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There is a massive difference between surviving and thriving. Surviving is about getting through the day. Thriving is about reveling in the day. To revel means to take intense pleasure in something and profit greatly from it. The Thriving Ten Percenters are the people who revel in the day. They seize the seconds to achieve firsts.

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I want to say how much we enjoyed your presentation at our meeting in New Brunswick. Everyone, and I mean everyone, thought you were fantastic; entertaining AND inspirational. As a group we get along pretty well and our meetings are usually a very positive event, but I’ve had more comments suggesting that this one will be hard to top, thanks to you.

Jay Gould, President, New York Fries

“Mike was FFFFANTASTIC! I have been overwhelmed with positive feedback. “

Kate Daniels, Director, Office of the Deputy Minister British Columbia Ministry of Energy

"Thanks for a great contribution to the success of our program in Toronto last week. I know we can always count on you to deliver motivational perspectives, to add value, and to energize the team. It is a pleasure working with you, and looking downstream, I look forward to future opportunities to work together to master the new realities."

Jerry P. Leamon, Global Managing Partner, Member of the Executive, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

I want to say thank you once again! Your 'conversation' with our team today was a perfect fit for our event. The comments from all I spoke with were extremely positive. We were especially impressed with the relevance of your messages for our team and our journey. You did a great job at incorporating the key themes from the morning sessions - very appropriate and well done!

Todd Sharman, VP Merchandise Operations, Walmart Canada

"The campus is still buzzing from last night's dinner. I cannot thank you enough for your contribution to the event. You really blew everyone away. The most consistent comment has been... 'the best speaker I've ever seen!'"

Joe Danis, Director, Housing & Student Life, University of Manitoba

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