• Get More Done in Less Time!

    Get More Done in Less Time!

    Are you or your organization continually expected to get more done with less time, money, and human capital? This is the exact problem that Sunjay Nath has addressed with hundreds of thousands of people across the world since 1995. His approach is routed in a strength-based approach to leadership that helps improve performance and allow individuals and corporations to get more done with less.

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    Student Programming

    Are you looking for the Best Speaker to Inspire, Motivate and Entertain your student audience? A former Student Leader and Author on the subject, Sunjay Nath brings almost two decades years of experience of connecting with the youth of the world with him to your event!

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Thoughts from a Motivational Speaker

  • Weekly Tip for November 18, 2014: “Take a break”
    Take a mental vacation from life once in a while. Lock the door, turn off your cell, throw a blanket over the computer and rent 12 hours of The Three Stooges. The world will be there tomorrow.
  • Weekly Tip for November 11, 2014: “The problem with ‘always’ or ‘never’”
    Over the years, I have had the opportunity to mentor many speakers with their careers. The first “rule” I always try to ingrain is: whenever someone suggests to you to “always” or to “never” do something, be sure to approach with caution. Just because something always or never worked for someone else, doesn’t mean that […]
  • Weekly Tip for November 04, 2014: “Just try it”
    Sometimes it’s better to just get out there and try. Try going for a run, baking a cake, or asking out that guy or girl you absolutely know will reject you. Learn from ALL your experiences. Outstanding successes as well as miserable failures will take you far.

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