StarMaker 2018

Three days designed to help you strengthen the connection in all areas of your life.

“Balance is the cement that holds everything together in the midst of life’s journey.”

“Without balance, the storms of life will tear your Living House apart.”



Our theme for StarMaker 2018, Finding Balance For Your Life, is going to provide you with a step-by-step look at each room of your life (Business, Family, Social and Personal). Together, we are going to learn the purpose of each room, what creates the disconnect between your rooms, create a plan to strengthen the connection between these rooms and find the common purpose, common agenda and common commitment that ties these rooms together.


Bryan Kendrick

Special Guest Speaker


Day 1 – Friday, July 27 @ 8:15am-12:00pm

Balance demands order in your life. It requires you to be able to define what is important to you. This means you MUST have priorities. Priorities are “the things in your life you define as important through your behavior.” In this session, we’ll explore the meaning and purpose of priorities. Get a proven 7 step process to connecting balance and focus.

Bob Buchheit

Special Guest Speaker

Understanding The Front Door Of Your Life

Day 2 – Saturday, July 28 @ 8:15am-12:00pm

Your life is made up of you and all the people who share all aspects of your life. The challenge is knowing whom you should let into your life and whom you should not. In this session, you will examine the power of your life’s front door, who to open and not open the door of your life to, and experience the 6 principles to use to make sure you are opening your life to the right people.

Dr. Dawn Hill-Mullis

Special Guest Speaker


Day 3 – Sunday, July 29 @ 8:15am-12:00pm

To achieve Balance in your life, you must have a road map. The purpose of your road map is to keep you pointed toward moving forward by finding your “more’ for your life. This is not a map you can Google; it is one you must design by understanding the importance of your 4 rooms, keeping them connected with the right behavior, and knowing the 7 steps that will keep you balanced in life.


Bob Sima (pronounced sEYE-ma) is to music what Wayne Dyer, Don Miguel Ruiz, and Eckhart Tolle are to books and Rumi, Hafiz, and David Whyte are to poetry. He has been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar.” He is a “Transformational Troubadour,” a way-shower, a guide, an awakener, and a musical mystic. Through the medium of melody and message, he leads listeners to an expanded consciousness, deeper sense of connection, and inner peace and purpose. His music bridges daily life and soul consciousness, the eternal with the now. He delivers instantly accessible songs that take up residence and resonance in your soul.


StarMaker 2018 will be hosted at the beautiful Chattanoogan Hotel. Located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga with spectacular views of Lookout Mountain.


The Chattanoogan Hotel
1201 Broad Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402


Main Info


Make your reservations today by calling or booking online.
Rooms are very limited at this special group rate.


Richard Flint’s StarMaker 2018



The Chattanoogan’s newly renovated 350-square-foot contemporary double deluxe guestrooms are beautifully furnished with two double beds topped with pillow mattresses, a work desk, small table and accent chair.
The Chattanoogan’s newly renovated 350-square-foot king deluxe guestrooms are beautifully decorated with one king bed topped with a pillow mattress, a work desk, small table and accent chair.

To make your room reservation, please call 1-800-619-0018 or Click Here to Book Online.


1001 Airport Rd
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Directions from the airport to The Chattanooga Hotel:
Follow Highway 153 south to I-75 South. Take I-24 West toward Chattanooga. Exit at #178 and follow U.S. 27 North. Take exit 1A and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks, turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks, turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.

The Chattanoogan Hotel

1201 Broad Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Chattanooga Airport

1001 Airport Rd
Chattanooga, TN 37421


Together let’s work toward finding balance for your life.

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What will be the daily schedule?

If you’ve been to a conference before, you know Richard doesn’t pack the day full. He believes the mind can only retain what the seat is able to sustain.

After each session ends at 12:00 p.m. noon, you are on your own to play and relax.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes early each day to find your assigned seating. No later than 8:15 a.m.

Richard begins promptly at 8:30 a.m.

What is the dress code for the event?

Business/sporty casual. Please, no blue jeans, tank tops, t-shirts or cut-off shorts.

Meeting rooms are normally cooler than other parts of the hotel, so a jacket or sweater is suggested.

Tips to provide the best experience:

  • Show up on time.
  • Keep your attention focused on the speaker(s).
  • Never interrupt the speaker or someone else who is asking a question.
  • When you get up, please push your chair in.
  • Have fun.

Recording and Electronics

Although it’s generally expected that you’ll have your electronics equipment with you, be respectful of others.

Turn off the sound on your tablet or laptop if you bring them to meetings. Put your cell phone on silent during all sessions.

Richard’s programs — both what you see and what you hear — are fully copyrighted by Flint, Inc.

No audio or video recording is allowed.

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