Emergency Preparedness; Survival as a Mind-set:
What does it mean to be prepared? What does it mean to have a survival mind-set? This workshop addresses these questions from the standpoint of individual responsibility. Topics cover personal accountability for the preservation of one’s life and the lives of those one loves. Participants are asked to come face to face with their illusions concerning personal readiness to face life’s challenges and perils. This is achieved not through apathy and lethargy but rather the solid understanding and acceptance of one’s role in the creation of a shared reality, with Self-Actualization being the goal.
Goal Attainment: Without Direction, We are Going Nowhere:
How does one accomplish their life’s goals? What direction is one moving? Is it toward and therefore in accordance with our intended destination or is it fragmented? So often our actions in life are not in accordance with our stated objective. This workshop addresses the incongruity between action and deed in the individual and the organization. Focus is placed upon individual acknowledgement of misplaced intent and bringing clarity to one’s life through the removal of distractions and negative pre-conceptions which keep us from attaining that which we most desire.
Getting Around Your Computer: Desktop & Start-menu:
This workshop is designed for individual’s who seek to better understand and utilize a personal computer as a tool. Focus is on customizing one’s desktop and streamlining navigation to reduce time and frustration spent locating files and programs. Attendants will depart with an increased understanding of computer terminology, logical organization of a filing structure and basic computer maintenance. Additional topics/modules can be included which cover use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Internet Explorer). This course can be tailored to address specific organizational needs as required.
Healthy Heart Living: Increasing Quantity and Quality of Life:
This workshop is based on the American Heart Associations’ Healthy Heart curriculum. It covers dietary approaches that reduce cholesterol intake and increase cardio-vascular fitness. Focus is placed on conscious and informed decision making about nutritional intake, reading the labels on the food items we purchase so that we understand what we are putting into our bodies and the effect on our internal systems. As we live in an increasingly obese society, special attention needs to be drawn to the individual’s responsibility to their overall wellness and that of their family.
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