Hailey Yatros is on fire to bring people together in an authentic way. In a world dominated by social media, she brings students back to the basics on ways to build meaningful connections and lasting relationships; the power of presence.
▪Authenticity ▪Communication ▪Mental Health ▪Personal Growth
▪Self-Esteem ▪Women’s Empowerment
Hailey’s contagious enthusiasm and love for people shines the moment the audience meets her. Since the young age of 19, she’s been coaching and speaking to audience’s from all generations, but Hailey is considered a Millennial expert. Having worked with thousands of young adults today, she knows the inner struggles of growing up in a tech culture and how it has drastically changed the level and depth of our relationships.
Hailey utilizes a discussion-based approach so she can instantly build trust with the students and shed awareness on the honest struggles they may face. In a society where everything is “filtered” to seem perfect in our online worlds – students are experiencing real-life issues and don’t know how to cope. What would happen to our groups if we made relationships more important than taking the right pictures? What would happen to our world if we focused on authentically connecting to those around us? It takes skill. It takes practice. It takes awareness. Hailey is on a mission to teach this message everywhere.
Hailey’s burning desire to help people landed her speaking in front of audiences when she was only 18 years old. Which then led her to receiving a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Human Development. Since then, Hailey Yatros is a Vice-featured Millennial Life Coach, Keynote Speaker, and Author of the books: The Millennial Makeover and Back to the Source: Cultivating Inner Peace in a Technology-Driven World. She has coached thousands of individuals and has readers from all over the world. Hailey’s desire and intention is to teach young adults the core elements of authentically connecting and building meaningful relationships so they can be equipped to make a global impact in their communities and in the world.
She’s been featured in; Taste of Home Magazine, HayHouse Radio, MetroParent Magazine, Elite Daily, Millennial Magazine, Vice Magazine and many others. Hailey lives in Michigan with her husband and her dog, Grace. Not knowing where she might end up next, she’s open to new adventures, eager and excited about the mission she aims to fulfill.
From Selfies to Self-Awareness: Authentic Connection in a Digital World
Technology is moving at the speed of lightning in our culture today. Experts say it was created to “connect” us all deeper. While that may be true, could it be possible that the very thing that was created to help us “connect” is drifting us further and further away from true fulfillment? Students today are experiencing higher levels of anxiety, attention deficit, and depression than ever before and there IS a solution: true authentic connection.
Because of our online, digital lives; we live in a world that has drastically changed how we connect and communicate with another human being.
We text instead of call.
We take a picture instead of fully enjoying the moment.
We get distracted right before we can make a meaningful connection.
We want things instantly before we can learn from the progress that it takes to get there.
In a society where everything is “filtered,” Hailey brings awareness to this silent addiction of technology and helps each student find the refreshing feeling of being connected in real-life and in real-time.
Students will walk away with tangible ways they can use the skill of human connection to; recruit new members, branch out and build new relationships, discover the joy of being present, and make a lasting positive impact in the world.
As a result of attending this program, students will learn:
- how to experience true authentic connection within themselves and how to have a lasting influence in other people’s lives.
- how to confidently navigate in a digital, technology-driven world with clarity and purpose.
- the steps to build instant connections with people and why building authentic relationships is vital to their inner and outer success
- the most common obstacles that hinder their ability to authentically connect.
- how to connect deeper to those around you and the significant impact it has in student success
- how to transform their anxiety into action for the future and stay presently focused on the here and now.
Perfectionism Stops Progress: Making Your Imperfections Necessary
Perfectionism is fear dressed up in high heels. It looks pretty on the outside, but on the inside it’s completely uncomfortable and unattainable. Yet, the majority of students today continuously chase after this unrealistic expectation of themselves and it’s destroying their confidence deeply. Especially now, the Internet doesn’t sleep, so the temptation to compare against their peers is stronger than ever. They must be able to cultivate healthy belief systems around THEIR own personal journeys so that they are prepared for whatever life may bring them.
Students, as high-performers and ambitious leaders, need to disregard perfectionism and instead, cultivate consistent progress. It’s amazing to have high aspirations and goals, but students must learn to work with their fears and become conscious of the thoughts that keep them stuck in “I’m never good enough or ready” mode.
After working with thousands of young adults, Hailey noticed distinct patterns and triggers around perfectionism and shares these findings in this engaging and eye-opening keynote. Students will learn how to work WITH their imperfections and make them a necessary part of their unique journey towards becoming their best Self.
As a result of attending this program, students will learn:
- the four deadly traps of perfectionism, how to notice the signs, and how to avoid them in the future
- effective tools to stop comparing yourself to others and instead, aim for personal satisfaction and individual success.
- the number one thing that is feeding your perfection food supply and how to cut off it’s resources.