Professionally, Robin Sacks is an award-winning journalist, award-winning playwright, author, speaker and motivator. Personally she is a mom, wife, and friend.
Robin's specialty is providing a simple, creative, and humorous bent on Stress Management and Motivation, sharing tools and thinking which allow you to "get out of your own way" and get things accomplished beginning the moment you walk out the door.
Robin has facilitated personal and professional development workshops throughout the United States and Canada for companies including Microsoft, Lubrizol, Parker Hannifin, Eaton Corp., American Greetings, Key Bank, Levi Strauss, Steris, RPM International and Fifth Third Bank.
"Get Off My Bus!: How to Get Clarity, Get in the Driver's Seat, and Get Moving in Your Life!," Robin's self-help book, was nominated for Small Business Trends' Small Business Book of 2010.
Her philosophy is beyond simple:
You are over-thinking everything!
Get Clarity...Get Moving...Get Results!
Visit Robin at www.robinjsacks.com.
Industry Expertise (3)
Training and Development
Professional Training and Coaching
Health and Wellness
Areas of Expertise (3)
Award-Winning Playwright (professional)
My one-act play, 48 Hours to Idaho, is a nationally award-winning play (Writer's Digest Award). It has had stage readings done at the Marinello Little Theater at John Carroll University and at the Civic in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Award-Winning Historical Journalist (professional)
From 2001-2003, I created, wrote, hosted, and produced a weekly historical segment, “Days Gone By,” which received numerous accolades and awards from both the broadcasting and historical communities.
Author Nomination (professional)
My self-help book, Get Off My Bus, was nominated for Small Business Trends Small Business Book of 2010.
Honored for Work Within the Financial Industry (professional)
Awarded an honor from New England Financial for outstanding work and production with their company in the first quarter of 2009.
Another Honor for Work Within the Financial Industry (professional)
MetLife sent me to Philadelphia for the annual Met Life Women's Forum (this is an invitation offered to the top female producers in the country).
Award-Winning Journalist (professional)
I was the recipient of the Wyoming State Historical Society Best Video Documentary in 2003.
Award-Winning Journalist (professional)
I was the recipient of the WAB (Wyoming Assoc. of Broadcasters) News Piece of the Year in 2001.
John Carroll University: Bachelor of Arts, History 1994
Ohio Center for Broadcasting: Certificate of Completion, Journalism, Television, Radio 1998
Carol Drummond, Owner, Drummond Design | COSE Small Business Conference
“As the member task team leader of the COSE Small Business Conference, I reviewed many of the workshops available to our roughly 1,500 attendees. Robin Sacks was the most inspiring and memorable workshop speaker I reviewed. The audience was fully engaged and anticipating the hook at the end of each example she presented. Her energy and insights left those in attendance wanting more. Robin presented so many useful and practical analogies and tricks to remember when helping the audience get out of their own way. I know I have used and related many of them to my people, and I'm sure the rest of those in attendance have as well. She would be an asset as a presenter to any gathering of people looking to make a marked change for the better i
Jeri Vespoli, Executive Director | Franchise & Enterprise Expo
“Robin captivated our Start Business Expo attendees with her smart, funny and inspirational presentation. I was impressed with her range of relevant topics and would recommend her for any audience you want to wow!”
Ingrid Halpert, Owner, Weiss Movers | Beachwood Chamber of Commerce
"Robin Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Am I not my best friend-YES-then how could I be in my own way- you certainly proved to me that I am. You kept your audience in awe for 75 minutes with your wit, humor, sense of humor and energy--what an actress! I enjoyed your presentation-you Rock! Go Girl and thank you for a valuable session."
Megan L. Dyer, Account Executive, Baker Media Group LLC | Akron Marketing Association Keynote
“I saw Robin speak at an Akron Marketing Association event a few weeks ago. She was by far one of the most energetic, clever, and inspirational speakers I have laid my ears upon. I was fully engaged for an hour and a half without a blink. I took notes that evening and will hold onto them forever. I recommend Robin to whomever is seeking a service such as hers. You will not be disappointed. I hope to see/hear her speak again!”
Colleen Rice, Community Relations Specialist, Medina County Health Department | American Marketing Association Keynote
“I had the opportunity to hear Robin speak at a recent American Marketing Association meeting. Robin captured the audience with her inspiring points about stress, life, and perspective. Her background makes her a perfect motivational speaker and coach. I am very impressed with the variety of topics she can provide and I am already looking forward to hearing from Robin again.”
Maia Beatty, Principal, Maia Beatty & Associates, Inc | Cleveland Coach Federation
“Robin Sacks is an original thinker and an engaging speaker. She is an amazing combination of strategic thinker, class clown and generous friend. You can count on her to tell it like she sees it ~ and she sees things that most people miss. Her specialty is showing you how to get out of "the box" and she knows exactly how to blaze a new path through outmoded behaviors and thinking. Robin is sheer joy to be around and her ideas will change your life. She has my highest recommendation.”
Donna Kastner, Founder, Retirepreneur | American Society for Training & Development (ASTD)
“If you're looking for a speaker who can educate, motivate, and yes, even amuse, check out Robin Sacks. I had the pleasure of watching her address a recent ASTD chapter gathering. Robin speaks from the heart, challenging audiences to leap over roadblocks, clarify goals, and stretch to make amazing things happen. Her personal stories were particularly good!”
Event Appearances (1)
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Sample Talks (1)
How to Develop a Great Working Relationship with Your Stress!
Stress usually does not come from the situation at hand. Stress usually comes from the fact that we are obsessing about the situation at hand! After all, life is not about what happens to you (life happens to everyone!)…life is about how you choose to respond to what happens to you! This is a witty and eye-opening presentation that will help you simplify decision making, put a lot of things into a new perspective, and teach you how to develop a great working relationship with your stress!
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