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Keynotes and Workshops

Len will help you and your organization destroy distractions to increase productivity!


How often you’ve wondered that distractions dictate your life? The cell phones, computer screens, families, and co-workers.  But what happens when the distraction is between your ears?  How do you deal with the enemy that lies within?  The more you pay attention to it, the more it will destroy your focus.  Instead of letting the distraction destroys you, imagine you have the three keys to destroy the distraction.  This keynote will guide you through the process of Don’t Wipe Your Sweat™ and you will achieve your goal.

At the end of the speech, participants will:

  • Understand the 3 keys to destroy distraction

  • Fuel the focus

  • Regain the confidence



Have you ever noticed someone else is better than you?  And the more you look at them, the more you forget about yourself even when you are on top.  Comparison kills confidence.  Imagine you are about to get the job that you’ve always wanted.  And when you get there, you feel that you don’t belong.  This keynote will help remind you of your unique capabilities.

As you listen to this speech, you will realize:  

If you are feeling off track, this speech will help you:

  • To embrace your own unique talent

  • To compare less and appreciate more

  • Your fingerprints are different from everyone else.


In 1982, Len left Vietnam with his father and twenty-two other people on a small fishing boat.  To search for freedom, Len and his father had to endure twenty-five days in the South China Sea.  With lack of food and water, everyone on that boat was ready to surrender to the harrowing sea and the burning sun.  A dark ominous cloud approached the boat and their journey was about to end.  Instead, they all found and gathered their strength to brace themselves onto the boat in case the boat would be capsized.  

In this entertaining keynote, Len reflects on his journey and how his dad taught him to stay the course.   If you are feeling off track, this speech will help you:

  • Refine your purpose

  • Build momentum

  • Renew perception and be persistent

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