Clients

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CORPORATE:

• TD Canada Trust
• Investors Group
• Ontario Ministry of Finance
• Lululemon Athletica
• General Motors of Canada
• Feldman Daxon Partners
• Bayer Healthcare UK
• Daniel Epstein & Associates

ASSOCIATIONS:

• Toronto Board of Trade
• Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce
• HRPA, Human Resources Professionals Association
• ACPI, Association of Career Professionals International
• CAWEE, Canadian Association of Women Executives & Entrepreneurs
• CWC, Canadian Women In Communications
• CAPIC, Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators

EDUCATIONAL:

• Royal Ontario Museum
• Schulich School of Business
• Art Institute of Boston
• OCAD University
• Ryerson University
• Seneca College
• Humber College
• Centennial College

NOT FOR PROFIT:

• Doctors Without Borders
• City of Vaughan, International Women’s Day
• Art with Impact, Movies for Mental Health
• Skills for Change
• Eden Community Homes
• Woodgreen Community Services
• COSTI Conference
• IEP Conference, Internationally Educated Professionals
• NewPath Network
• Learnography

OTHER:

• Zoomer Magazine

Portfolio

KEYNOTES, LECTURES & SEMINARS:

ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM – Motivatorman gave a presentation on the Power of Social Media at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto Canada. He shared success stories of building networks and meaningful connections with ideal clients and famous personalities via Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Youtube and blogs.

 

 

 

MOVIE SCREENINGS & DISCUSSIONS:

NEWPATH NETWORK – Motivatorman facilitated a screening and discussion of the film Iron Man for NewPath Network’s Business Networking Event. Event took place at Hazelton Hotel’s Hollywood style screening room in Toronto Canada.

Success Factors from the movie discussed were:
Passion, Perseverance, Product Development and Supportive Relationships.

 

MEDIA COVERAGE:

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Motivatorman was featured in The New York Times article called “Who Will Be Oprah’s Last Star?” He was the only Canadian featured. In the interview Emmanuel shared that he dreamed of being interviewed by Oprah so he could share how movies and writing his movie blog had saved his life during times of depression, bankruptcy and near homelessness. This image was printed in the article and comes from one of Emmanuel’s presentations of visualizing your goals.

 

 

KEYNOTES, LECTURES & SEMINARS:

LULULEMON ATHLETICA – Motivatorman gave a motivational seminar to the managers and staff of the first 3 Lululemon Athletica stores in Toronto Canada. He shared movie tips that demonstrated 3 keys to success in life and career: Passion, Optimism and Relationship Building.

 

 

 

Testimonials

 

“Emmanuel “Motivatorman” Lopez looks behind the glossy veneer of films to reveal the elements that transcend entertainment and can make a real difference in people’s lives.”
Richard Crouse, Author, Film Critic, TV Host
Canada AM, CTV News

 

 

“Emmanuel Lopez is one of the best motivational speakers and writers in the entertainment industry. He moves and transforms live audiences in ways that leave a lasting impression. Emmanuel has many skills and qualities to offer towards the success of an organization.”
Dr. Samita Nandy, PhD (Media)
Centre for Media & Celebrity Studies

 

 

Testmonial-Nicola-Robbie“Emmanuel’s presentation on the use of films to underpin one’s resilience in the face of adversity resonated with our group.  His message can be applied by all organizational enterprises to help their teams push through an adversity with passion and grace to a rewarding and successful conclusion.”
Nicola Robbie, Financial Consultant
Investors Group

 

 

“Thank you for bringing focus to how watching certain inspiring films at critical times in our lives can be a form of self empowerment, as it is a very accessible form of personal therapy.”
Wendy Yip, Sr. Financial Advisor
Maple Bridge Financial

 

 

“Emmanuel is the man. Super. Take a breath and breathe this man and his words in. You will be better for it. I love this guy.”
Larry Gilman, Senior Consultant
Commcore Consulting Group

 

 

 

“Special thanks to Emmanuel Lopez-Motivatorman, your movie prescription and our talks about my blog is paying off with it now attracting advertisers. The Julie & Julia movie inspired me to write my wellness blog and my life mission is exploding thanks to your efforts! I am so ever grateful.”
Lynn Manwar, Wellness Detective and Blogger

 

 

“Emmanuel is all about passion. He has it, he shows it and he teaches you how to use your passions to help promote your best.”
Mark Mulholland, Investment Advisor
CIBC Wood Gundy

 

 

 

“I thoroughly enjoyed the session. It was such a gift to be able to sit down and have the opportunity to contemplate what I am passionate about. Your workshop got me more focused on what I need to do to focus on my passion and build the supports I need to make that happen.”
Louisa Jewell, President
Canadian Positive Psychology Association

 

 

“Emmanuel is a Gentle Genius. He invites us to travel with him through the silver screen where we find interesting characters, we find heroes, we find love and eventually – we find ourselves!”
Barry Spilchuk, Co-Author
Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul

 

 

“Emmanuel helps you align your personal or business goals with the potential of social networking. This is a much more helpful and inspiring way to learn the power behind these new tools.”
Beth Parker, Communications Consultant
President, CAWEE, Canadian Association of Women Executives & Entrepreneurs

 

 

Clients

TD Canada Trust

Investors Group

Ontario Ministry of Finance

Toronto Board of Trade

Royal Ontario Museum

Lululemon Athletica

General Motors of Canada

Feldman Daxon Partners

Zoomer Magazine

CAWEE, Canadian Association of Women Executives & Entrepreneurs

CWC, Canadian Women In Communications

ACPI, Association of Career Professionals International

COSTI Conference

IEP Conference, Internationally Educated Professionals

NewPath Network

Schulich School of Business

Art Institute of Boston

Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce

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