How Small Changes Can Have a Big Impact | As Co-Founder and CEO of Green Builder Media, the nation’s leading media company focused on sustainable living, Sara Gutterman has established a reputation as a visionary thought leader and passionate advocate for sustainability. In this talk, she teaches us to live a more holistically green life.
Soles of a Survivor: Nhi Aronheim knows what it takes to survive and thrive. As a child refugee escaping from war-torn Vietnam, she came face to face with her own humanity. In this talk, she shares amazing life lessons, and how she has come to know that all things are possible with intense desire, focused energy and the audacity to grasp presented opportunities.
Discover How to Intuitively Fuel Your Body and Mind! Angie Hartman guides you through ten steps to having the confidence to listen to your body when it comes to food and exercise. As an Integrative Health Coach, Angie is helping to motivate and inspire others to BE WELL.
Live with Intention! We may not have control over the challenges we face, but we do have control over how we respond. Dr. Kathryn Haber, clinical psychologist, teaches us to choose optimism and resilience and replace unhealthy, egocentric behaviors with love, compassion and an ecocentric mindset.
Cultivate a stress-free life! Cynthia Lackner, MA, recognizes that the root cause of most people’s problems is stress. In her Emotional Brain Training, Cynthia helps stressed people learn how to become emotionally resilient, eliminate burnout, and ultimately find true meaning and purpose through rewiring their emotional brain.
Kara Valentine’s story is one you don’t hear everyday. Women across the globe at all demographic and social levels face challenges to their maternal intuition. Kara shares her personal journey filled with challenges of her own that lead her to question who she was and who she will be.
Dr. Audrey Boxwell, one of Denver’s leading psychotherapists, takes you on a journey back to the small, quiet voice of your soul. Get in touch with the you who is free, happy, and healthy. As you reclaim your strength and your purpose, experience the joy and optimism you know you’re capable of feeling.
Technology can be a powerfully inclusive tool to connect us in ways we couldn’t have imagined even five years ago. Sara Speer Selber and Cristen Reat believe that the pandemic has heightened our awareness of how harmful isolation and exclusion can be. We now have a unique opportunity to use technology to connect and support each other in new ways.
Patricia Raybon, award-winning and best-selling author, invites you to join her on her courageous personal journey to let go of hate by first learning to love God and herself.
Ageism is surprisingly pervasive within our language and culture. Janine Vanderburg will open your eyes to the ageism in and around your life and present ways to eliminate it and promote inclusion at work and in social situations.
When we prioritize our values and let them drive our decisions on giving time and charitable dollars, we can change our world–and ourselves in the process. Hear from our extraordinary panelists, who will make you think about your values, passions, and aligned action steps to advance your goals and realize your vision.
Months into a global pandemic, life is altogether different. How do we continue to move forward amidst this new experience? Nancy Sharp, author and keynote speaker, tells us it takes courage, resolve, and resilience. Join this talk to learn how to express resilience while balancing our lives.
Gratitude can change your moment, experience, job, love, friendships, and your life! That doesn’t mean it’s easy or happens overnight. As Sharon Saraga-Walters demonstrates in this talk, gratitude as a practice we commit to daily can change our thinking and our lives.
Debra Fine is a master of conversation. In this talk, learn how every interaction can become a meaningful connection, and how to approach every conversation with active listening skills, and how to engage in social interactions with confidence.
Melanie Gruenwald knows from personal experience that finding light in the darkness means approaching life with an understanding of balance. It’s a recognition that we will experience both good and bad, and an appreciation that we have the ability to both see the light and live through the darkness.