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Megan Feldman Bettencourt

Megan Feldman Bettencourt

The Three Key Habits of Good Forgivers

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Program begins at 6:15 p.m.

The Olmsted · 3701 Frankfort Ave

Research shows that people who forgive others and themselves tend to be healthier and happier. Join Megan Feldman Bettencourt as she draws on stories of forgiveness from around the world and research she collected for her award-winning, internationally acclaimed book, “Triumph of the Heart: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World.” Learn the three key habits of good forgivers and how you can use them to recover from tragedy, disappointment and conflict, as well as improve your health, well-being, relationships and professional performance. Sponsored in part by the Norton Healthcare Foundation with support from Caretenders.

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Iris Apfel

Legendary fashion icon Iris Apfel celebrates life by living boldly and being original. The eclectic subject of museum exhibits, documentaries and awards, Iris, 97, has curated a life in which she inspires others to find happiness through taking risks and reveling in uniqueness.

Bonnie St. John

Bonnie St. John

Normal is Overrated – Aim Higher!

Hailed as “one of the five most inspiring women in America” by NBC Nightly News, Bonnie St. John uses her experience as a one-legged ski champion, Rhodes Scholar and White House official as proof that you can strive for excellence in your life – no matter what obstacles are thrown in our way. Instead of wishing and waiting for things to get back to “normal,” Bonnie is expanding the dialogue beyond traditional thinking to help others overcome challenges, big and small. Bonnie shares her personal story of resilience, and encourages us all to aim higher and live life to our fullest potential!

Go Confidently with Mallika Chopra

Mallika Chopra

Living With Intent
My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace and Joy

As a mom, wife and social media entrepreneur, Mallika Chopra frequently wondered how she possibly could do one more thing. Like so many, she was having a difficult time taking care of herself and finding richer meaning and purpose, until she realized the power of daily intentions. She was able to propel herself from stress, fear, doubt, procrastination and guilt into a life of happiness and self-acceptance. Learn easy-to follow steps to begin a process of becoming more open, quieting the mind, finding a circle of support, identifying your true purpose in life and moving effectively toward your goals.

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