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Scale the Ladder of Success without Self-Sabotage and Sacrifice

Scale the Ladder of Success without Self-Sabotage and Sacrifice
May 2, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Jodi Krizer Graber, Speaker/Consultant/Coach(Bravo! Wellness, LLC)
Do the demands of your career control your life? Have you decided that you just aren’t meant to “have it all”? Do you make food decisions based on your emotions? The time is now to take a deep breath. Don’t wait another day to declare, “My life matters!” and decide to live life like you mean it.

Visualize the work-life balance you have been dreaming about for years. Success at the office. Happiness at home. A healthy and fulfilled life. Yes, life is busy and there are anxious moments; fortunately, you are able to make the best choices to serve your needs. Stress creeps in just when you least expect it but now you have tools and resources to manage it so it doesn’t overwhelm you. And, you have time for self-care: a massage, a night out with friends, a movie, a sporting event. You are your #1 priority which makes you a better parent, spouse, partner, friend, boss, colleague, employee. You are more productive than ever at work.

In Scale the Ladder of Success without Self-Sabotage and Sacrifice, you will learn about mindset and the reason you need to decide what you want and why you want it. The external messages from advertisements, magazines, the internet, etc. suggest that if one looks like the latest “it” model or hottest television star, or is as wealthy and smart as Mark Zuckerberg, then they, too, can have it all. In reality, individuals must look within themselves for true peace and contentment.

Another key component of this presentation is the science behind the food-mood connection and why healthy eating is the cornerstone of success and satisfaction. It is critical to understand how sugar and processed foods affect the brain and the digestive system. If you are committed to living your best life, this session will provide you with the foundation upon which you can set and achieve your B.E.S.T. life goals.

Who Should Participate
Any individual who is committed to achieving their optimal health and well-being and providing a supportive environment for others to do the same.
What You Will Learn
1.Four simple strategies to live your B.E.S.T. life 2.Two ingredients you must avoid to begin your wellness turnaround 3.Why you want to practice affirmations and how they affect your health and well-being 4.How to find time in your day so you can be more productive and enjoy "downtime"
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Jodi Krizer Graber
Bravo! Wellness, LLC

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Great wellness presentation - good job! 5 / 5
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2 / 5
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1 / 5
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5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Firstbase Business Services
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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RAE Engineering & Inspection Ltd.
Speaker seemed unsure of the content of her material - lots of ums and ahs. Material probably could have been concisely presented in 30 minutes. 2 / 5
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4 / 5
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Excellent Presentation
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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2 / 5
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Minneapolis Public Schools
Fantastic presentation on self well-being at home work and play. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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HR Solutions for Success
"Jodi Krizer - Graber did a very effective job of reinforcing the importance of caring for and ""healing"" ourselves first in order to as she said live our best lives and subsequently do our best work. Many who have mastered this way of living do an incredible job of ""paying it forward'. This makes the reward of practicing self-care not just personal but with a spider-web effect that positively impacts others. We could all do with more of that." 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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