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Total Solutions Plus Keynote Speakers

CTDA, NTCA, TCAA, and TCNA have teamed up again this year to deliver an even bigger joint VIRTUAL Conference in 2020. Total Solutions Plus will provide educational sessions, networking opportunities, and feature a Virtual Exhibit Hall! The Virtual Conference takes place Monday, October 26th through Friday, October 30th. Click here to view the schedule. Register Today

Opening Keynote: Blaze Your Brain: Transform Negative Thoughts into Positive Results, Jessica Rector

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Jessica Rector

In an economy where self-doubt, worry, and stress are at an all-time high, you have that voice inside your head that never quits. It’s constantly chatting saying things like, “What if it doesn’t work,” “What if I fail,” or “What will they think.” When you ask successful people what led to their success, they say 98% of it comes from your inner game. What inner game keeps you from getting more done and better results? Your self-talk leads to a poor attitude, more mistakes, and increased stress while dictating your actions, keeping you from leading your team, engaging with others, and growing your organization. Transform your mindset to move to the next level and get bigger returns. Get ready to stay motivated, focused, and energized, while you develop your team, decrease errors, and grow no matter the changing environment or conditions. Blaze your brain to change your thoughts, change your outcome, and ignite your power within.

Closing Keynote: At the Edge of Disorder, Peter Zeihan

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Peter Zeihan

The concept of countries being able to buy and sell their wares openly on the international marketplace is inviolable. The freedom to sail one’s products around the world is a given. Everything from the transfer of money to the accessibility of energy is sacrosanct. Yet all this and more is artificial: an unintended — if happy — side effect of the American-led global order. With that Order in its final days, all countries and all industries must learn to operate in a world as unstructured as it is dangerous. Join us as Peter Zeihan lays out how we got to where we are, and what the future holds for sectors as diverse as energy, agriculture, finance, manufacturing, and transport.