Just like computers and phones need consistent upgrades to keep running at top performance, so do we! Spring is a wonderful time to reflect, review, and revisit practical and powerful strategies and solutions that will support you in being at the top of your game; not only professionally but personally. In this interactive and motivating class, behavioral wellness specialist Lois Barth teaches you how to build lasting practices to help navigate change and uncertainty, increase productivity, support wellness, and clarify what’s next in your life. Plus, you’ll begin to see self-care through a fresh perspective that’s about performance and desired outcomes versus perfectionism and a chore.
Our Guest Speaker: Lois Barth
Laurie James is a mother, caregiver, divorcée, turned author, and relationship coach. Laurie’s book, Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go is about her path from loneliness to belonging during a time when she was raising four teen daughters, her mother had a heart attack, and her husband’s lawyer delivered some shocking news. Heart-centered relationships have been a goal of hers for over the last ten years. One large part of developing those relationships was understanding her attachment style and the style of those she spends time with–especially once she began dating in midlife. Now Laurie coaches women looking to redesign their lives to find freedom, love, and purpose in midlife. When she is not talking about the sandwich generation or coaching clients, she can be found nurturing her free spirit by walking her dog, skiing, sailing, hiking, spending time with close friends and partner, or planning her next adventure.