Change What You Think & Improve Today; Change How You Think & Improve Every Day CANTON, OH (October 4, 2010) – Charles Darwin said it best almost 150 years ago - the key to surviving (and thriving!) is adaptability. At the AultCare Fast Break Breakfast on Oct. 8, you’ll hear an uplifting presentation from Paul Meschanko, as he uncovers the "mental mechanics” necessary to successfully manage change in our professional and personal lives. Thinking determines attitudes, behaviors and habits, and Meschanko explains the mechanics of thinking better than anyone! Registration begins at 7 a.m. with the program and breakfast following at 7:30 a.m. AultCare Fast Break Breakfasts are held at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 4375 Metro Circle in North Canton. Tickets are $18 for Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce members, $21 for member tickets purchased less than 48 hours in advance and $25 for non-members. Tickets are available online at, or by calling Rosie Kurtz at (330) 458-2085. RSVP by Oct. 6. Beyond this important segment of the program, Fast Break attendees have the opportunity to obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities at an event that has built a reputation as one of the most energetic lead-producing sessions around. Bring a door prize valued at $15 or more and receive 30 seconds at the microphone to promote your business. About the Speaker: Meschanko spent more than a decade in the corporate trenches, surrounded by attitudes and practices that often kept good people – and good organizations – from reaching their full potential. Working in sales and new product development for a Fortune 50 company, Meschanko refused to succumb to the excuses, finger-pointing and hidden agendas that crippled so many of his peers. It was often a tough road, but it was always the right road. Today, with more than a decade of successful presentation experiences to his credit, he is recognized throughout North America as an authority on improving organizational culture and productivity. He understands organizational culture from the inside and has a phenomenal record for affecting long-term cultural change. ###