You have the power to change your habits, your life, and your destiny. It starts with the positive choice to get off your attitude. Where do you start? Begin by taking responsibility for your own life. Get serious. It's up to you. If you want to change your life, change your attitude. It's as simple as this: You have two options. You can sit around complaining or you can get off your attitude and make it happen! Let me share the following habits you need to develop in order to adopt that winning attitude: 1. Think, talk, and act positive.…
Ryan Lowe is a motivational speaker, coach, consultant, and author and has delivered presentations to companies of all sizes, from small businesses to Fortune 500s, resulting in higher performance in individuals and organizations. More importantly, he has inspired people throughout the country to have a positive attitude and achieve their professional and personal goals by sharing his own experiences in dealing with adversity.
During his career he has achieved award-winning sales positions and became one of the most-requested speakers/trainers with Brian Tracy Seminars, The American Sales Trainer Association, Universal Seminars, and The Productivity People. He has also served as the vice-president of sales for two financial services corporations and as a partner in a financial services start-up. He has presented to sales groups, financial institutions, churches, sports groups, non-profits, schools, civic organizations, and more.
Ryan’s life story, wealth of professional experience, and incredible delivery make him one of the best-loved and most sought-after motivational speakers today. Having survived several personal tragedies including a near death experience, he’s on a mission. He’s spreading his positive attitude message: success isn’t determined by background, experience, or anything else. It’s all in your attitude. In his seminars and his own life, Ryan inspires people to believe they, too, can “get off their attitude” and achieve the life they’ve envisioned.
After living in many cities across the country, Ryan now resides in Mandeville, Louisiana, where he is close to his family and his New Orleans roots.