UWFox Offers Classes in ‘Achieving Balance in Life’ and ‘How to Enjoy Your Job’
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The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is offering two classes designed to bring more balance to your life. In “Achieving Balance in Life,” the class examines the physical and emotional clutter that interferes with achieving overall balance in our lives. Learning how to free yourself of this clutter can give a person more time to achieve the things that are important to you in your life.
Sandra Peterson, certified facilitator of “The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People” and “Development Dimensions,” Inc.,” is presenting this course and will address related topics, including “techniques to simplify your life,” “how to reduce and/or eliminate clutter,” “emotional-physical-mental clutter,” and “methods to get organized.”
Dates for the “Achieving Balance in Life” are set for three Mondays in March: 10, 17, and 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in room #1345. The fee for the course is $49.00.
It doesn’t matter where you work, who works with you, or what you do; you can enjoy your job. In the course, “How to Enjoy Your Job,” students will learn how to effectively use their personal power. fast, easy techniques for recognizing and redirecting on the job stressors will be introduced by instructors Pamela Koehn and John Oestreicher. The instructors will show students how to develop new skills for handling difficult situations, enabling more job satisfaction. This class will focus on “redirecting and re-framing stressful situations,” “identifying and changing triggers for stress,” “how to practice simple techniques for immediate relief,” and “how to create long-term, beneficial results.”
Koehn is certified in BTB Feng Shui and Oestreicher is owner of Hands On Healing Energy, LLC. Class session date for “How to Enjoy Your Job” is Thursday, May 15; 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in Room 2825, with a fee of $19.00.
Interested individuals may sign up for one or both courses by contacting the UWFox Office of Continuing Education, at 920-832-2636, by email via firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting the UWFox Continuing Education, website, http://www.uwfox.uwc.edu/conted/.