"By far Courtney was the best, most relevant speaker we’ve ever had. She had us laughing and crying and totally engrossed in her story. Courtney was truly inspirational. If I could, I’d have her back every year."
Joanne Linden, Synopsys
“Courtney kept me on the edge of my seat with her knack for memorable story-telling. But more importantly, she gave me tools I can use every day to make a difference.”
Cheryl E. Cook, CEO, Small Biz BIG Results
Adapt Faster and Achieve More
Resilient individuals manage organizational change better, close more sales, deliver better customer service, and decrease employee turnover.
Accelerated Resilience is a strategy-based – not just attitude-based – way of mastering challenges as quickly as possible. Courtney works with organizations to build resilience in their team members so they can enjoy clarity, productivity, and adaptability. Cancer saved Courtney’s life, and now she has an action plan for managing the chaos, change, and other struggles getting in the way of your success.
In today’s busy world, you have to bounce back quickly. You need accelerated resilience.
Watch Courtney Now!
Sydna Marshall/ Scott, Douglass, & McConnico, L.L.P.
“We’ve all heard presentations and speeches, but they don’t always leave a lasting impression. Courtney has a gift – her presentation was animated, engaging, touching, personal and interactive, not unlike improv comedy. She reached her audience both in content and in her presentation style.”
Courtney’s Most Popular Presentations
Winning When Life Doesn't Go According to Plan
The Art of Accelerated Resilience
Adapt Faster and Achieve More
Practicing Resilient Leadership
How Leaders Stay Puffed Under Pressure
Tools to Move from Frustration to Fortitude
Melissa Threlkeld/ Cardinal Health
“The healthcare industry is one that is undergoing a lot of transformation, and as such, requires its leaders to embody resilience to meet the challenges and constant change. If you are looking for a great presentation on leaning on your own resilience during times of uncertainty or change that’s presented by an authentic, enthusiastic and inspiring leader, reach out to Courtney. Your expectations will be exceeded.”
Who Has Hired Courtney
Jasmine Freeman/ Office Dynamics
“We booked Courtney to speak at our event and she was more than we expected – in a great way. Working with Courtney was a joy from start to finish. From her thoughtful messages, well-organized systems to her professionalism at our event and her flawless command of the stage during her presentation, we were beyond pleased with the outcome. Courtney is genuine, relatable, offers great energy, has an outstanding message and speaking style and she quickly became a favorite with our audience.”
As Seen On
Frank B. and Meredith B., via Twitter/ Universal Orlando Resort
“I love this – “version 2 is better” = great mantra for @UniversalORL sales and marketing teams”
“@Courtney_LClark ‘s resilience breakout session at #YouU2016 is motivational & inspirational. Thx Courtney! #resilience #universalorlando”
Courtney Clark is the luckiest unlucky person in the world. At age 26, Courtney beat melanoma. But five years post-cancer, routine follow-up scans detected an aneurysm in her brain that was close to hemorrhaging. Courtney underwent a series of brain surgeries at age 31 to remove the aneurysm. She is the author of two books on resilience – The Giving Prescription, and The Successful Struggle: Powerful Techniques to Achieve Accelerated Resilience.
Today, Courtney works with teams and individuals who want to adapt faster and achieve more. Her presentations are designed to help you adapt when the stakes are high and life doesn’t go according to plan. She is passionate about sharing her techniques for bouncing back, letting go of the plan, and getting clarity when life, love, or work send you on a detour.
If you’ve suffered a loss or trauma, you probably feel that life as you know it has changed forever. Courtney Clark has been there, and in The Giving Prescription, she shares a fresh approach to the healing journey: one focused on the fact that helping behaviors – like volunteering, donating, and advocating – can help survivors find their footing after a major loss. As she draws from her own experiences with cancer and brain surgery as well as other real-life stories, she shows how understanding the power of helping others can transform your journey of recovery.
Not just resilience tools, but the right resilience tools for the challenges you are facing. Not all coping techniques are created equal. Choosing the wrong technique might actually get in the way of your recovery. The research-based techniques in The Successful Struggle combine left-brain strategies with right-brain approaches to achieving resilience faster than ever before. When change, chaos, or other struggles are getting in the way of your success, you need quick, proven methods to overcome the barriers in your path. You need accelerated resilience.
Save Your Breath: Why Debating Is a Waste of Time
I got a pretty good (if embarrassing) lesson in confirmation bias this week. I received an email from a […]Read More ›
Shocking News: Gratitude Journaling Might Not Be Good for You
A recent study published in The Journal of Positive Psychology explains why only writing about gratitude and good things in […]Read More ›
What it Really Felt Like to Abandon My Dream (and How I Survived)
“I don’t want to do this anymore.” The thought didn’t hit me all at once; it crept up on […]Read More ›
Courtney travels from Austin, Texas to provide accelerated resilience and motivation to groups worldwide.