Michelle Cederberg

Keynote: The Success-Energy Equation - How to Win Big at Work and Still Have a Life


Success is something we all want more of; career success, successful relationships, success saving money or sticking to an exercise plan, success raising kids or retiring well, … success in life. Which all demands time, energy and effort. What if you could get more of what you want, and do it with better clarity, higher confidence and less burnout? When you address your goals, habits, mindset and energy as integrated variables for success, it improves your capacity in measurable ways, and can truly transform how you work and live. Ideas and laughs converge as Change Agent Michelle Cederberg shares the four cornerstones of her Success-Energy Equation. In this high-energy keynote you will:

  • Get clear on your own definition of success; what really matters to you in work and life, and what drives you to do what you do.
  • Look at typical barriers that get in the way of success, and how you can effectively navigate them.
  • Discover the four variables that contribute to higher levels of goal success and overall well-being - direction, mindset, discipline and energy - and how to make them work for you.
  • Learn the single most important thing you can do to ensure on-going success with everything you do that’s important to you.

Full of hilarious stories, anecdotes and innovative strategies, you’ll leave this session with a renewed sense that it's possible to win big at work and still have a life. That’s Success-Energy, and it’s a formula worth calculating.

Michael Landsberg

Keynote: Darkness and HOPE – Depression, Sports, and Me


Michael Landsberg was the charismatic and outspoken host of TSN's Off the Record—and from watching his show, you'd never guess that he has been battling mental illness and depression for most of his life. Lifting the stigma from this topic, Landsberg delivers a powerful and personal keynote on the dangerously misunderstood issues of depression and mental health. Depression can affect even the most successful of athletes—from Clara Hughes, one of the great amateur athletes in Canada, to four-time World Series winner Darryl Strawberry. Landsberg shares the story of his own battle with mental illness, as well as the unexplored stories of some of the world's most recognizable sports figures, to show us that recovery, strength and hope are possible in some of our darkest times.