The Right Shoes for the Journey: Beth Terry - "Souls of Your Shoes"
Feb. 7, 2014
Beth Terry - "Souls of Your Shoes"
Being out of balance creates havoc in all aspects of life: mental, emotional, physical and spiritual. Stress damages our immune systems, makes us more susceptible to illness and – more importantly – it ages us! Join us for this wonderful program on Work-Life Balance to gain some practical and usable tools that will help you balance your life at work, at home and at play. Find a way to make the small changes that lead to a more satisfying life experience. Come stressed, leave happy!
Beth Terry was the national manager of a billion dollar real estate company in Hawaii while raising seven stepkids. In the middle of that adventure, she started a new international speaking business, had a TV show, and was a columnist in three major local newspapers. She has been President of Pacific Rim Seminars in Hawaii since 1989 and opened an office in Phoenix, Arizona in 2002. Beth Terry understands the challenges of young mothers, up-and-coming new managers, business owners, corporate ladder climbers and the Boomers in career transitions. Beth was President of the National Speakers Association in Arizona and has chaired both the Candidate Program for NSA-AZ and the International Academy for Professional Speakers. With 35 years of hands-on management and professional speaking, Beth brings enthusiasm and practical, down-to-earth knowledge to the stage.
Cost per session is $20 for members and college students with a valid student ID and $30 for the general public. Members can purchase four tickets for the price of three at $60 (payment must be made in advance of first session).
Participants who attend every session in the series will be entered to win a pair of Southwest Airlines tickets! They are good to any destination Southwest flies and there are no blackout dates.
In addition, attendees are asked to bring a pair of new, adult women’s shoes which will be collected and donated to a local charity to assist women in getting “the right shoes” for their professional lives.