January 2018 Chapter Meeting – From Tired to Inspired: How to Find Balance and Order When Your Life Feels like Chaos!
4 January 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm CST$25.00 – $35.00
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Do you feel overwhelmed, overworked and over tired? Have you ever wished that you could have more than 24 hours in a day just to “get it all done?” Do you often have fantasies of hiring a housekeeper, a chef, a chauffeur and a nanny?
It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re a professional woman. There are so many different aspects to running a business and running a household and it feels like there’s always more to do. Join us as we hear from Life & Business Coach Elizabeth Barbour who’s been coaching women entrepreneurs around the country for 17 years on how to be more efficient and effective with their time and resources. You’ll learn key principles to help you reclaim control of your time and more importantly, regain your sanity!
ABOUT ELIZABETH BARBOUR
Elizabeth Barbour, M.Ed., Life & Business Coach, Speaker and Retreat Leader
Elizabeth Barbour, “The Revitalized Business Woman,” is a national speaker, coach and retreat leader who is an expert on life/work balance. She is passionate about teaching busy professionals the value of smart self-care, the importance of cultivating a strong spiritual life and the necessity of building a thriving network of caring and authentic people around you! A professional coach for 17 years, Elizabeth has worked with thousands of people around the country to shift from tired to inspired in both business and life. She is founder of two women’s networking groups (one in Missouri City, one in Sugar Land), is an active member of the Executive Moms Society of Houston, the National Speakers Association Houston chapter and First Congregational Church of Houston. She is a sought-after speaker at professional women’s venues around Houston. Elizabeth has been interviewed on PBS, in Body + Soul Magazine and on local TV, radio and magazines throughout the country. You can get revitalized at www.elizabethbarbour.com!
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