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CBC Wellness Campaign: Five Quick Stress Management Tools

Tue 20 April

This CBC Wellness Campaign webinar is the first of four being run on Tuesday lunchtimes on alternate weeks. See below for click-through links for the other webinars in the 'Science of Wellness' series.

Life can be hard. Work can be stressful. Work-life balance can be hard. Over the last year or so we have all suffered in one way or another at the hands of Covid-19 and even though we might be experiencing somewhat of a reprieve it doesn't necessarily mean that we are feeling good about ourselves or about life.
David Brown, scientist-turned-life-coach will spend 30 minutes over lunchtime helping us with strategies for coping.

In the first webinar in this series, David will talk us through five quick stress management tools. Do join us - it might just be the best 30 minutes break you've taken.

David's Story
My career started out in the science field. I have a master’s and bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and worked at the University of Cambridge researching neuroscience.
For 30 years I have been learning and teaching martial arts, Japanese sword, and adopting a zen philosophy – which influence my work as a coach – supporting people to be clear about their values, adopt boundaries and live life in a way that feels meaningful.
David's business is Potentiality Coaching and he can be contacted by organisations and individuals as follows:
07980 204946 | david@potentialitycoaching.co.uk https://potentialitycoaching.co.uk/
Other webinars in the 'Science of Wellbeing' series:
• 4/5/21 Boundaries: saying no with more confidence - Saying 'no' can be hard – join life coach and trainer David Brown as he shares how to make saying no easier without feeling guilty https://cbc_wellness_campaign_boundaries.eventbrite.co.uk
• 18/5/21 Kicking your inner critic into the kerb – David Brown, life coach and trainer shares tips to get your inner critic out of the driving seat https://cbc_wellness_campaign_kicking_into_the_kerb.eventbrite.co.uk
• 1/6/21 Communication in relationships at work and home – David Brown, life coach and trainer shows us the difference between reacting and responding in communication https://cbc_wellness_campaign_communication.eventbrite.co.uk
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Cost: FOC

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Tue 20 April 12:30PM - 1:00PM

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