empowers. Leadership is an ability, meaning a leader has the capacity to do something using talent and skill. How are you being a leader?
Cross the Line
One Line — Two Sides — One Choice
Write Yourself a Note
We all need to make a conscious effort to bring ourselves back to center and refocus. The desire to live focused every day may take a daily reminder to write yourself a note.
View these wonderful videos, featuring Addie Graham-Kramer, Jeannie Johnson, Rochelle Lauret, and Don Ryswyk, where they discuss their thoughts and impressions after hearing Holly Hoffman speak. We thank everyone for their time and kind words!
“Holly Hoffman delivered a fantastic keynote address to the 150+ women in the audience. She included so many strong messages that resonated with everyone and provided an inspiring message to not let fear hold you back, to believe in yourself and go for it!”
—Liz Wilson, CAE, Washington Bankers Association
“Holly has such an incredible warmth and authenticity about her that allows her to instantly make connections with all kinds of people. As she reveals her personal journey, both in writing and speaking, you can’t help but be drawn in. I wish everyone could hear her story!”
—Lauren Balleweg, Omaha, Nebraska
“Thank you Holly for reminding us that we can grow and learn throughout our lives and that it’s never too late to realize how strong and capable and resilient we have the potential to be!”
—Linda Scott, Maine Credit Union League
“Holly was a joy to work with and she truly listened to our needs. She received four standing ovations at our conference for women bankers and her message to new leaders was inspiring.”
—Cris Goncalves, New Jersey Bankers Association
I’m ready when you are! Being a part of your event would be my honor.