Talks Topics on Which Daniel DiGriz Speaks
Daniel DiGriz delivers talks and participates in speaker series' at conferences, retreats, expos, conventions (cons), and other venues. Reach out if interested.
"I want to create more potential through aspiration and leadership, because I want to live and work in a community of empowered colleagues and friends. Human potential isn't just a movement or a fad. It's a commitment and a duty." — Daniel DiGriz
Practical Time Travel: How to Go Back and Choose What You Really Want
We have busy, often successful lives, by most definitions. But we were born dreamers, and there were things we always wanted to do that we never did. They don’t go on a bucket list, because they plug into our deepest sense of self, and they’re not one and done (attend the Olympics, ride a mechanical bull, hop islands in Greece). Instead, they require protracted time (learn to play guitar, speak Italian, write a mystery novel, earn a karate blackbelt). They moved us to explore who we are, but some “no” stopped us, time passed, and they don’t seem practical according to our current template for the future. Daniel demonstrates via readily available examples and practical tools, how we can change the template, overcome the constraint of time, topple the “no”, and even live longer so we have more options.
Daniel can speak on a variety of other topics, such as adopting a selling mentality, the ethics of trade, the value of physical labor, and the relationship of work to joy. He also conducts a variety of courses and labs.
Daniel is a Digital Ecologist® and Brand Storyteller with an M.Ed in Instructional Technology. He has worked on conferences and conference teams creating user experiences and (virtual and in-person) programming. Daniel isn't traveling to large gatherings during the epidemic. Reach out if you're building a virtual conference, and need savvy leadership or consulting on your team.
Talks vs. Courses
"A talk can be a course and vice versa, but there is a subtle difference. A "talk" provides thought constructs and emotional tools to make any decision-making process more effective. At the end of a course, you should be able to do something specific that you couldn't do before—or do it even better. " — Daniel DiGriz