Well-Being: Creating Fulfillment & Minimizing Stress in Your Every Day Life
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Recent research by Gallup, Humana and a host of others shows that people who thrive in the 21st century are those who actively tend to their well-being. Yet, how do we begin to build our well-being in our work and personal lives?
Tune in on May 12th from 1:00-2:00 p.m. as Paul Sherman AB ’88 and David Gerten explore the importance of well-being and its critical role in designing contentment and decreasing stress in our everyday lives. You will learn practical tools and resources that you can immediately apply to assist you in developing customized approaches to enhance your well-being at home, at work and in all areas of your life.
Paul Sherman B.A.’88 and David Garten (B.S. ’85, Babson) are professional coaches and authors with a combined legacy of more than 30 years serving individuals and organizations around the world including Fortune 500 businesses, large and small not-for-profits, faith and community based institutions, colleges and universities, and government agencies.