Stressing Less, Accomplishing More

When: Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Where: Virtual

Cost: This virtual training is available free of charge to OACAA members in good standing.

Description

As life slowed down in the pandemic, fear rose, life changed and the days sped up.  Suddenly, there was too much to do, not enough time and virus concerns stressed the mind.   The new normal took it’s toll on our body and our inner peace.  Tools that normally work for stress management no longer seemed to work.  Sleep was disrupted, diet was off, motivation waned and frustration took over.

Learn three instant brain hacks to use when stress rises, negativity increases and the mind says, “ No way.”  Develop new tools to motivate yourself when the going gets tough and motivation dips.  Discover how to maintain your peace and calm no matter how busy you are. 

This training is free to OACAA members in good standing. Non-member registrations will be canceled.

A recording of the workshop will be available to all registrants following the workshop. To obtain the password and view the recording, email Jeannette Jarrett.

Speaker

Ann Anzalone, is a nationally known, dynamic speaker and experienced trainer. For the past 25 years she has conducted workshops for K-12 teachers, administrators and parents, as well as for businesses and corporations. She teaches graduate classes at Wright State University and at McGregor School, Antioch University. She serves as a consultant for adult students, parents and their children regarding learning styles, educational plans and academic performance. In addition she provides foster parent training for Montgomery County Children’s Services.  Ms. Anzalone has teaching certificates in Elementary Education and Special Education, Learning Disabilities, Behavior Disorders, Educable Mentally Retarded. Prior to being an in-service presenter, Ann taught middle and junior high school students, including those with learning disabilities. Ann has been honored as an Outstanding Elementary Teacher of America and was listed in the Who’s Who in American Education.