Think Less / Achieve More
What holds us back from achieving our goals, at work and in life?
It usually comes down to how we think – the stories we tell ourselves about what we can or can’t do and our ability to envision the future and rebound from setbacks.
In this inspiring and practical keynote, Dr. Frank Niles shows you how to win the mental game and create the breakthroughs you need to achieve the goals you desire.
Drawing upon ancient practices and the latest research, Frank shares three strategies you can begin using immediately to unleash your potential and improve your life.
Thousands of leaders around the globe use Frank’s mental success-method. You don’t want to miss this session.
Dr. Frank Niles
Dr. Frank Niles is a beloved communicator and trusted adviser to leaders around the world. Over the past 20 years, Frank has touched the lives of thousands of people, including those from top brands such as Walmart, Tyson Foods, Grubb & Ellis, SHRM, Farmers Insurance, JB Hunt, and many more.
A leading expert on the science of human performance, Frank helps people create the breakthroughs they need to achieve their goals and become the best at what they do. He is frequently quoted or featured in the media, including CNN, Fast Company, Inc., NBC, Yahoo News, and many other media outlets. Frank’s writings appear in The Huffington Post, Thrive Global and many other publications. He co-founded and was managing partner of Scholar Executive Group, a boutique executive coaching, and therapy firm.
Frank is also an accomplished outdoor athlete. He has ascended some of the most extreme rock climbing routes around the world and developed cutting edge climbs in North America. Through these experiences, Frank’s learned what it takes to succeed in the face of seemingly impossible odds. He shares these lessons with audiences worldwide.
Frank is a former Los Angeles County Paramedic, and before he decided he needed to earn a living, performed stand-up comedy. He splits his time between residences in Northwest Arkansas and Montana.