Ronald J Robb on “What is Your Legacy?” & Marylu Dykstra on “Impacting your Community”




Join us for the special event in March with Ron J Robb as our featured speaker and Marylu Dykstra following up with “Impacting your Community.”

15adca0Ron J. Robb will share how to maximize your impact at work, at home and in life!

There are many excellent motivational presentations, but too often they leave an audience
fired up without providing specific, practical strategies for how they can turn their “heat” into

  • You will discover answers to the following:
  • How to find and excel at your “calling”
  • The importance of setting goals & how to achieve them
  • Believing in yourself and something bigger
  • Utilizing adversity to propel you to the next level
  • Why you can never “give it away”
  • How to overcome and accomplish unpleasant or difficult tasks
  • Why there are three tennis balls in a can


Ronald Robb possesses a proven track record of success as an Executive in Corporate America
having held prominent positions throughout his 30+ Year Career as a Forerunner, Trainer and
Business Builder.
As Founder and CEO of myTEAM TRIUMPH Ron has garnered national attention including
appearances on NBC Nightly News, Sports Illustrated and several dozen local media outlets
around the country. But perhaps his greatest honor was to be selected by Runner’s World
Magazine as one of only ten “Hero’s of Running” in their 2012 National Hero’s of Running

3759047Marylu Dykstra will follow up with an insightful message that affects all industries in our community.

The Disability Advocates of Kent County has expert and knowledgeable staff providing support in a variety of areas including transportation, housing, employment, and veteran’s assistance.  And while we help thousands of individuals each year, we also advocate for systems change at the local, state and federal levels in order to assure that the systems we have created meet their intended goals and are changed when necessary. In so doing, we seek to create a community where disability is seen as “a normal part of life” and where persons with disabilities are invited to be, and are welcomed as fully engaged members.  Further we believe that we must act collaborative to achieve this inclusive and welcoming for all.

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