Darci Lang has a simple message; you have a choice when it comes to your attitude, professionally and personally. The choices you make effect yourself and your team. Darci will get you to ask yourself; What do you focus on? What do you focus on at work? What do you focus on with your co-workers? What do you focus on with the clients that you serve? What do you focus on in your personal family life? This is a simple valuable tool to add to your personal development tool box.
Darci Lang Has Built Three Award-winning Businesses
A positive attitude is the foundation of Darci’s success. Darci Lang has owned and operated three separate companies,worked with others and managed many different people. As owner of X-L Enterprises and past owner of the award winning Mallabar Tuxedo Rentals in Regina, Darci understands that working effectively within an area or unit requires you to work on yourself first.
As the demand increased for her personal story of turning business into success she turned to professional speaking and training – her third business endeavor. She then started to share her “Focusing on the 90%” message and others wanted to hear about her life story as well. The choice is to focus that magnifying glass on the 90% positive aspects, as opposed to the not so positive 10%. She has been speaking and training for over 25 years. Darci is proud to call Regina home. She is wife to Darren and mom to Jayda and John.
She helps to transform cultures, employee engagement and in turn – morale and profitability. From farmers, ironworkers and linesmen to medical professionals, educators and administration people, her connection to her audience is astounding.
Engaging, entertaining, and a powerful speaker whose message about ‘Focusing on the 90%’ is clear, insightful and most of all, important.
Her dedication and entrepreneurial skill have paid off. She is now a Best Selling author with her book “Focus on the 90%”. One simple tool to change the way you view your life.” Darci has won The Saskatchewan Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award and an Achieving Business Excellence (ABEX) Award. She was a finalist in the Canadian Woman of the Year Award and a three-time nominee for the nationally recognized Entrepreneur and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
She is truly someone who walks the talk.