There’s been so much buzz about mental health during quarantine. How do we control our own stress, anxiety and fears? And keep our families sane? And keep our teams engaged? What if there was a secret sauce that could help with all of these? Join me on Thursday, May 21st for a conversation with Sherry Richert Belul to talk about how you can find impactful ways to help the people in your life navigate the stress of today’s world.
Sherry Richert Belul helps people find creative, intentional and impactful ways to celebrate life and to express love for family and friends. As a certified high performance coach, Sherry supports people in living their best lives, full of joy, success, engagement, and meaningful relationships. She is the author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life” and has had her work featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Huffington Post. You can find Sherry at Simplycelebrate.net.
Well Done Marketing is doing more than Friday afternoon Zoom drinks to maintain their sense of culture during the pandemic. Lisa is coming on to share how much some bosses care about their people. If you want to ask a boss (that isn’t YOUR boss) a tough question, or if you just want to hear some good news about corporate culture, you’ll enjoy this LIVE chat with Lisa!
Join Lindsay as she talks with Christy Whitman, New York Times bestselling author (The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance) and celebrity life coach, to learn how you can master your energy during this disruptive season of our lives. They'll be talking about how the pandemic actually AMPLIFIES our life and gives us choices we may have not been able to see before. We’ll give you solid take-aways you can start doing immediately to build your resiliency and come out stronger on the other side.
Join Lindsay and Ann Betz while they discuss how to survive the screen, the Groundhog Day Effect and the unknown.
Join Lindsay for a conversation with Lacy and Maggie Kirkland as they talk about the real life challenges of staying emotionally close to the people you love… when you’re literally trapped under the same roof and quarantined together.
We all love our significant others and used to love watching Netflix together and staying at home to snuggle up for the night. And now suddenly maybe you're one of those who can’t stand to hear their nose whistle when they breathe, and you REALLY can’t understand how they can dirty so many dishes in just a single day.
Join them as they talk about how to care for one another while managing our own thoughts and stressors.
Ann Betz (Neuroscience Expert) and Lindsay discuss how our brains deal with stress and trauma.