It’s 4th down and 1 yard to go, no timeouts left, you are faced with a decision and you need to make the call. As men, we are faced with decisions at home, work, with friends and family daily. Our decisions can change the course of the game. They could be big decisions or little ones but no matter what, you making the right call matters! This session will equip you to be successful on your 4th and 1 decisions!
Coach Mark Doebler:
Coach Mark is a native South Carolinian who has served our country in the U.S. Infantry. After his military service, he returned to his native South Carolina and entered the business world in the safety and environmental industries. After several years in that capacity, he started his own company helping manufacturing facilities address the environmental challenges of treating and disposing of their liquid waste streams. In the early 2000s, Mark began to feel a call to leave his business and pursue church ministry as his full time occupation and focus. Eventually, that led him to Peoria where he became the founding coach/pastor of Second Chance Church. Today, he continues to lead the church as well as contribute to the growth of other business leaders and entrepreneurs in the greater Peoria area.
Daniel Moore’s goal is to create behavior change that improves performance at both the individual and organizational levels by turning potential into productivity. Through the vehicles of motivational speaking, coaching, and training, people can be knowledgeable, inspired, and motivated to live their best life through the development of their own potential. Daniel’s sessions deliver powerful, life-enhancing messages that help individuals and organizations enjoy a renewed energy which carries bottom line benefits. By authoring three books, Daniel has impacted the personal and professional lives of clients and friends from one end of the country to the other. “We call it “Moore Life” because life consists not in the accumulation of things, or in simply filling your time on this earth, but in the quality of the things in your life that mean the most to you; and how to make them better.” -Daniel Moore
Joe is married to Kim Martin with a blended family of 7. He has been leading a team for 25 years at work as well as coaching youth. Joe is very involved in his church and leads a men’s group.” Making decisions is what I do”, says Joe, “some good and some not so good.” He believes that helping men to make the right call is critical in this day and age.