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Seeing the Opportunities in Staying Home

Though many of us feel trapped and a bit at wit’s end, we can use this time to move our goals forward. We can use the time to take a breath and tackle projects we’ve put off for a while, or tackle new initiatives. We can be productive at the same time we manage our stress – indeed doing these projects can help us manage the stress.

If you’re not sure what projects to tackle, or how to find the opportunities in this tough time, or just want to brainstorm with us, join us for this webinar. We will talk about how to use the time for your own goals, including brainstorming some ideas from our audience.
Recorded Apr 14 2020 31 mins
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