Noble Strength Way of Life
The Noble Strength Way of Life adds value to your life by:
- Inspiring you with rich life lessons and habits from animals
- Giving you a plan to help you live a life filled with consistent peace and prosperity
- Helping you to enjoy relationships with self and others built on your inner strength
- Motivating you to come back stronger from each challenge you face
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From the time I was 2 years old, I knew I had a connection to animals. I spent 29 years in business, exceling in areas such as sales, labor relations and as a Chief Operating Officer. I was ordained a Deacon in the Catholic Church in 2002. I started Daniel’s Dream Dog Rescue and today is President of the APLB. I am also a motivational speaker certified by John Maxwell.
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How can you fight toxins?
Attitude, Accountability, Actions
Daniel and I have been doing this along time. Toxins are something we specialize in. We use this word TOXINS to allow us the opportunity to deliver a message that “…if it is toxic, it has to be identified, battled, and eliminated.”
But was is the definition of Toxic? What is a Toxin? and Why do your students need to learn about it?
Let’s discuss how Daniel and I will deliver the messages that will have the people around you always thinking about Knocking Out Toxins
Joe has had a heart to save dogs his entire life. A survivor of anxiety and depression, he inspires others to knock out toxins while encouraging them to help save dogs in need.Learn More
Joe Dwyer is an amazing speaker. He is full of energy and passion. He spoke to the Animal Rights and Awareness Club at the school I teach in and the students absolutely loved hearing Daniel's story and all the additional messages Joe weaves into his talk. He flawlessly and effortlessly related to the students and wove messages of accountability throughout his stories. I would highly recommend Joe coming to speak in a school. I wish more of my students had attended this wonderful assembly because the messages were so important for our children to hear, Thank you Joe!Diana AmatoSocial Studies Teacher, Fort Lee High School
I have looked forward to these sessions each week. I think that it has fostered good communication between the different departments of the hospital. I also think people have gained a better understanding for what others deal with on a daily basis. Therefore, we have already achieved the goal of fostering better teamwork. The session on the behavioral styles was fun and also helpful in getting the supervisors thinking about how to approach different people.Liz McKnight, B.S., C.V.T.Clinic Services Manager
I reached out to Joe Dwyer to help our hospital make positive changes on many levels of leadership. He was very well prepared, articulate and easy to talk too. A number of the topics (i.e.: coaching, conflict resolution, communication and teamwork) helped to inspire and motivate my supervisors to become better leaders. Joe has an extensive background in management; mix that with his love of animals – made it very easy for him to relate to our hospital.
As the Patient Services Manager at OAH - I feel that we must be the best we can be – for the sake of our patients. I feel he brought my supervisory team closer together along with building a better team hospital wide. I look forward to continue working with Joe, to contour new topics every manager encounters.Karen Critchley-Capone, RVT Patient Services Manager at Oradell Animal Hospital
The Alfred C. MacKinnon Middle School in Wharton had the opportunity to host Joe Dwyer and his two furry companions, Daniel the Beagle and Shelby. Mr. Dwyer is an outstanding speaker and motivator! Students were engaged throughout the duration of the presentation. Also, Daniel and Shelby stole the show with their stories of survival and overcoming the odds to survive. Mr. Dwyer's message hits home with young audiences with topics that relate to their lives. I highly recommend having Mr. Joe Dwyer present at your school or business.Dr. Patrick Ketch, Principal
when we speak.
Together we can teach lessons about respecting themselves and others. Listen to these messages of respect, accountability, inspiration, and knocking out toxins. These are just some of the examples of the programs Daniel The Beagle and I will deliver to your student community.