STRESS: The Silent Killer in the Workplace.
I along with 13 other panelists have been given an opportunity to discuss this important topic with our host, Kimberly Nielsen, an Employee Wellness Advisor with Nuwati Bodywork.
In order for you to access and participate in the viewing of any of the video
conversations, you will need to register at the following link:
Sign up Here for those interested in how to manage stress in the workplace.
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Please feel free to pass the word along with any family, friends, or colleagues who may
also be interested in viewing this important summit.
There will be interviews running every day. My interview is on the Individual Series and is scheduled for January 23rd 5:30pm est.
- Monday, January 23, Self-Care
- 7:30am: Betsy Jordyn, Success on your own terms
- 5:30pm: Tracy Rickard, 3 Pillars to Self Care
- Tuesday, Janaury 24, Emotions
- 7:30am: Cherlette McCullough, Stress and Mental Health
- 5:30pm: Hillary Straus, Emotional Self Care
- Wednesday, January 25, Wellness
- 7:30am: Jess Mather, How to Avoid Burn-Out & Still Build a Strong Healthy Body
- 5:30pm: Dr. SaTerra Vishnu, Eliminating Allergies and Dysfunctional Emotional Patterns
- Thursday, January 26, Balance
- 7:30am: Echo Karras, Blueprint for Financial Success
- 5:30pm: Scott Coleman, Stress Management Solutions for Professionals
- Friday, January 27, Tools
- 7:30am: Angie Pye, Creating a Domestic Abuse Action Plan
- 5:30pm: Katheryn Napier, First Aid for Stress
- Monday, January 30, Posture
- 7:30am: Kimberly Nielsen, Preparing Your Body to Carry the Stress of the Day
- 5:30pm: Kimberly Nielsen, Preapring Your Body to Carry the Stress of the Day
- Tuesday, January 31, Wellness
- 7:30am: Jackie Policastro, Living a Life with Pain & Limitations
- 5:30pm: Valerie Zollinger, Improving Health Through Toxin Free Living
- Wednesday, February 1, Coping
- 7:30am: Mary Leone, My Road Back
- 5:30pm: Jackie Policastro, Living a Life with Pain & Limitations
Thank you for your support and your dedication to spreading awareness and resources for
this modern stress epidemic.