Resilience in Disruptive Times with Carolyn Baker

The year 2020 was a daunting and sometimes devastating year. People faced unprecedented challenges physically, economically, emotionally, environmentally, and spiritually.
Course Number 203155R
$15.00
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The year 2020 was a daunting and sometimes devastating year. People faced unprecedented challenges physically, economically, emotionally, environmentally, and spiritually. Resilience allowed some people to navigate challenges better than others.

Resilience means being willing to adapt your attitude and behavior in ways that enable you to learn and grow from challenging or even tragic experiences.

Discover how to become emotionally and spiritually resilient to enhance your life. Enhance your emotional intelligence and understand the strength of becoming resilient. Gain insights into the difference between problem-solving and responding to a predicament. Discover the role of self-care in cultivating resilience as a supportive measure. Engender inner strength and results by being empowered, centered, and confident in how to handle outcomes, sometimes out of your control.

Because of the current situation with the novel coronavirus, this course is only available on Zoom. You will be emailed a Zoom link closer to the time of the class. The course will also be recorded and you will receive a link to watch it at your convenience.

Course 203155R
Recording Date  Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Time  1.5 hours
Cost  $15.00, No refunds

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