February 1, 2006 Luncheon

Diane Conway

Author of "What would you do if you had no fear?"

What would you do?

Have you ever daydreamed about taking a risk but felt paralyzed by fear? Can you imagine finding your dream home, embracing a career you love, or simply taking time off to travel the world? In What Would You Do If Had No Fear, Diane presents stories of men and women who break through their fears to fulfill their lifelong dreams. Humorous, touching, and real, this moving collection will help you turn "if only" and "I wish" into "I can" and "I will," and inspire you to take a leap of faith and truly live.

Diane Conway is a self-described "do over" queen and survivor, riddled with fears who lives her dreams anyway. A speaker, author, and popular stand-up comic, she lives on a houseboat with her husband in Sausalito, California.

Diane is available for workshops, retreats, and as a keynote speaker. Audiences love her witty and inspiring programs, and in addition to speaking at conventions and conferences, Diane's one-woman show had 'em rolling in the aisles in comedy clubs from Vegas to Nashville.


Keynotes and classes to-date have included:

What Would You Do If You Had No Fear?
Living your dreams while quakin’ in your boots

Life Is Too Important To Be Taken Seriously

The Fairy Godmother’s Guide to Dating and Mating at Any Age

Write That Book Now!



Dynamic speaker and funny lady Diane Conway is the author of two books:


What Would You Do If You Had No Fear?
Living your dreams while quakin’ in your boots!

The Fairy Godmother’s Guide to Dating and Mating


Raves

"Funny, positive, upbeat."
San Francisco Chronicle

"You are an absolute delight! It is always wonderful to have guests that know how to talk."
Joan Rivers

"Conway is one of today’s funny women."
The Tennessean

"By far the most entertaining thing on TV all week."
The Sunday Express, London

"You were absolutely outstanding!"
City Clerks of California

"You are truly a great speaker and entertainer!"
California Women’s Conference

"Your wisdom and humor are entertaining and enlightening."
UCLA School of Medicine

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