"Wisdom from the Heart During These Challenging Times" is a panel discussion which includes authors who will share tips and practices for service, self-care, love, compassion, and connection.
This week's focus is on how to be a helper and make a difference. The world needs you!
Come join our conversation and share in a thought-provoking conversation that will be sure to uplift and help you feel connected.
*The panel includes*
Fred Guttenberg, who began his public life after the murder of his beautiful 14-year-old daughter Jaime in the Parkland school shooting on Feb 14th. Only four months prior to the murder of his daughter, Fred’s brother Michael passed away in October 2017 from cancer related to his service in 9/11. Fred has traveled the country talking about both events but also talking about perspective, perseverance, and resilience. Fred’s mission ultimately led him to write his new book "Find The Helpers."
Sherry Richert Belul, who has spent the last thirty years practicing finding the gifts in everyday life. Using disappointment, depression, and anxiety as her teachers, Sherry has developed products and practices for appreciating the people in our lives and finding creative ways to love, appreciate, and help others. Sherry is author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life” and founder of Simply Celebrate.
Rachael Wolff, who is a speaker, transformational coach, and author of “Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World.” Rachael has 30 + years of experience in personal transformation. She grew up reading self-help, personal discovery, and spiritual writings. She also spent years in a 12-step program called AL-ANON. Her goal is to inspire individuals to make great changes in the world by becoming their best selves.