Extraordinary Speaker. Superb Facilitator.
Spring has sprung--and all those great places I went last year? There are even more on the list now! I've wintered with the best of them in Seattle, Honolulu, on the Big Island, in Delaware, South Dakota, DC and more.
The last of the winter carrots is gone, and the spring crop planted and transplanted--and there are only three wintered over cabbages left. Rest assured, there are about two dozen cabbage sets in the ground, along with beets, onions, lettuce, yellow bell pepper, squash and white eggplant.
Soon the new grafted tomatoes will arrive and I'll scramble to plant them between trips... perhaps the sweet potatoes I have rooting in the kitchen will make for sets for this year, and it'll be time to plant the melons and winter squash before you know it!
We finished the online version of Risking Connection, and while I truly love the Instructor Led Training, sometimes people can't get away for three days or five half days--and the online version makes the training more accessible. In addition to the interactive interface, we supplement it with live webinars where you can discuss questions or applications of the topics we've covered online.
We'd love to have you become part of the online learning community! Check it out, and please let me know if you have questions or would like to see it in action.
Elizabeth Power, M.Ed.
Relevant, irreverent, thought-provoking, and downright funny, this is the book for our times!
How to Get Happier...
and why you should try to!
Elizabeth Power does it again.
Check out www.gettinghappier.com to learn more and order yours today at amazon.com!
Kindle version now available.
Extraordinary Speaker? You bet. Successful Meetings named Elizabeth Power one of the up and comings along with--Guy Kawasaki, Molly Ivins, and Colin Powell! She's still just as great, and getting better every year.
Keynote, plenary, breakout, or seminar--Elizabeth Power is simply the best for getting the message across about the impact of change, how to cope with it, and issues related to traumatic experiences.
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