We are living in strained times. Every component of our community is being affected. We are juggling so many tasks between home, school and the workplace people are getting overwhelmed and discouraged. Dr. Bias provides “sweet inspirations,” tokens of hope that she believes will empower, encourage, and motivate audiences. She passes on messages that inspire individuals to press through the hardships to discover untapped potential, capacity and ability within them to withstand the challenges of life.
MESSAGES OF HOPE FOR:
CHURCH – New Methods to Reach Out To Community
FAITHBASED MEN AND WOMEN ORGANIZATIONS – Hope is Not Extinct The Best Is Yet To Come
FAMILY -The family is the center of community
COMMUNITY- Adults and youth within neighborhoods have the capacity to create spaces of wellness and safety
MILITARY Thank You for Your Protection
EMPLOYEES – Turning Lemons into Lemonade in the Workplace
PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN ORGANIZATIONS – Hope Is Not Extinct The Best Is Yet To Come
YOUTH – are reachable teachable lovable and savable we must change our approach in adapting to their needs.
EDUCATORS – Don’t Despise Those You Are Called to Teach – We must change our approach in adapting to the needs of the students.
SCHOOLS – We can no longer put Academics above Character Education.
PERFORMING ARTS – Because we are a visually charged society Bspeaks offers performing arts as an enhancement to convey your hosen message in workshop, conferences and seminars. Our experiences performers are great opening and closing sessions to add inspiration encouragement and enlightenment to your program.
LAW ENFORCEMENT – Understanding the Why? and working harder in prevention
SOCIAL WORKERS – You are Valuable Urban Physicians
MENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES – You Are Social Emergency Rooms
POWER BREAKFAST AND LUNCHES – Try Bspeaks Express 15-20 minute Power Breakfast and Lunch motivational presentations to jump start your employees or students to boost their morale. In these trying times employees and students need a quick reminder that the best is yet to come and not to throw in the towel and to keep pressing and pushing.