Lani Click invites you to the next Forum of Clicking In, a non-profit focused on thought leadership and the exchange of ideas. Our goal is to bring together an influential community to transform and energize change. We have several forums a year with distinguished lecturers on current trends in art, theatre, music, and literature. Our emphasis also includes professionals in medicine, environmental sciences, education, and entrepreneurship. Our goal is to create leaders in all global aspects.
On May 2, 2012, Dena Sisk Foman talked about her book Only I Can Define Me: Releasing Shame and Growing Into My Adult Self. Ms. Foman founded The Let's Talk Initiative, Inc. which is a non-profit that strives to bring awareness to children's mental health issues. We followed with a panel discussion, "What's on Your Mind?".
On November 7, 2012, the subject was "There Are No Second Acts In American Life." We began with a dance performance from ArtStage, directed by Linda White. Our keynote speaker, Shirley Arkin spoke about her career as a showgirl in New York and Miami, opera singer, working with women in the Dade Correctional Institution, stockbroker for Prudential Securities, member of the Broadway Ziegfeld Entertainers, and was crowned Ms. Senior America. She sang Broadway songs. And when asked about her successful life, her advice was "Never give up."
On January 30, 2013, Frank Licari took time from his world tour with Jose Feliciano to be our keynote speaker. He illustrated comedy through a variety of vignettes, anecdotes, and interactions with the audience. He emphasized that children laugh much more than adults and as a result are much happier on a daily basis. Humor serves to emphasize truth and to reconnect us with our inner child. It serves to reduce heart disease, lose weight, improve breathing and sleep and makes us look young. So, "What's so Funny?" Laughter is excellent for physical, emotional, and mental health.
On March 20, 2013, Liz Sterling, author and radio broadcaster was our keynote speaker. She just completed her book, “Behind the Scenes ” which is full of celebrity interviews and life lessons. Her theme, “Everything Happens for a Reason” emphasized living our purpose. Liz engaged us in interactive exercises that reflected upon life history, significant people, events and our connection to the universe.
On April 24, 2013, Frank Eberling, an award winning filmmaker, shared some of the earliest movies filmed in Palm Beach County. He gave us insight into film history. Frank also talked about his film making projects including Conchtown, a feature film based on the life of early settlers to Palm Beach County.