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Monday, October 29, 2007

A day-long business seminar, "Achieving Life Balance" will be held on Friday November 30 2007 at the Community College of  Vermont's Upper Valley Campus in Wilder, Vermont.  The seminar, built around The Coping and Stress Profile from Inscape  Publishing, is conducted by True Azimuth, LLC in cooperation with the Business and Entrepreneur Network and Massage  Therapist, Lynne Walker.

"Stress is a big problem for business -- and the holidays only magnify that issue,"says Graham.  Graham, who has conducted the seminar since 2006, is collaborating this year with Walker to add a special touch for the holidays.

"Other stress-management approaches focus primarily on using personal coping resources such as exercise, nutrition, and  building self-esteem to deal with stress in a do-as-I-say format,"  says Scott Graham, business coach.  "This workshop uses a  self-directed assessment that provides personal insight and direction -- people leave with tangible strategies around  stressors."

Workplace stress costs the nation more than $300 billion each year in health care, missed work and stress reduction efforts  according to the American Institute of Stress.  1 out of 5 workers are at risk for stress related health problems. The  National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health reports that Workers who are stressed incur health care costs that are  46 percent higher, or $600 more per person, than other employees.

The investment of $82.50 includes all training materials, a 32-page self-directed assessment with action-planning worksheets  and a continental breakfast.  Business and Entrepreneur Network members and Chamber of Commerce members receive a discount.

For more information, call Coach Scott Graham a 802-380-1026.  True Azimuth, LLC has been providing business and personal  coaching since March 2006.  They are located on the web at  The Business and Entrepreneur Network is  a membership organization helping professionals to "work on -- not just in - your business."  They are located on the web at  Lynne Walker has been providing massage services since 2004 and has an office in Norwich, Vermont.  For more information about therapeutic massage call 603-252-6664.


Richard Crandall said...

Stress causes 90% of all illness amd can be treated with complimentary and alternative techniques such as polarity, craniosacral therapy or meditation for clearing the energetic blockages to unrestricted life force and vitality.