Michelle A Rahn, Ms. Senior America 2004, will make YOU look like a QUEEN BEE as she spreads her contagious energy among your audiences. An educator/speaker for 40 years, Michelle can lead with FUN and laughter or take folks into depth in a breakout session. She believes that one cannot be in front of students for THAT many years without learning the secrets to hold the attention AND keep the interest of an audience! A GREAT teacher knows that students/adults immediately KNOW if the teacher/presenter is 'real' and "knows her stuff"~~~~and MICHELLE DOES!
Motivational Speaker Michelle Rahn
Her delivery results in people realizing that each of us has a daily impact on those around us, whether at home or work~~or in the sky between the two. That impact is determined by four factors and the details of each area roll out like a red carpet, beckoning the range of recent college graduate to established business professional.
Michelle offers informative and inspiring presentations to help you ascertain your individual strengths and to actually feel confident while developing the process, despite ANY age. It’s never too late to be who you might have been and she will help you experience the joy of who you are and the freedom of who you’re not. She recognizes that each of us experience the gravity of personal or societal expectations. As we age, it is even more imperative that we recognize our individual strengths to become the ultimate in what we CAN be.
This “singing superlative senior” brings a refreshing perspective, practical tips, and contagious energy to motivate; all delivered with music, humor and a hopeful outlook.
A second chance at life was the beginning of a new commitment to helping others as Michelle suffered a heart attack following the 1999 shootings at Columbine. The tragedy hit too close to home. She taught one of the killers for four years and her husband and daughter coached with the teacher he murdered. Columbine changed her life and she came out of recovery with a new dedication to life, the choices that we make and becoming all of what life CAN be.
Michelle treasures the responsibility of representing women 60 years and above as Ms Senior America 2004. She has had the privilege of witnessing women with a ‘zest for life’ all over the United States.
Each of us has a daily impact on those around us, whether at home or work–or commuting between the two. That impact is determined by four factors. The details of each area roll out like a red carpet, beckoning the range of recent college graduate to established business professional. Too often we confuse significance with prominence. Examine how making a pact with yourself in your life approach can help you achieve true significance and influence.
DEFYING GRAVITY: Leaping Through The Challenges Of Life
What makes one person succeed where others don’t? They don’t accept artificial limits or second-guess their goals. Instead, they defy the gravity of personal or societal expectations.
AGING WITH ATTITUDE
A prism uses its light to disperse light. We each have the potential to do the same. How best can we live with the responsibility of affecting the actions and attitudes of others?
PAINTING HIS PROMISES
The world may not recognize our potential, but the Lord does. He promises to love us unconditionally and wants us to discover His unique purpose for our lives. Each one of us is God’s exclusive painting and we are His canvas. It is our responsibility to develop our gifts for His Kingdom. God can use anything in the strangest of skills and places: even something as silly as a ‘pageant’.
Aiming Attitude Toward Christ
God has given us criteria to become more like Him. We are to AIM for His values, His character and His ATTITUDES. Our attitude governs the way we perceive the world and the way the world perceives us. It governs the way we are … or are not … furthering His Kingdom. Our attitude must be applied in order to become aligned with Christ. Learn how we may follow the lesson in Ephesians to “be made new in the attitude of our minds.”