General Session 3

General Session 3


Learn how to re-evaluate and recharge!

The ability to “Get switched on” and be at your best consistently is essential to compete and excel today. This high-energy, interactive session will challenge you to acknowledge the difference between good and GREAT. This is an interactive experience, not a speech! You will re-evaluate your vision, game plan, mindset, and what is really important. Chip will challenge you to take a hard look at your attitude and current results, plugging you back in and switching you on. He will show you how to be a catalyst and bring your “A game” consistently to perform at your best. When it is “show time,” you need to be “show ready.”

Get “Switched On!” will explain:

  • Why early detection is essential to reverse failure
  • What is truly important to reach peak performance
  • What the key is to achieve long-term success and balance
  • How to close the gap between where you are and where you can be
  • Why your current vision dictates your efforts and results
  • What brutal facts need to be faced and the action to take now
  • How you can be at your best consistently with motivation at work  and home
  • How to clarify a new vision and pursue it with rampant enthusiasm.

Chip Eichelberger

Chip demonstrates how taking personal responsibility makes it possible to achieve new levels of performance. He is known for his Get Switched On! program that inspire audiences to consistently bring their “A Game” and surpass it.

Chip graduated from the University of Oregon the College of Business Administration. He worked as a sales rep with Jantzen Sportswear, building territories in Spokane and Salt Lake City for four years. After two corporate buyouts that cut the sales force in half he was let go.

The layoff was a career-changer as he moved on to work with world-renowned business leader Tony Robbins in San Diego. Chip proved himself, being the Sales Leader of the Year twice and mastering telemarketing and group presentation sales. He also hired, trained and led sales teams throughout the United States. As Robbins’ international point-man, he built the brand in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Five years later, Chip started his own brand and has presented at over 1,000 events for companies and associations including Hyatt, Wells Fargo, University of Michigan Athletic Department, State Farm, Great Clips, DOW, The Campbell Soup Company, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Exxon, NADA and PMI.

Ranked as a Top 5 Speaker by three years in a row, Chip was also awarded the esteemed Certified Speaking Professional designation, held by only 7% of National Speakers Association members. He was chosen as the closing speaker for his NSA peers at the prestigious CSP/CPAE Summit in January, 2015.