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The fast-paced program is filled with advice on how to become an extraordinary person in business, and in life. Using real world examples, dozens of interesting slides, and powerful true stories, Robert Stevenson delivers a high-energy program that can help anyone to achieve higher levels of excellence. He covers a broad spectrum of ideas, including leadership, accountability, dealing with stress, handling change, how to criticize, the power of laughter, how to exceed expectations, balance, and much more. Whether you are just starting out in business, or a seasoned professional, these ideas will remind you of all the things you need to do when you are committed to soaring above and beyond excellence. Robert Stevenson is a highly sought-after professional speaker who has delivered more than 2000 presentations around the world. In addition to being a former All-American athlete and graduate of Georgia Tech, Robert has been a successful entrepreneur, business leader, and sales professional, maintaining hundreds of accounts in over 20 countries. Today, Robert travels around the world, sharing powerful ideas for achieving excellence, both personally and professionally. His client list reads like the Who's Who in business. Companies like Prudential, FedEx, Radio Shack, HBO, American Express, Time Warner and Citi Group have all invited Robert Stevenson to help motivate, inspire and educate their people. Now it’s your turn! In this program you'll learn: COMMITTING TO PERSONAL EXCELLENCE CRITICIZING THE RIGHT WAY TO BUILD PEOPLE UP TAKING FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR MISTAKES STAYING FOCUSED ON CURRENT, NOT PAST PERFORMANCE HOW TO AVOID DOING THE THINGS TURKEYS DO AND MORE ...
25 Oct 2008
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Watch this video and find out who is going to win at UFC 95. Joe Stevenson Vs. Diego Sanchez Nate Marquardt Vs. Wilson Gouveia Dan Hardy Vs. Rory Markham Demian Maia Vs. Chael Sonnen
18 Feb 2009
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UFC 95 at the O2 Arena in London, England Match-ups: Diego Sanchez (No. 5 WW) vs. Joe Stevenson Dan Hardy vs. Rory Markham Nate Marquardt(No. 5 MW) vs. Wilson Gouveia Chael Sonnen(No. 9 MW) vs. Demian Maia(No. 10 MW) Josh Koscheck(No. 4 WW) vs. Paulo Thiago Terry Etim vs. Brian Cobb Junior dos Santos vs. Stefan Struve Per Eklund vs. Evan Dunham Neil Grove vs. Mike Ciesnolevicz Troy Mandaloniz vs. Paul Kelly
20 Feb 2009
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19 Jun 2009
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Actor Ray Stevenson came over to sign for fans at The Book of Eli, a fan made a comment can you sign the dust collectors we haven't seen you since the movie THE PUNISHER!!
12 Jan 2010
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MESSENGER OF OF GOD'S MERCY
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Joe Stevenson must face George Sotiropoulos in his home town at UFC 110. Don't miss their fight plus many more, this Saturday Feb 20th at 7pm PT/ 10pm ET on Pay-Per-View or UFCLIVE****.
18 Feb 2010
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Stevenson's monumental work takes more than an hour and a quarter to perform and may be the longest unbroken single movement composed for piano. The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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Stevenson's monumental work takes more than an hour and a quarter to perform and may be the longest unbroken single movement composed for piano. The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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Stevenson's monumental work takes more than an hour and a quarter to perform and may be the longest unbroken single movement composed for piano. The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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Stevenson's monumental work takes more than an hour and a quarter to perform and may be the longest unbroken single movement composed for piano. The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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Stevenson's monumental work takes more than an hour and a quarter to perform and may be the longest unbroken single movement composed for piano. The Passacaglia on DSCH is a large-scale composition for solo piano by the British composer Ronald Stevenson. It was composed between 24 December 1960 and 18 May 1962, except for two sections added on the day of the first performance on 10 December 1963. The composer presented a copy of the score to Dmitri Shostakovich, its dedicatee, at the 1962 Edinburgh Festival. The work takes the principle of passacaglia or chaconne - namely, strict variations on an unchanging subject, usually a ground bass, and applies it across a very large single-movement structure that divides into a cumulative design of many different musical styles and forms.
26 Feb 2010
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