The Event-Two will be held at The Crystal Theatre, 7:00pm on Monday, May 4th.
The Event-Two is another unbelievable chance to see University of Montana students give five-minute talks over a wide variety of topics. Including: Humans of the Gym, Living With a Type B When you are a Type A, Pummel Procrastination and Become an Overachiever in Just Two Minutes, How to Make the Perfect Margarita, Pinterest Perpetuating Stereotypes and Body Perception and Health by the Number. The structure of each talk will be similar to the popular Ignite format, with each presentation being exactly five-minutes long and consisting of 15 automatically advancing slides. You are going to love it.
The Event-Two is at The Crystal Theatre, located on the Hip Strip in Downtown Missoula and will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. We recommend a $5 donation per ticket, as all proceeds will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through Up ‘til Dawn, a student organization on the UM campus.
In this five minute talk, I will discuss how using this rule over the last two weeks has changed my daily routine and positively affected my accomplishments. I will explain how easy it is to embrace this rule to become more productive and effective in daily life.
Living with new people can be hard for anyone, especially if you have a Type A personality and your roommate has a Type B personality.This is currently my living situation so take note of “a day in the life of roommates with opposite personalities.” Our daily activities may be very different but it makes for one interesting living situation.
My presentation will show how Washington Grizzly Stadium is one of the hardest college football stadiums to play in by using stats from past seasons and comparing it to that of other college football stadiums.
This speech will briefly cover the evolution of Americas body image culture and how it has established what healthy should look like in the United States. Expanding on this the speaker will look to take a quantitative route of determining what healthy should be as opposed to visual standards.
Entrepreneurship is understood to always be innovative or new. In my speech, I would like to talk about how entrepreneurship isn’t always about changing the wheel. Instead, most of the time, it’s about just maybe changing the tread. I will be covering successful companies that are well-known or local that haven’t revolutionized their industry, just have offered something a little better.
I’m talking about a 12 wk workout program I would recommend for all girls. It is called livefit, and is put on by Jamie Eason. I’m going to talk about why it is a good program and how it is set up.
I am going to talk about how I used Twitter to analyze an NBA playoff series and what the implications it might have on marketing/business intelligence. Also, I will talk about the challenges of using twitter data to draw conclusions & correlations.
My presentation will be focusing on the growth of youth lacrosse in the state of Montana over the past few years. Lacrosse is a relatively new sport to the state of Montana in general, but more so in terms of the youth and high school leagues. I will be focusing on the key factors that have helped grow the game as well as the opportunities that may come in the future.
Tips for apartment hunting as told by a leasing consultant from Mullan Reserve Apartments here in Missoula MT. Different things that you might not consider or forget to ask while touring different apartment complexes.
A talk about the research that supports the income levels that are associated with those that are considered to be the happiest. Different income levels come with different stress levels, social life limits and lifestyles, but where does happiness associate with those income levels?
Around the world today, and especially in the US, people think that having positive thoughts and emotions all the time is the only way to reach true happiness. Self-help books, inspirational speakers and quotes, and the media in general portray incessant optimism as the one and only road to happiness. However, researchers are discovering that not only is this impossible, it’s counterproductive. The solution? Being pessimistic.
The Gym is full of interesting people from differing backgrounds, yet each person shares the common common goal of aspiring to improve themselves. Why not embrace this concept? Together we can create a community of incredible people who share the common goal of improving themselves, inspiring others, and making the gym a more positive and personable place for everyone.