• 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 June 30, 2015, “Respect your limits”
    Live life in moderation. Too much of anything can be harmful. That includes work, school, exercise or down time. Every individual is different and their level of moderation may be different from yours. Listen to your body rather than to the advice of others. Your body constantly gives you feedback. If you get serious heartburn […]
  • Weekly Tip for June 23, 2015, “You own your life”
    Do what you believe is right, not what others expect you to do. In the end, you are accountable to yourself and are responsible for all your actions. “He made me do it,” or “She said it would be okay,” doesn’t cut it. You own your life and all aspects of it.
  • Weekly Tip for June 16, 2015,”To share or not to share”
    Not every thought that goes through your head needs to be said aloud. Use your discretion and experience to know when to share and when to shut up. Ask yourself: “Is it valuable for me to share this information with others?” If the answer is yes, share. If not, keep your thoughts to yourself.

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