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I Can’t Take it Anymore workshop with Coach Carolyn Owens

Coach Carolyn Owens,owner of Infinity Coaching will host a special workshop this Saturday, May 11.
Coach Carolyn Owens,owner of Infinity Coaching will host a special workshop this Saturday, May 11.
Photo Courtesy Carolyn Owens

Join Infinity coach Carolyn Owens on Saturday, May 11, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., for an interactive, “I Can’t Take it Anymore” workshop.

Are you feeling like a pressure cooker about to explode? Are you finding work and life so overwhelming that you feel lost and out of control? If so, this is the workshop for you! Learn how stress affects your physical and mental well being and overall quality of life. You will leave this fun, interactive course with skills to help reduce stress in your life and achieve a balanced life-style.

Stress affects all of us at some point in time. There’s job and career related stress, relationship and family stress, even commuter and travel stress.

“In the D.M.V. area, D.C., Maryland and Virginia, the average commute is 53 minutes to get to work, so think about the stress caused by that alone,” Owens suggested.

In a recent Partners in Health radio interview Owens discussed ways to recognize and minimize various forms of stress.

“We’ve become a society where we’re motivated by the things we want,” Owens continued.

“So we’re stressing ourselves by trying to get these things, and what we’re willing to do to get these things,” she explained.

Often at a crossroads in your career, people make decisions that will affect other people.

“When you’re really deciding what you want to do, it’s just not all about the career, it’s also about your passions and how it’s going to impact your family,” Owens emphasized.

“We work with people to help them align their passion and determine what their purpose is in life; because it all comes back to life coaching,” she explained.

Coach Owens is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, Federal Career Coach and Federal Job Search Trainer who works frequently with military transitions and military retirement, helping people prepare for the adjustment of getting back into the civilian workforce.

She is a Myer Briggs Type Indicator Practitioner who also assists women in the workplace, helping them promote themselves and get the careers that they’re looking for.

Infinity Coaching offers ongoing workshops on stress management and the interviewing process.

To register for the “I Can’t Take it Anymore Workshop” or to learn more about Infinity Coaching, visit their website or dial: 901-218-7664.

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