“The Funny Thing about Stress”
We all know that we should manage our stress, but we don’t necessarily know why or how!
It’s Kay Frances to the STRESS-cue!
She literally wrote the book on stress!
Stress is not something that we can or should eradicate from our lives. If we care about anything at all, we are going to experience some stress, anxiety, frustration, fear and other so-called negative emotions.
In our frenzied world, people need to be reminded of the importance of managing their stress, keeping a sense of humor and maintaining a positive attitude for peak performance and success in all areas of their lives. The so-called “little things” in life can become cumulative if we don’t stop them in their tracks. We need to manage our stress before it manages us!
Why book Kay Frances?
The “Kay Factor:”
A great motivational keynote speaker like Kay Frances will inform, inspire and engage your audience. She will:
Known as “America’s Funniest Stressbuster,” Kay Frances MBA, BS, CSP has shared her message to “lighten up, stress less and take care of ourselves” in 49 states and Canada for over 30 years. She holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration, a degree in Health and Education and a 4th degree black belt in karate. She was also a family caregiver for 7 years.
Kay is the author of “The Funny Thing about Stress; A Seriously Humorous Guide to a Happier Life.”
When it comes to humor, Kay is the "real deal" having performed as a professional standup comedian for many years and appearing on a number of national television and radio programs including Lifetime Cable’s “Girls Night Out” and NBC’s “America’s Funniest People”. She also lived and performed in New York City where she appeared at the nation’s top comedy clubs such as “The Improvisation” and “Catch a Rising Star.”
Kay Frances combines her years of standup comedy, her education and her passion for her message to offer a unique skill set not often found in one speaker. When it comes to managing stress, Kay learned the hard way by engaging in every unhealthy habit known to man. It was a long, winding, hilarious road back to sanity and good health and Kay generously shares what she learned along the way. It’s clean, relatable humor-with-a-message at its funniest! Your stress level will thank you!