Rebekah Carpenter is the author of Awakening - 12 Tools To Unlock Ultimate Potential. I had the amazing privilege of interviewing her for my Journey To Success BlogTalkRadio show.
Rebekah Carpenter is the President of AV Productions and travels throughout the country, as a keynote speaker, leadership development trainer and performing artist. For over 20 years, Rebekah has created and facilitated keynote presentations and seminars for corporate, business, educational, non-profit, religious, personal and professional development events and conferences. She is also the author of the book Awakening – 12 Tools To Unlock Ultimate Potential.
The primary goal of Rebekah’s life-long research has been to create keynote presentations, seminars and write a book that go beyond where many presentations and leadership books typically lead – to temporary states of joy, motivation and empowerment.
Rebekah’s Carpenter's keynote presentations and seminars give attendees tools that can permanently shift the culture inside of organizations and inside of the leaders within these organizations. The tools promote environments where trust, teamwork, community, passion and high levels of productivity are continuously welcomed and encouraged. Her book Awakening – 12 Tools to Unlock Ultimate Potential is specifically designed for individuals, giving them tools that not only help them recognize but remove personal and professional obstacles that stand between themselves and the powerful living out of their gifts, abilities and dreams. All of these dynamics help lead individuals and organizations into ongoing, authentic motivation, which ultimately leads to permanent states of vitality, joy and empowerment.
Rebekah’s keynote presentations are extraordinarily unique and draw audiences in from start to finish. Infused into Rebekah’s presentations is music as well as comical, often profound examples of characters who practically demonstrate how to live with vitality, passion and purpose.
Rebekah’s leadership development seminars are highly engaging, and she is often told by attendees that they have never had the time go by so quickly.