Our thoughts throughout the day are much like
a bobber that floats on water they move up & down. Our main
goal is to keep our bobber up. Why?
thoughts whether good or bad have energy associated with them,
this has been scientifically proven. High-energy thoughts are
positive thoughts such as, appreciation, dreams, goals, kindness
and peace. When your thoughts are focused on these subjects your
Bobber is up and your world becomes filled with appreciation,
thoughtfulness, kindness and peace.
Low-energy thoughts are negative thoughts such as, hate, anger,
resentment, greed, or jealousy. When your thoughts are focused
on these subjects your Bobber is down. Your world then becomes
filled with hate, anger, resentment, greed and jealousy.
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You will learn that your thoughts can go in either direction within
seconds. You will learn how to recognize the difference between
positive energy and negative energy and how to flip a negative
thought within seconds.
will learn how to "Keep Your Bobber Up."
In my seminars you will see you energy,
my seminars You will hear your energy,
my seminars You will feel your energy &
will move your energy.
Presented by an experienced seminar leader and massage therapist,
Keep Your Bobber Up promotes the vital message of positive touch
and positive thought. Participants in this hands-on seminar will
learn to bring positive energy into their daily lives. Tools and
techniques will show how to improve and strengthen relationships
among parents, children and care providers. Highly interactive,
the seminar provides tools and techniques that may be used right
away. A brief description and outline of the seminar, and information
about the presenter follows.
Organization: Keep Your Bobber Up, LLC works with state and community
organizations, health care providers, and clinics to prevent child
and elderly abuse. Our goal is to create lasting and positive
change in individuals, families, and society to strengthen relationships
and promote positive experiences.
Seminar Objective: The objective of the seminar
is to create positive energy among parents, children, and care
providers. The Keep Your Bobber Up Seminar has a positive impact
on care providers, parents and children through vital information
presented with a hands-on approach. Every attendee receives a
fishing bobber, a great way to symbolize the need to bring back
positive energy and feel refreshed and invigorated. Participants
are instantly affected as they learn to bring positive energy
to their relationships and daily lives. The seminar is known for
its high level of interaction, and participation which creates
Keep Your Bobber Up, Two Hour Seminar Outline:
About the speaker
Introduce "Positive Touch and Positive Thought"
Introduce the "17 second rule"
Energy Ball (See and Hear their energy)
Introduce the Fishing Bobber (Move their energy)
Break 15 minutes
Introducing the 30 Day Work Book
KEEP YOUR BOBBER UP
FIVE WEEK WORK-SHOP AT
W.E.R.D.C.C. WOMEN'S PRISON
three-year recidivism rate for females is currently 38%. The
program will reduce the recidivism rate by 22% among the thirty
women chosen for the focus group. The KYBU program will empower
these women through positive thought patterns and positive touch.
The women offenders will leave prison with a new and hopeful
outlook on life, with tools and skills that can be implemented
Michell Moe visits W.E.R.D.C.C. weekly for three hours, and
will continue her work for the next four years. Her hope is
that all women that attend the Five Week Work-Shop will not
return to prison.
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sponsoring a seminar.
Hospitals and Clinics of Missouri
Free Violence Center, Cape Gerardo, Missouri
Child Abuse Prevention Association
Association Homes for the Aging
League of Nursing
Anthony's, St. Louis
Health Care Association
Health Care Association
Medical Center East, -West
Military Bases within the U.S and Germany
Women's Prison, MO
Hospital Springfield Missouri
Department of Corrections
Gaming Commission National Conference
Families Support Project
Mercy Family and Friends Project
Life Skills Center
Joseph Youth Alliance, St. Joseph
Kids Out Reach, Inc.
and coming seminars:
Kids Out Reach, Inc TBD
Joseph Youth Alliance, St. Joseph October 4th 2007
Families Support Project September 11, 2007
Conference October 18, 2007
Women's Prison October 10, 2007