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10:05 am Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

“You’ll never know what will happen next. — And this is OK.” How improv skills will help you thrive.

Uncertainty or losing control in life scares most of us. What if you could learn how to deal better with uncertainty? Improv skills help you to do precisely this. If you apply them, they can also make your life more vibrant and exciting.

In improv theater, the players also never know what will happen next because they can’t control their fellow players. So how do they do it? How can they create funny or moving scenes seemingly out of the blue?

In her talk, Claudia will let you in on some secrets of the trade. The most important thing is: The players don’t act randomly but follow specific “rules” and have internalized the so-called “improv mindset”.

During the talk, she will discuss guiding themes like “YES! And… — Accepting what is”, “Step by step”, “Play the scene you would love to see”, or “Fail with serenity”.

And if all the players on stage do this, then they can collaboratively create something wonderful, amazing or even great (sometimes!). Just like in life!

Speaker: Claudia Scheidemann, Author, Coach, improv player — mainly not on stage.
Claudia Scheidemann
Claudia Scheidemann is a Barbara Sher Coach and helps people to feel good about their lives. She facilitates the smooth collaboration of groups in workshops (online and on-premises). As a pharmacist, she writes articles about health care. Claudia does not believe in a “one-word-job-title” anymore.

She tremendously enjoys writing and telling stories. On her blog “Ich bin Viele”, she writes about her multiple life challenges due to losses, illness, and unforeseeable other stuff. Currently, she also works on her first novel. She is the creator of the “60 Questions Challenge” — a self-reflection program that helps discover your authentic self, values,
priorities, and thinking style by journaling.

Besides that, Claudia loves to read, work in her garden, go on long walks, and have endless conversations with her husband.

Website:
as Author www.ichbinviele.de/hello (partly in English)
as Coach: www.scheidemann-training.de (German)
Schedule a coaching session: www.buymeacoffee.com/claudia.writes/e/19064
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ClaudiaScheidemannCoaching
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/the10minuteday
Email: cs@scheidemann-training.de

Check out her free “60-Questions-Challenge” by following her on Instagram or Facebook. You can start anytime.



10:30 am Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

How to Be a Life-Changing Author and Speaker by Next February

We’ll be repeating this telesummit on February 12, 2022 with a new group of people who want to write books that change lives and earn good money by speaking about things that matter. If you’ve got ten hours a week available, beginning next month, you could be one of them.

Let us teach you all of Barbara’s shortcuts to getting started in writing and speaking about a topic dear to your heart. It’s a great career!

WriteSpeak Online was developed by Barbara Sher, best-selling author of I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was, Wishcraft, Live the Life You Love, It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now and Refuse to Choose, to teach you the methods she learned and invented to make it possible to make a good living as an author and speaker.

During this session, WriteSpeak coaches Patty Newbold and Patrice Jenkins will answer all your questions about her year-long WriteSpeak program, which begins again on March 6th. Registration opens today.

Speakers: Patty Newbold, WriteSpeak coach since 2007, award-winning marriage blogger and Director, Sher Success Teams
Patty Newbold
Patty Newbold has been a performance improvement consultant to managers of Fortune 100 companies, universities and government agencies since 1974. She’s been involved with research on urban innovation for the National Science Foundation and positive psychology for the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center. Her blog at AssumeLove.com helps thousands of people enjoy being married. This year, she published two journals to help marriages, Agreed and Loved. Patty also directs Sher Success Teams, runs Barbara’s Club and Genius Press, and helps members of WriteSpeak master Barbara’s techniques and get friendly with the technology of writing, publishing, teleworkshops and online marketing.

Patrice Jenkins, Ph.D., organizational psychologist and retirement expert
Patricia Jenkins
Patrice Jenkins Ph.D. is an organizational psychologist, consultant, and frequent speaker on topics related to psychological and social preparation for retirement. Her online course, A Guide to Take the Weirdness Out of Retirement is available at Udemy.com. Dr. Jenkins is also the author of What Will I Do All Day? Wisdom to get you Over Retirement and on with Living! She joined WriteSpeak in 2007 and joined Patty and Barbara in teaching the WriteSpeak Teleworkshops last year. You can find Patrice at patricejenkins.com/

Website: Barbara Sher’s WriteSpeak program



11:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Me, My Dad and Herod’s Temple — Writing Memoir

Herod’s Temple in East Anglia

My book is a memoir, the story partly of me, and partly of my father.

Alec Garrard was an East Anglian farmer who in the late 1980s decided to build a model of Herod’s Temple in his barn. Having scoured the Bible for references to the Temple, he came to the conclusion that it told him very little, so he began to read the Mishnah. Other sources led him to the only Roman commentator who was contemporary with Herod’s Temple, Josephus Flavius.

All this Temple contemplation and building had, of course, an effect on those around him. ‘How easy it was to consider someone barmy, who for many years immersed himself deeper and deeper into a fantasy world and spent his time in an unheated barn fiddling about with such an apparently never ending, meaningless and pointless project,’ says W.G. Sebald, who once wrote about visiting this man in the barn—my father. But Alec didn’t see it as a pointless project. Not with all the history he learnt, or the people he met—the professors from Oxford, the archaeologists from Jerusalem, or the ultra-Orthodox Jews from London. It was his mission, taking the everyday ordinary material world into the extraordinary, his light into the darkness.

For all that this is a story about my father, it also explores memoir and takes a trip around the English farm, chapel and village of my childhood.

Speaker: Linda Jane James, Memoir writer, Early Years teacher and Storyteller
Linda Jane James



11:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

If I’m So Smart, Why Do I Procrastinate? How to Go from Stuck To Success In Every Part Of Your Life

Are you resisting moving forward on a big project like your own side hustle, speaking career or book? If you are ready to get out of your own way and experience the same great opportunities which come to those who consistently finish projects, then join Rachel for this workshop.

In 30 minutes Rachel will show you exactly how to take your most important project from a dead stall into honest-to-goodness forward motion.

Cornell’s unique methodology is a culmination of 22 years’ experience as a coach, teacher and workshop leader, helping people finish important projects like dissertations, books, life transitions and business launches. Learn how to make your life align with your priorities, values and motivational style so you can create what you want for yourself and the world.

This popular workshop typically has a “hot seat” opportunity. If you’re frustrated and stuck on a project, be sure to come early to the workshop for your chance at the hot seat.

Speaker: Rachel Cornell, Author of First, You Sit: The Guided Journal to Help You Finish Your Book and Founder of ProNagger.com
Rachel Cornell
Rachel Cornell guides clients and groups through the “Right Effort Method” for creating conscious, meaningful and lasting success in the whole of one’s life.

Author Julie Vogel calls Cornell, “The Book Whisperer.”
Barbara Sher said, “I don’t know anyone who doesn’t need what Rachel teaches.”

Website: pronagger.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RachelZCornell
Procrastination Help: ProNagger.com/coach



12:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Stop Taking Things Personally and Start Loving Life

The surprising self-care skill nobody told you about.

Join Eugenie for this 20-minute workshop to get out of emotional suffering and start enjoying yourself. Taking things personally is a habit most of us have. And it underlies most conflicts that we experience, often causing us lots of emotional pain. What can we do?

Speaker: Eugenie Basu, MA, MBA, author of Stop Taking Things Personally
Certified Life and Weight Coach

Eugenie Basu
Eugenie Basu, MA, MBA, Certified Life and Weight Coach. Eugenie is passionate about helping women prioritize themselves and enjoy life by reducing stress, overwhelm, and relationship conflict. Her book, Stop Taking Things Personally, Start Enjoying Yourself will be published this month.



12:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

4 Reasons Why We Don’t Achieve our Dreams (And What to Do About It!)

If achieving all of our dreams was easy, everyone would do it. What’s stopping us? Learn four reasons people don’t achieve their dreams and discover things you can do to overcome those obstacles and get on the path to dream fulfillment.

Speaker: Michele Vosberg, Ph.D., Author of Morning Messages: 6 Minutes a Day to the Life of Your Dreams, Award Winning Educator, International Speaker, Dream Maker
Michele Vosberg
Michele Vosberg, Ph.D., Author of Morning Messages: 6 Minutes a Day to the Life of Your Dreams, Award Winning Educator, International Speaker, Dream Maker

Website: michelevosberg.com

Check out Michele’s newly published book, Morning Messages: 6 Minutes a Day to the Life of Your Dreams



1:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Resting to Rise: Change the World Faster…By Sleeping On It

The act of even simply witnessing violence, disrespect, and disregard of other people and our planet can be harmful to health. It’s why a lot of people skip following the news altogether.

And yet, to redress injustices, we have to look at them squarely—risking the consequences to mental and physical health that come with perceiving injustice.

Luckily, when we feel like what we do matters, and when we are in community with others to redress injustices we care about, that can actually be good for our health and well-being. To generate and enact solutions to effectively redress injustice, in community, requires a creative mindset and tendency to act—however imperfectly. Yet when we hear the phrase “being creative” many of us think that’s beyond us, something only a gifted few can be. The truth is, to be human is to be creative. And this includes you.

Tapping into your deep well of creativity is less about active mining, and more about receptive allowing. That’s because much of it is underneath our conscious awareness.

Come learn a surprising reason why lying down and closing your eyes for 20 minutes might be the best productivity tool of them all—for you, society, and the planet.

Speaker: Benita Jackson, PhD MPH, Smith College Professor of Psychology and trained facilitator in the Daring to Rest™ Yoga Nidra Method
Benita Jackson
An award-winning college psychology professor and mentor who for more than two decades has studied and taught about the psychology of how society “gets under the skin.” She’s the mama of beloved zesty fraternal twin boys who gleefully get under her skin most chances they get.

Instagram: instagram.com/restingtorise
Twitter: twitter.com/restingtorise

Check out Benita’s upcoming Resting To Rise: Self- And World-Transformation…With Ease? Workshop



1:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021

Keynote with Valerie Young, Ed.D.: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It

Now that Barbara Sher is no longer with us, we wondered how we could make her annual Telesummit exciting this year. Then Valerie Young said yes! Many of you know Valerie from Making Dreams Happen, a life-changing workshop in Boulder, Colorado with Valerie Young, Barbara Sher, and Barbara Winter that became a life-changing audio program on how to replace your job with work you really love.

But Valerie’s real expertise and mission, which she will share with you during the Telesummit, is the impostor syndrome, that fear that you don’t deserve what you’ve achieved and you’re going to be found out. It stops so many of us from starting that business, applying for that job, finishing that dissertation, writing that book, or trying out for that part. Please enjoy this keynote session and learn how to thrive in spite of those feelings because, as Valerie says, “Everyone loses when bright people play small.”

No recording will be available for this very special keynote address.

Speaker: Valerie Young, Ed.D., author, speaker, and expert on impostor syndrome
Valerie Young
Dr. Valerie Young is an internationally-known expert on impostor syndrome and author of award-winning book The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It (Crown Business/Random House), now available in six languages.

Her career-related tips have been cited in dozens of business and popular publications around the world and she’s been interviewed on countless programs including the BBC, Minnesota Public Radio, and Yahoo Finance.

Valerie YoungA former manager of strategic marketing at a Fortune 200 company herself, Valerie has shared her practical advice with tens of thousands of executives, managers, and professionals in major corporations in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Valerie has spoken to tens of thousands of students, faculty, and staff at over 100 colleges and universities in the US, Canada, Japan, and the UK.

Website: impostorsyndrome.com

Valerie’s book, The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It is available from Amazon or your favorite Indie bookstore



2:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

The Healing Power of Indigenous Stories

Speaker: Michelle M. Jacob (Yakama), PhD, Professor of Indigenous Studies, Managing Member of Anahuy Mentoring, LLC
Michelle Jacob
Michelle M. Jacob is an enrolled member of the Yakama Nation and is currently Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Department of Education Studies at the University of Oregon, where she also serves as Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies, and Affiliated Faculty in the Environmental Studies Program. Michelle engages in scholarly and activist work that seeks to understand and work toward a holistic sense of health and well-being within Indigenous communities and among allies who wish to engage decolonization.

In addition to her academic publications, Michelle has written The Auntie Way and two more books on Yakama teachings published this year: Huckleberries & Coyotes, and Fox Doesn’t Wear a Watch!

Blog: www.auntieway.com
Website: www.anahuymentoring.com

Check out Michelle’s newly published books, The Auntie Way: Stories Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity and Huckleberries & Coyotes: Lessons from Our More than Human Relations, as well as her soon-to-be-published Fox Doesn’t Wear a Watch: Lessons from Mother Nature’s Classroom and her upcoming workshop, Indigenous Time Management: How to Be Smart as a Log



3:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

The Power of Community

Do you feel like you lack support in your life? Do you look at your social circles and not get inspired? Check out this workshop to learn more about what the power of community can do for you and your life. So many times we want to pursue our dreams but we are not around the right communities. Come to this workshop to learn more about what you can do to get plugged into the right group and what steps to take.

Speaker: Jennifer Sanchez, MasterOfCreatingCommunities~Motivational Speaker~Life Coach~Radio Host~Author~
Marathon Runner
Jennifer_SanchezJennifer Sanchez is a big believer that women can have it all. She is the president and founder of The Women’s Institute of Self Development and Efficacy (WISE). Early on in her life, she recognized the need to empower and provide a supportive environment for women. She believes that if you can help women in all areas of her life, she will be most effective both at work and at home. Thus, Jennifer has researched and created training and coaching programs, podcasts, workshops, support groups, and motivational talks not only to help women transform their lives but enhance their existing ones. She attained a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences from the University of Illinois at Chicago and learned coaching techniques from Neighbor Works Training Institute. Jennifer has received support group training from Focus Ministries to help women who are in abusive relationships. She is also a contributing author in Today’s Inspired Latina, Volume 4. Before launching WISE, she worked in the not-for-profit world providing financial education, academic advising, and career coaching to thousands of individuals throughout the Chicagoland area looking to change their lives. Jennifer resides in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with her husband, three daughters, and Doberman Pinscher named “Ruby.” You can find her LIVE every Monday morning at 7:15 a.m.on her business Facebook page and youtube channel @womensselfdevelopment for her weekly show called WISE Morning Coffee Chats.

Website: Womensselfdevelopment.org
Facebook: facebook.com/womensselfdevelopmentefficacy
Facebook: facebook.com/womensselfdevelopment
Join our FREE FB GROUP Community: facebook.com/groups/WISEWomensSupportGroup
Instagram: instagram.com/womensselfdevelopment/
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/womensselfdevelopment



3:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Potential Development Workshop

This workshop on Leadership Skills is about building an effective team, motivating people to perform, and creating an encouraging environment. Andrea will share with you the five results of great leaders to make you aware of the impact which can be attained by leading others.

An encouraging atmosphere, support for each other, and organizational skills will help your team to perform with excellence. This workshop will make it possible for you to think of terrific ideas which can create awesome opportunities for you as a leader.

Speaker: Andrea Brigitte Klee, expert on empowerment and creative thinking
Andrea Klee
Andrea Brigitte Klee is a workshop leader, trainer and coach who offers personal and business development services. When completing her degree as a Diplom-Mathematician, Andrea developed her skills, specializing in problem solving. In her workshops, she uses exercises which develop and strengthen teams, as well as providing team members with revelatory insights.

Andrea believes that fostering talent and being a mentor are both integral parts of leadership. She enjoys developing leaders, figuring out innovative solutions, and encouraging integrity, fairness, and collaboration. Her professional life as a workshop leader gives her the opportunity to be a source of leadership, wisdom and enthusiasm.



4:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Be Weird, Make Money: How to Earn Money in Ways as Unique as You Are

If you’ve been told that you can’t earn money because what you love is “too weird” or quirky—that “Nobody makes money doing ‘THAT’ (insert whatever makes your heart sing that no understands).”

Or if you have a need to have a time and location independent income stream—either because you have wanderlust, or you have a health condition that keeps you from committing to a job(even work-at-home options don’t work, because you still have to clock in at regular hours, and you don’t always know *when* you’re going to feel well enough to work)—there are options available to you, but I bet no one has ever told you about them!

Well, buckle up! In this micro-workshop, we’ll be talking about how to create something that suits YOUR interests and YOUR needs, rather than you having to, once again, try to squash yourself into ready-made expectations and jobs.

Speaker: Kimberly Stewart, author, speaker, Registered Success Teams Leader, Profit From Your Passions consultant, standard nerd
Kimberly Stewart
As a small business idea consultant, Kimberly Stewart helps people design super-personalized income streams. Using the Profit From Your Passions “Life First, Work Second” method, she begins with the question, “What do want your life to look like?” to find what the person needs and wants, THEN figure out the money part. With almost 20 years’ experience as a Registered Success Teams Leader, she deeply understands the needs of scanners (she is one herself!), the power of Resistance, as well as the power of having a good team rooting for you to succeed. She is the author of two books and has spoken at numerous events on this topic. In the last year, she branched out to create to virtual summit events—the “Independent Livelihood Expo” (designed to help people with health conditions develop time and location independent income streams) as well as “Side Quest Profits” (designed to help people who love games make money from that passion). She graduated from Naropa University in 2007, having double majored in Contemplative Psychology and Visual art.

Website: BeWeirdMakeMoney.com

Check out Kimberly’s upcoming Be Weird, Make Money! Workshop



4:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Finding Money + Happiness to Reach Your Goal

Are you short of cash for an important goal? In tough economic times, it’s often easier to find money by spending less than it is to go out and earn more.

But what if a spending cut seems impossible — or sure to make you miserable?
There’s a way around that. Find more money and more happiness with the Happiness Money-Finder system.

Why tackle these together? Well, money and happiness are very different things but they work well together. We all know it feels good to reach a financial goal. But many people don’t realize that feeling good makes it easier to reach that financial goal. It’s a positive cycle. And you can start that cycle in surprisingly easy ways.

Developed to help people care for themselves when stressed by debt, the Happiness Money-Finder also works for anyone with a goal requiring money.

Today’s mini-workshop outline this original system, focusing on step one, the lifestyle-tweaking Acts of Happiness. Discover the financial potential in even small lifestyle changes! If you decide to learn more, take a 50% discount for the double workshop listed below.

Speaker: Jeannine Mitchell, Finance Writer and Speaker
Claudia Scheidemann
Jeannine Mitchell is an award-winning finance writer and former associate editor with Financial Post. Jeannine’s psychology degree and low-income upbringing shaped a holistic viewpoint that’s unusual in personal finance. Her work has been published in dozens of publications in North America and Asia, where she once worked.

Founder and editor of the educational site Student Finance 101/ Debt 101, Jeannine is also the author of the 5-star rated e-book Ka-Ching: How your family can cut thousands off your student debt without spending a cent — seriously.

Website: www.studentfinance101.org

Check out Jeannine’s upcoming Happiness Money-Finder Workshops



5:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

How to Be a Life-Changing Author and Speaker by Next February

We’ll be repeating this telesummit on February 12, 2022 with a new group of people who want to write books that change lives and earn good money by speaking about things that matter. If you’ve got ten hours a week available, beginning next month, you could be one of them.

Let us teach you all of Barbara’s shortcuts to getting started in writing and speaking about a topic dear to your heart. It’s a great career!

WriteSpeak Online was developed by Barbara Sher, best-selling author of I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was, Wishcraft, Live the Life You Love, It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now and Refuse to Choose, to teach you the methods she learned and invented to make it possible to make a good living as an author and speaker.

During this session, WriteSpeak coaches Patty Newbold and Patrice Jenkins will answer all your questions about her year-long WriteSpeak program, which begins again on March 6th. Registration opens today.

Speakers: Patty Newbold, WriteSpeak coach since 2007, award-winning marriage blogger and Director, Sher Success Teams
Patty Newbold
Patty Newbold has been a performance improvement consultant to managers of Fortune 100 companies, universities and government agencies since 1974. She’s been involved with research on urban innovation for the National Science Foundation and positive psychology for the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center. Her blog at AssumeLove.com helps thousands of people enjoy being married. This year, she published two journals to help marriages, Agreed and Loved. Patty also directs Sher Success Teams, runs Barbara’s Club and Genius Press, and helps members of WriteSpeak master Barbara’s techniques and get friendly with the technology of writing, publishing, teleworkshops and online marketing.

Patrice Jenkins, Ph.D., WriteSpeak coach since 2020, organizational psychologist and retirement expert
Patricia Jenkins
Patrice Jenkins Ph.D. is an organizational psychologist, consultant, and frequent speaker on topics related to psychological and social preparation for retirement. Her online course, A Guide to Take the Weirdness Out of Retirement is available at Udemy.com. Dr. Jenkins is also the author of What Will I Do All Day? Wisdom to get you Over Retirement and on with Living! She joined WriteSpeak in 2007 and joined Patty and Barbara in teaching the WriteSpeak Teleworkshops last year.You can find Patrice at patricejenkins.com/

Website: Barbara Sher’s WriteSpeak program



5:30 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

Balance: Advancing Our Story

Join Tammy for this timely 30-minute workshop on restoring balance in order to advance your story during these challenging times. Enjoy a quick story about how Tammy was inspired to travel to spend last year’s Telesummit with Barbara Sher; subsequently, the wisdom that Barbara shared during that visit led Tammy to overcome the resistance around creating balance. Do you ever think you are too busy, or you don’t have the time or money, or you could not possibly do what you want to right now? Multi-tasking, FOMO (screen time, social media, the news, etc.), unrealistic expectations from others and countless distractions and disconnections rob us from our natural state of balance. Celebrate the gems that Barbara shared with Tammy during last year’s Telesummit, and learn a few quick and easy strategies to create balance in your life, and advance your own story.

Speaker: Tammy Garver, MS – author, success speaker, certified transformational coach and spiritual healer
Tammy Garver
Tammy Garver began following Barbara Sher in 1996 when a copy of Teamworks fell into her lap, inspiring Tammy to meet Barbara Sher in Corfu Greece and later to become Barbara’s Book Club Facilitator. Tammy coaches and provides support with energy healing, balancing and emotional clearing with Psych-K, the Silva Method, archetypal patterns and sacred shamanic practices. Tammy believes in empowering humans to find the magic within themselves to heal and experience a more successful life according to one’s own sovereignty. Tammy Garver is the founder and administrator of Creating Success Stories. Tammy has over 25 years’ experience promoting emotional wellness and helping clients create a life they love by tapping into their unique gifts and inner wisdom while focusing on progress, not perfection.

Check out Tammy’s newly published book, Balance: A Journal Workbook to Help You Make and Enjoy Choices That Get You Where You Want to Go in Life



6:05 pm Eastern Saturday, February 6, 2021 (click on the title to listen, right-click or drag it onto iTunes to download a copy)

3 Insider Secrets To Self-Care When You’re Caring For Others

(Psst…Want to know a secret? This mini-workshop is jam-packed with helpful tips you can use even if you’re not a caregiver!)

In this busy and often stressful world of expectations, obligations and responsibilities, just about everyone can benefit from creating a customized plan for self-care. This is especially important if you are caring for elderly parents, grandparents, family members, friends, a partner, children, or all of the above!

The great news is that by practicing good self-care we can not only feel happier and healthier, but we can also reclaim our energy and patience to care for those we love. But where do we begin?

In this powerful and practical mini-workshop, Jony Weiss, MPH, an experienced health educator and caregiving expert, will reveal 3 self-care secrets you don’t want to miss!

In today’s 20 minute mini-workshop you will:

  • Learn the secret that keeps you motivated to prioritize self-care.
  • Identify the 5 core habits that should be on the top of everyone’s daily To-Do list and discover the easy way to ensure you stick with your self-care plan.
  • Uncover the 3 categories of self-care that will help banish burnout and energize your spirit.

If you want to learn more after this 20 minute mini-workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to sign up for Jony’s live 1-hour interactive online workshop, 7 Insider Secrets to Self-Care When You’re Caring for Others (information below), which will give you a chance to further explore the subject and leave with a customized self-care plan. You and your loved ones will be glad you did!

Speaker: Jony Weiss, MPH, Health Educator/Trainer/Speaker/Writer

Jony Weiss
Photo by Denise Zondervan

Jony Weiss, MPH holds a master’s degree in public health from UCLA and is both an experienced health educator and experienced caregiver. Jony took care of her elderly and chronically ill parents as a long distance caregiver, for many years from across the country. In doing so, she combined her knowledge and skills as health educator with her care and dedication as a daughter. During those years she discovered many secrets to keeping herself healthy and sane while giving her parents the very best care possible in their final years of life. She even managing to keep them in their own home despite the formidable challenges of her father’s Alzheimer’s disease and her mother’s multiple sclerosis!

Jony Weiss has been described by colleagues and friends as a multi-talented Renaissance Woman/ Polymath/ Scanner (as coined by Barbara Sher). In addition to running her own small business focusing on wellness, caregiving and positive psychology, she also holds a certificate in photography and is a performer in two comedy improv clubs. She devotes her extra free time to volunteer work on the Board of Directors for Diabetes Education Services, mentors a public health graduate student at UCLA and is writing her first book!

Website: jonyweiss.com
E-mail: jony@jonyweiss.com to learn more about her workshops, her upcoming caregiving book and also to get on her mailing list.

Check out Jony’s upcoming 7 Insider Secrets to Self-Care When You’re Caring for Others Workshop