Youth Speaker & Author
Perseverance with Grit
Teaching teens what it looks like to build a fierce self-confidence and giving them the actual tools to achieve their dreams and goals while overcoming adversity. This program focuses on the whole person as Adrienne zeros in on four simple choices you make every day and if calculated correctly can have limitless results. Adrienne empowers her audiences with the tools to stay focused, overcome adversity, and live the life envisioned. *Adaptable for grades 1-6
Connecting The Dots
A great program for anyone who works with youth. Learn how to stir a teen’s dream and connect that dream to the skills they are learning in school. Show students how their basic educations are relevant to their grand dreams and watch them dig in and invest in what is being taught in the classroom in a deeper more positive way. Students want to know the “why” behind the learning. Learn some tactical and easy solutions to better equip your teens for a successful and profitable future beyond the classroom.
FINDING YOUR FOOTING
How does your world go from success to tragedy in a matter of seconds? How do you pick yourself up and keep marching forward? Dive into a program of music, laughter, fun, and goal setting. Parallel your dreams with the lessons taught straight from the world’s oldest history book. See first-hand how with faith you can accomplish anything, overcome anything, and build the beautiful life meant only for you.
About Adrienne Bulinski
Adrienne (Rosel) Bulinski is no doubt a bionic mover and shaker. She gets a thrill out of her teenage audiences and their reactions to the 'theatrical' approach she uses to convey a powerfully positive message. However, just as life isn't always 'rainbows and cupcakes' neither is her program as she transitions into a plot twist that no one sees coming. The laughter abruptly turns to silence and often to tears as she sheds light on how her life took a devastating detour - placing her in an emergency room after a horrific accident where she awaited the doctors’ decisions on whether or not they would amputate her severed foot… Adrienne's story of overcoming the odds and defining perseverance has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to grab ahold of their own set-backs or disappointments and use them as building blocks to reach their dreams. Through her programs she teaches with the right mind-set, proper amount of determination and stubbornness, even life's worst days can be overcome with a positive attitude. Speaker, author, and entertainer Adrienne claims the titles: Speaker of the Year, Miss Kansas 2005, Miss USO 2007, author of "Blood Sweat & Tiaras", wife, daughter, smom, Believer, part-bionic mover and shaker, fierce cook, scholar, not to mention an avid mountain-biker.
Hello J.C’s from Nevada. As promised, below is my collection of articles on Body Language! Please note: I’m not the author of these articles, BUT I do find them highly useful. Enjoy! How to Read Body Language – Revealing the Secrets Behind Common Nonverbal Cues Article published by Fremont College It has been suggested that Read more about Body Language[…]
Moving from good to GREAT. What does that mean and how do we do it? Yes, there is a business book by this title, but my question is how do I live this phrase in my everyday life. -A blog thought by Adrienne Bulinski (speaker, author, entertainer and small biz owner) We all have room for growth, right? One Read more about Good To GREAT![…]
Welcome to Our New Leadership Vlog The videos below are designed to be casual and quick while giving you something to think about. Each week will feature someone new… be sure to follow along and chime in 🙂 We will be posting the most recent video at the top! Leadership Video #4 8/16/18 Qualities of Read more about Leadership VLog[…]
**A blog thought by William V. Anderson (editor in chief of Blood Sweat & Tiaras and Be Known LLC) During a conversation a few days ago regarding the Rules & Secrets of a Leader, the topic of managing people came up. I will state unequivocally that people are not managed. We hear all the time about managing people. Maybe that Read more about Leaders Vs. Managers[…]