Elaine Pasqua, author of Mom I Got This: Building Your Legacy in College and Beyond discusses how to take the pain from our past to positively influence the lives of others. Failures are learning experiences, and you have the power to re-invent yourself. Topics include: sexual assault, alcoholism, overcoming adversity
This week on Up or Out with Connie Pheiff, our guest is Barry Laub. Barry discusses the myth of the mid-life crisis and designing all solutions using the POP formula.
Author, Speaker and Chief Energy Officer at the Resiliency Group joins Connie Pheiff's Up or Out Shine to discuss Radical Resiliency. Eileen McDargh is an internationally recognized keynote speaker, master facilitator, and award-winning author with expertise in resiliency and leadership. Her articles have appeared in countless publications and two of her six books have been awarded national recognition, including theBen Franklin Gold Award. http://www.eileenmcdargh.com.
Rochelle Rice is the only woman to hold an accredited speaker designation from Toastmasters International and the certified speaking professional designation from the National Speakers Association.
Rochelle is a Health at Every Size(R) practitioner and helps women connect with the body they have now as a source of strength and intuition. From an anatomical approach, Rochelle empowers the lives of women to help them take bold actions in their lives and careers.
A former professional jazz dancer, Rochelle resides in New York City and continues to dance and enjoy the many aspects of the Big Apple!
Lessons learned- I can't do it all. Understand your strengths and maximize them even if they aren't tangible. Fit your business around your health.
Favorite business book: Take the Stairs by Rory Vaden
Most influential person: my dance teachers who taught me discipline, protocol, and team/company. The lessons translate directly to my business today.
I have a very deep sense of faith and I trust life.
BE BOLD * BE CONNECTED * BE UNSTOPPABLE