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By January 20, 2005 52 Comments

Review Paul H. Jenkins, Ph.D.’s keynotes, workshops, and coaching.

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  • Julie Knaphus says:

    I liked this presentation! These exact principles saved my life when my son was severely burned. So many great things happened during his long recovery I had to make a list! Seeing those events got me through! Eli was like a guardian angel by giving back to a fellow patient – always exactly when his friend needed it! Both lived.

  • Christy Watt says:

    I loved the specific “brain hacks!” Thank you for helping us realize how important positivity is and how our brains can really think that way.

  • Clair Provost says:

    Thank you for the Purposeful, Powerful, Positive Presentation. It will be helpful moving forward.

  • David Rowley says:

    Thanks for the outlook to be positive v. negative.

  • Kristin says:

    “Elevation requires effort”

    Thank you! Been engulfed in doubt for quite a while. 3 weeks ago began the process to rise above it. New job, new town, new home, new partner, new vision!

  • Cal Griffiths says:

    Appreciated your time and insight. Always great to learn. Thanks.

  • Pamela Cummings says:

    Loved It!!

  • Jonelle says:

    Great concept – Love it. Thank you!

  • Gayla says:

    Awesome! Powerful! You make it sound easy, but doable. I’m definitely going to practice Gratitude Power Play. Thanks!

  • Rachel Keller says:

    I LOVED listening to you talk during lunch on May 6, 2017. You truly have a gift for public speaking!!! I took some great notes and left truly inspired!!! Thank you SO much!!! I am so happy to have been able to hear from you!!!

  • Emma Smith says:

    It was really cool to analyze our thinking. I also loved the stories and the suggestions. I am totally going to take them on. I love his speech and the ending, with all the alliteration, was incredibly impressive.

  • Jeff Wilding says:

    Dr. Paul gave a wonderful message at our young adult retreat. His message was very inspiring and I am grateful for the thoughts he shared in regards to positivity. I feel that I am a pretty optimistic person, but his thoughts added to what I already knew to be true as he shed a light on aspects that I had not considered. He is very engaging with his audience and makes the experience one to remember. I would recommend him to anyone who is in search of upliftment. Thank you Dr. Paul!

  • Nate Barrington says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the message given by Dr. Paul to our group. His message was very engaging and applicable to my life. His message of positivity can be applied to innumerable aspects of life. It helped me to gain a new perspective on how I perceive and react to differing situations in my life. I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to learn from him and be uplifted by his message.

  • Callmebob says:

    Singles fireside 3/25/2017 – I found the wrap-up to be profoundly perspicacious. 🙂
    Good thoughts…

  • Debra Peterson says:

    Tonight I heard Dr. Paul speak and it was perfectly, positively empowering and plentiful in playfulness yet profound. ( Towards the end he used a new presentation concept: alliteration that expressed his ideas well.) He gave concrete examples of the concepts he spoke about, allowing us to experience them first hand… and of course we laughed as what he said was obvious, but we may not have noticed, as he took us through steps on meta-cognition with meta-cognition. Faith involves creation (what we imagine) and evaluation, the better or worse of “what it is.” Thank you for teaching me of your philosophy Dr. Paul and for a joyful evening full of laughter. — Debbie

  • Joyce bird says:

    I was privileged to hear you speak at a single adult fireside in Orem. I hope I can always remember to ask myself whose agenda the voice in my head is serving. I left feeling so uplifted and hopeful. Thank you.

  • Janice Williamson says:

    Just went to a fireside with Dr. Paul as speaker. How informative, and uplifting!!. WOW!!

  • Darlene Burgi says:

    Dr. Paul, Tonight was great! Right on! We all need to hear more, because believing, even knowing does not assure doing. It takes WORK! I would like to know where I can get your books?

  • Ilene Smith says:

    Dear Dr. Paul Jenkins. I attended the single adult fireside tonight and appreciate your comments very much. I just need to hear it many more times but will do my best to apply the principles to be more aware of my thought processes. I learned shortly after my divorce that I could get better or I could get bitter. The difference in the words are the “e” and the “i”. If I focused on “e” what everyone else needed I would do much better. If I looked only at what “i” needed I would be bitter. That insight came through the spirit and sustained me. Your thoughts follow some of that premise. Thank you. You are a marvelous presenter. I am sure you have made a difference for good in many people’s lives. Since I can’t hear the presentation whenever I need a reminder, please send me your booklet to review.

    • DrPaul says:

      Ilene, I love that insight about the “e” and the “i” being the only differences between “better” and “bitter” – brilliant! Thank you for sharing that.

  • Donna Matlock says:

    Such a positive fireside! I’m looking forward to hearing you speak again. Do you have an upcoming fireside schedule on your website?

    • DrPaul says:

      Donna – Great to connect with you guys last night. I don’t have the calendar on the website at this point, but I will send out some periodic updates.

  • John Spencer says:

    It was great.

  • Paul Sperry says:

    Dr. Paul spoke to our young adult group and was fantastic. He easily engaged everyone with his amazing speaking style and humor. The message about principles, positivity, and personal choice was spot-on, very relevant, and seems to be well within the reach and capabilities of all of us.

  • This was perfect for this time in my life. Just yesterday I was trying to figure out what to do to help a friend struggling with negativity and consequent anger and this was perfect. Thank you very much. And of course I can always improve my own positivity as well. Wonderful talk.

  • Cathy Johnson says:

    I’ve always thought I was a fairly positive person. As life has become more challenging, it’s get harder and harder to always find the positive. When I heard Dr. Paul’s presentation, I realized how I could improve so much more. I have loved ones that I’m excited to share what I learned with. Thank You Dr. Paul

  • Char Poulton says:

    I have never been a fan of motivational speakers because the presentations seem too forced, the programs seem to have too many lists to make and follow, and the presenters recommend too many behavioral changes that don’t come naturally. That changed with Dr. Paul’s presentation. Rather than advocate for buying a new tool box and filling it with new or unfamiliar gadgets, Dr. Paul pointed out the obvious of just using the primary tool you have (your mind) more efficiently – to consciously think about what you are thinking about. He is an extremely engaging speaker from the minute he begins. He combines professional psychology experience, religious insights, practical application, and humor into a presentation that resonates with participates on a real, lasting level. Throughout the presentation I found myself thinking, “This makes so much sense!” “This is what I do/think and why I feel a certain way when I do/think it!” “This is amazing!” I am still thinking about the concepts Dr. Paul presented, and I have shared them with my children, my husband, and my best friend. Dr. Paul helps you see that if you must pick a position, then choose positivity. It is not a passive, trite position. It is positively profound!

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