Uplifting Your Spirits in a Down Economy - A Panel Discussion
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Economy got you down? All the negative news we’re hearing combined with grim predictions for the future can really put you in a state of despondency and raise your stress level. So how can you cope with the changing times and keep your spirits up and your career in focus? Come to the Independent Business Women’s Circle’s lively, interactive panel discussion…and breathe a little easier!
The panel features experts in their fields who can provide solutions to keep you on track and help you fall in love with life again. Our panelists are:
Carol Nack - a practicing Eclectic Psychotherapist and Life Coach for 35 Years. Her workshops have been called "compelling, engaging, experiential ….leaves one with renewed positive energy and possibilities for a change in mind, body, and spirit.” Marcia Isman - a wellness home consultant for 16 years, she has been encouraging her clients to bring the healing power of nature into their homes and their lives. She will be speaking on "Lowering Stress...By Turning Your Home into A Wellness Oasis.” Eileen Lichtenstein - Peak Performance Success Coach and Certified Anger Management Specialist, EFT Practitioner, Life-Career Coach and author of SOAR! with Resilience™, she will focus on gratitude – finding the goodness in your life which helpsyou connect to something larger than your individual experience. Tami Racaniello – a CPFT-HFI, Health Empowerment Coach, President of It's Time to Get Fit, Inc., Certified Personal Trainer, Nutritional Consultant, Reiki Master, Pilates & Yoga Instructor, Tami will demonstrate fun exercises that can be done anywhere to release stress, increase energy levels, and create a happy and healthy mind and body.
Admission is $20 for non-members and $5 for members. Lunch will be served beginning at 12 followed by round robin introductions at 12:15. The panel discussion will begin at 12:30. All are welcome. Reserve your space by emailing email@example.com or calling Karen at 631.754.6640. To learn more about the Independent Business Women’s Circle – now in its 14th year - join us on Facebook, Linkedin, Meetup or visit www.ibwc.org.
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Independent Business Women's Circle of Long Island & Queens
IBWC is different than other networking organizations for women. Camaraderie is encouraged as much as networking. While most members are self-employed, IBWC welcomes those employed by companies in a more independent capacity. The group's philosophy is that it is truly through both relationship-building and information/resource-sharing that women can grow, take risks, launch successful businesses, cultivate new clients and careers, share trade secrets, and enrich their personal and professional lives. IBWC believes that women have a limitless potential to achieve, particularly with the right support system and role models.