Creative Workshops for a Change ~
Happenings in 2014……..
New book arrival soon….
Next 21/30 Club program
starts in January 2014
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2014 will be offering FREE webinars and the 21/30 Club Program.
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Past Events in 2013
September 26th, Womens Network Alliance Event in San Jose.
THIS EVENT WAS A SMASHING SUCCESS!
Thank you all for coming!
Hear me speak and 5 other experts and learn how to be more productive, efficient and effective in your professional and personal lives. The Productivity Puzzle is Revealed!
Sign up today: http://www.wnaevents.com/
The 3rd Annual WNA Networking Mixer in San Jose, Sept. 26th and is open to the public.
Located: The Success Center, Mountain View, 875 Maude Ave.,#5
Time: 8:30 am-3:00pm
Tickets include: 6 lectures, Continental Breakfast & Box Lunch, Vendor Tradeshow, Raffle tickets.
Cost: $35 regular, WNA memberbers $30
Up coming ‘New’ book to help you Manifest Change. I will be selling this book online, targeting late fall.
I will be authoring a chapter with Erica Glessing, publisher/author of this project, along with other authors in this upcoming book: Manifest Change, in print early 2014, if not sooner!
My contribution to the book will be:
Changing a Habit is Changing Our Minds
I will be talking about how we develop our core beliefs at an early age and how these beliefs can carry into our adult lives, creating poor choices and habits. I will also offer case studies that have benefited from the 21/30 Club™: Change a Habit and Create New Brain Power for Success, a program I developed to help persons who desire habit change and just haven’t figured out a way to make this happen for themselves.
I talk about my program below and in one of my blogs. Currently, this pilot program will be available in an audio program and at the end of August more material will be available regarding this program.
I will be offering book sales on my website. You can be assured I will shout this out to the world when everything is in print!
This new pilot program is dedicated to changing a negative habit or pattern into a positive one.
This new pilot program is structured for 30 days. Behavioral science tells us that it generally takes 21 days to change a habit. Recent studies in neuroscience are suggesting that it takes about 30 to 45 days to develop a new neuropathway. I combine behavioral and neurological evidence based research to affect lasting change in my 21/30 Club program.
Why is this important to know?
Neuroscience studies confirm that by taking consistent actions or practicing repetitive thinking patterns we can create new neuropathways. These are formed, like thin strands and they become strong links to reinforcing the new habits.
Our brain is not concerned with, “is this a good habit or bad one?”, it only responds to thought, releases an electrical impulse to another neuron and becomes stronger and stronger with redundantcy. We can make the choice. We must decide to retrain our brain in positive directions.
Please read more on this subject in my blogs.
This event was amazing! See all the testimonials and pictures!
Coming in August 17 and 18
Play Day in the Arts: Food for the Soul -Fun and creative day for professionals who desire a way to de-stress, make new friends and simply play! Neuroscience tells us that learning new things helps to increase brain memory, flexibility and problem solve.
REVIEW ALL PAST EVENT DETAILS BELOW:
June 23, 2013 How to Pull Yourself Out of a Rut-
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May 9: WAAT (Women’s Association of Addiction Treatment)
www.waat.us Chapter Santa Clara, California
Welcome LMFT, MFT, LCSW and all persons who
work in the field of Addiction Treatment.
Guest Speaker presentation May 9, 2013:
- Learn how visualization and self-hypnosis techniques can help to manage your pain
- Learn how to reframe & process negative thought patterns about your pain
- Learn how massage & myofascial release therapy can help to eliminate pain & restore motion.
- Learn how unblocking old beliefs about pain can stifle feelings of hope about your recovery process
- Experience relief without using drugs
Get Your Mojo Back workshop attendee’s March 10, 2013
To see how important play is to our learning process and at the same time, we can engage with others reinforcing our value as a person.
Very healing and fun! Never let go our your dreams, continue to challenge your fears and walk with them to the other side. The end result of this process is higher self worth and some extra MOJO in your life!
March 17th attendee’s: Mojo exercise:
Manifesting Your Past.Present and Future
dreams, goals and aspirations.
GET YOUR MOJO BACK- Upcoming March 2013 Workshops
go to www.janetjanssen.com for register details and
pay for classes at: http://www.balancehealthofbenlomond.com/ 831-336-1300
Free PREVIEW workshop:
March 6, 6:30-7:30 at Balance Health of Ben Lomond
Located in downtown Ben Lomond
231-A Main St., Ben Lomond, Ca. 95005
March 10, Get Your Mojo Back $39.00
Location: Balance Health of Ben Lomond
March 17, Play in the Arts: Food for the Soul $39.00
Fun & Creative exercises that will solidify the March 10 workshop
Location: Balance Health of Ben Lomond
‘Getting your Mojo back’ is designed to explore how we set goals and make decisions, yet forget that our levels of motivation must rate high with our intentions.
In January’s, Setting Goals You Can Win at! teleconference we explored ‘how to set goals’. It became clear to to everyone attending that intentions must be backed up by high levels of motivation. And,many discovered that they needed help to get ‘motivated’ ; they felt like they had lost their Mojo.
This workshop will explore how making decisions can stick and motivations last. Making decisions do have a structure to them with criteria. Using NLP (neuro linquistic programming exercises), we can follow the sequence of decision making and learn some motivational strategies. Our motivations deal with either moving towards or away from our goals, so learning how to develop a compelling future can be learned, by using all of our sensory systems , associations and focus.
Another fun technique is what Walt Disney used with his team of engineers in creating the Wonderful World of Disneyland. Walt was a dreamer, but he knew how to be actualize his dream into a plan by using the proper amount of criteria, which today millions of people are enjoying his outcome~ Disneyland.
Wake Up Santa Cruz, November 1, 2012 7:30a-9:00a
Register: Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce $15.00 sign up AFTER Oct. 4th event.
Fearless in Heels and Suits~releasing stress & mind clutter
Let’s face it. We live in a world of 24/7, where fast is faster in an ever changing world. Facing our fears is a must in managing the stress we experience every day.
Join Janet for a morning wake up meeting for a playful and thought provoking workshop that will engage you in simple, but effective ways to relieve stress and enhance clarity of thought and action:
- Learn simple exercises that can release stress on the spot
- Clear away mind clutter using an NLP technique
- Take away exercises you can use at work or home
- Wake up your brain cells and play!
Research in neuroscience encourages diet & physical activity to help with cognitive aging and supports the value of ‘games & exercises’ for stress reduction & clearing mind clutter. We must remember that our mind, body and spirit connections are one.
Learn how to Stress Less *FREE
(no lecture…just creative techniques & play time)
November 5, Monday, 1:30-2:30 pm
At Santa Cruz County AOR
2525 Main St. # I , Soquel, Ca. 95973
- Simple energizing exercises to start your day
- Fun group game to stimulate the brain and increase memory
- Breath work technique at your desk, to calm you down or bring a smile
- Bonus: Lotus Flower meditation demonstration (actual lotus flower appear)
MUST Rsvp : 831-464-2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or register online at: www.mysccar.org
*(donations accepted for material costs)