Trade in Stress for Joy and Lunch
May 28, 2021 @ 12:00PM — 1:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Are you ready to trade in stress, overwhelm, fear, anger, depression and/or burn-out for JOY? If so, it starts with Self-care.
Self-care is not only about regaining your inner balance, it is the process of shifting into a deeper, more powerful and peaceful center that is aligned with your true nature and potential. Self-care is as much about not doing what limits your energy, performance and joy as it is about doing those actions that empower you.
In this webinar we will focus on actions you can take in four key dimensions - physical, emotional, psychological and energetic to promote well-being. Participants will also:
- Learn why Self-care is essential to leadership and the consequences that occur when you only give it lip service.
- Experientially identify major energetic imbalances within your mind/body system and why these matter.
- Assess the value of how you spend your time and learn methods for re-balancing.
- Tips for practicing self -care at work and within your personal relationships.
- Recommendations for creating a Self- care plan.
Aimee Bernstein, President of Open Mind Adventures, is a senior level change accelerator, specializing in breakthrough coaching, collaborative teams and cultures, and mindfulness-in-action training. She is a thought leader and key-note speaker in the area of stress reduction. Her book, Stress Less Achieve More: Simple Ways to Turn Pressure into a Positive Force in Your Life (AMACOM 2015) guides busy leaders and their teams in how to use pressure-- the energy of change-- to develop self-mastery, well-being and high performance. The book is available in English, Arabic and Mandarin. It was voted one of seventeen inspiring books to read by Thrive Global.
Her clients have included Chanel, Microsoft, The Ritz Carlton, Dolce and Gabbana, Novartis Latin America, The Port of Singapore Authority, Colgate Palmolive Company and numerous nonprofit organizations, municipalities and universities.
Aimee received her graduate degree in counseling psychology from Boston University and interned at Massachusetts General Hospital under the auspices of Harvard Medical School. During that time, she studied under Dr. Matt Dumont, then Commissioner of Mental Health for the state of Massachusetts. She has been listed in Who’s Who in American Women.