Life is Not a Stress Rehearsal: Practical Tips to Stress Less and Laugh More!
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
1:00 – 1:30 pm EDT
The complexities of modern day life and the perception of what we need to do in one day has shifted us from “human beings” into “human doings”. Life has become a stress rehearsal with endless hours devoted to our “to do” list. Individuals are finding themselves with more stress related problems (including insomnia, depression, anxiety, weight gain, loss of productivity, headaches and irritability) and as a result, left with the inability to experience pleasure.
Join this engaging and entertaining teleclass to learn valuable tools to help you “lighten up” and enjoy life more. Attendees will learn strategies and coping mechanisms to:
Become aware of our thinking traps and let go of our inner critics;
Be more present to the present which allows for feeling more inner peace and less stress; and
Explore possibilities to become light-hearted, have more fun and see more humor in the everyday of our existence.
Join the free teleclass on Tuesday, April 21st, at 1:00 pm EDT.
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Loretta LaRoche has been a stress management consultant for over 30 years. Her unique approach is the use of humor as a coping mechanism, which has made her a sought after keynote speaker and workshop leader. She has spoken internationally to widely diverse clients such as NASA, The New York Times, Microsoft, JAMA, The American Dental Society, National YMCA and a host of other Fortune 500 companies, hospitals and organizations. She has spoken throughout Canada in conferences, alongside former President Bill Clinton, Arianna Huffington, Anthony Robbins, Gloria Steinem, Laura Bush, Mia Farrow and more, to thousands of participants. LaRoche has been the star of seven PBS shows and the author of seven books, including “Life is Short, Wear Your Party Pants.” Her career path has also included many one-woman shows across the country, and her passion for singing has led her to creating a jazz album. She believes and lives her message, “Life is not a stress rehearsal!”