Leadership & Confidence for Life
Whether it’s at work or in life, Kristi’s savvy and engaging style equips her audiences—young professionals and seasoned executives, teen and pre-teen girls and guys, women’s conferences, parent groups, and collegiates—with stellar, unparalleled, research-based confidence tools and a master plan for life! Kristi is the CEO of Total Package Global, a leading professional and personal development corporation. The company offers four development tracks: Total Package Professional, Total Package Girl, Total Package Lifestyle, and The Total Guy.
Kristi K. Hoffman, MS
Kristi K. Hoffman is a leadership, lifestyle, and confidence expert who has spent decades motivating audiences across the country. Kristi is a thought leader on the relevance of authentic leadership in business, and also in the realm of teen and pre-teen girl trends, speaking passionately about the issues that affect today’s generation of girls ages 11-17.
With a keen focus on an individualized master plan for success, Kristi K. Hoffman and her “Total Package” message are quickly sweeping the nation. Confidence, leadership, and a centered, healthy approach are the key strategies. Business and personal success is the goal.
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From the Blog of Kristi K: Thought Proposals for Life
We hear it constantly: “Social media is ruining our lives.” These words almost always come from people of generations who actually remember a world without it. I, a proud millennial, am not here to give any kind of lecture, and I most certainly am not here to tell you social media is bad, because it’s not. I love social media as much as—if not more than—the rest of us. Facebook helps me stay in touch with family members. Twitter keeps me connected to the world’s latest in news and pop culture, and provides a source of laughter via the endless circulation of memes. Instagram allows me to express my creative and social side. Finally, the one I literally cannot live without, Snapchat, lets me see what all my friends are doing at all times. So now that you all know that I too, can’t go without it, let me tell you about a time when I did. (read more…)
Sometimes you only get a minute. A minute to talk with someone after a meeting, a minute on the phone call, a minute at the cocktail reception. Ever stop to think how valuable that minute could be?
Not long ago, a teenaged girl timidly approached me after a speech to thank me for my talk and to ask me a few questions. We had an intriguing, focused dialogue, as if no one else was in the room, although there were hundreds. The conversation was not lengthy, yet surprisingly in-depth about an issue bouncing around in this teenager’s mind like a ball in a pinball machine.
After our talk and before she disappeared into the crowd, she told me I was her “life changer,” hugged me, and was gone like a puff of smoke. (read more…)