Most topics are sourced from my book, Life Happens: What are YOU Going to Do About It? and will serve in unlocking the creative power in your life, personally, professionally and in relationships.
Based on almost four decades of research as well as experiences from my own and my clients lives, these interactive, fun and transformational presentations will teach you how to train your brain to use the power of choice in order to become creative on purpose (instead of a reactive victim) in all parts of your life.
TOPICS ARE DESIGNED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS:
The Power of Personal Leadership
When Life Does What It Does — Do Something Back
Principles of Effective Relationships
Freedom and the Art of Forgiveness
The Art of Listening
Misery Making or Joyful Living
Turning Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones
The Art of Spiritual Resilience
This is not about positive thinking or positive attitude. Instead these programs are about simple shifts in language and thinking you can use immediately to take ownership of your circumstances instead of them owning you! They are about taking leadership in your life, personally, relationally and professionally. These presentations come out of the world of coaching and are grounded in neuroscience.
Once you experience, first-hand, the essence and the victory of self-empowerment, you will have access to the resources needed to create greater health, wealth and happiness in your life, your career and your relationships. By the end of the presentation, you will have useful tools that you can use starting as soon as right now to change your life for the good.
You can empower yourself with your choices and actions.
You can transform your life by how you relate to your circumstances.
You ARE that powerful.
Thank you so much for your presentation on THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS. Not only was it extremely informative, but it was very interesting, full of experiential components, and very engaging. I am so grateful to you for the time and effort involved in being at the Theosophical Society. I’m looking forward to more interaction.Barbara B. Hebert, Ph.D