** New Presentation **
CREATING AN OPEN OPTIMISTIC OUTLOOK ON LIFE
One of the difficult, continually emerging questions of life is: What am I really responsible for---and what am I not responsible for? The primary way to keep answering and resolving this on-going life-long question is to have a full and clear understanding of what responsibility is and how to put responsibility into our choices and then into our actions.
From the Audience
"Thank you for coming down to University Park for our retreat. I have heard many positive comments regarding your presentation, "Making Responsibility Happen . . . with Happiness in Mind." The 50 participants spoke in particular about the perspective you bring to life and they were very pleased that you were able to share your thoughts and insights. I am sorry that you had to leave before I could thank you personally. Best wishes for the rest of the year and feel free to stop by when you are visiting State College."
Stanley E. Latta, D.Ed, Senior Director, Unions and Student Activities
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
"Dr. Jules Burgevin is a dynamic presenter with a powerful message. His words frequently move people into responsible action. Without a doubt Jules has been the most caring, compassionate and outspoken advocate of humanity that I have ever encountered. His warmth and professionalism give him the unusual ability to quickly impact the thinking and ethics of an audience. I am beginning to see evidence of his vision of the transforming 21st century in my daily life."
Clare M. Tauriello
Director of the Career Center, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Former Career Services Coordinator, adjunct faculty, and Division of Undergraduate Studies Coordinator; Penn State Mont Alto.
"For close to a quarter of a century I have seen Dr. Jules Burgevin give dozens of public presentations and lectures and work with literally thousands of students. He is one of the most inspiring and impassioned educators I have ever known. He has moved generations of high school and college students to think about their social responsibilities and to take on a morally committed view of life."
Joel Savishinsky, Ph.D.
The Charles A. Dana Professor of the Social Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York
"Dear Jules: Thank you so much for coming to Victor Central School, Victor, N.Y. on Friday February 15, 2008 to give a lively and fascinating presentation on 'The Three Dimensions of Responsibility' to our professional Food Service and Teacher Aide Staff. Your 8:00 A.M. opening thoughts created an atmosphere of intense interest and the specific ideas in the outline of the presentation which you handed out to our 90 participants were so helpful to the work that these important members of the staff do as they each respond to changing and varying situations in their work lives. The feedback that I have heard from members of the staff has been very positive."
Michael J. DeMott
Director of Human Resources, Victor Central School, Victor, New York
"Dr. Jules Burgevin's ideas changed my whole outlook on life. I truly believe we would each live happier lives if everyone embraced Dr. Jules' philosophy. He reveals the simplest and most beautiful truths in life. The essence of his appealing message is this: Each person may choose to be responsible for making the world around us a better place in which to live. Thank you, Jules!!!"
Jason Ruff, Former Flight Attendant
United Airlines, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Presently Attorney-at-Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania