I Can...two powerful words that inspire our confidence...
Serve as a testament to our determination to succeed...
And reflect a desire to be our very best.
That's why thousands of educators, parents and leaders of youth
serving organizations across America are excited about the Customized
I CAN In-Service Programs. Through I CAN, they're not only learning
the ABC's of education, but more importantly, the ABC's of Life - Attitude,
Behavior, and Character. These are the fundamentals that enable individuals
to achieve their fullest potential and bring out the best in others.
If you are looking for a positive educational, informational, inspirational
and fun keynote address, in-service program, seminar, or a three day workshop,
the I CAN Program is for you!
an I CAN participant says...
We need to be teaching the
program in our school."
Alexander is a versatile, enthusiastic, committed,
talented, hard-working speaker who holds the attention
of audiences from vitually every walk of life.
I hear people talk about Bob's timing, his delivery,
his closing skills, his sense of humor, his inspiration,
his professionalism and his commitment, needless to
say, I'm impressed. . . . I might point out that I agree
with all of those evaluations and, most of all, the
fact that he's genuinely interested in helping other
people grow. When he was an employee and I was not available,
we frequently sent him to handle the engagement. Letters
we've received from program coordinators in every field
indicate that he gets the job done. He will get the
job done for you as well. I encourage you to invite
him. You'll be glad you did."
Bob Alexander President
Bob Alexander finished competing in a national black
belt karate tournament and within the same week
completed his eighteenth marathon in New York City,
he said, "I'm tired.”
While this is not a particularly
startling comment, just reading the accomplishments
of Bob Alexander fatigues most people. Bob has
excelled in almost every aspect of his life. As
an outstanding high school student who consistently
won honors, Bob carried that tradition into his
college career where he excelled as a dean's list
student, karate instructor and brigade commander