Emotional sides of Entrepreneurship: How to cope with emotional challenges when running a business by Lucia Gallegos, MA, RP (Q)

Running a business is already a stressful job that can create internal chaos, making you feel lost and stuck. Some of you might experience anger, anxiety, frustration, sadness and others feelings. We have been taught not express our emotions, and as women we cannot get angry because “good girls” are gentle. These internal ideas do not allow to express our feelings effectively.  In addition, being an entrepreneur does not only include dealing with daily professional issues, but also with other stressors such as family, romantic relationships, loses, personal crisis and internal demons.  How do you cope with all this?
I would be happy to see you at this workshop to talk more about the emotional challenges you are experiencing and how to cope with them.  You are not alone!
Lucia Gallegos is a fluent English and Spanish Registered Psychotherapist and member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association with experience in working with adults and groups. In her private practice she works mainly with women who are struggling with life transitions, challenging romantic relationships, low self-esteem and sense of guilt or loss.  Her passions is to walk together with women in a therapeutic journey where they can find their own internal beauty, wisdom and freedom.  As Viktor Frankl said, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves”.
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Upcoming Workshop: Practical Care for Prosperity

Practical Care for Prosperity

Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 12:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Presenter: Kristin Berry

Being an entrepreneur is a challenge. That inner strength that we call upon to help us maintain our drive, passion and resolve for what we do and overcome challenges requires nurturing. Daily self-care practices are as important as the coffee we drink (or any other essential part of your day)! We should not feel guilty for investing time to care for and nurture the spirit that drives our success.
Join this workshop to learn and share practical daily self-care practices that nurture inner strength for prosperity.

Upcoming Workshop: Rimer Law, Writing Business Contracts

Rimer Law, Writing Business Contracts

Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Time: 12:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Presenter: Arlene Rimer

Are you a female Entrepreneur who’s interested in developing your business sense? Women on the Move along with Arlene Rimer of Rimer Law will be hosting a Workshop on Contracts. Discussing Contracts as an essential business tool that not only protects your business but demonstrates integrity and compliance. You’ll be introduced to the types of Contracts that exist and be able to identify the ones that are integral to the efficiency and security of your venture. Learn how to identify a solid contract, request/make amendments to an existing Contract and how to make any contract work to your best interest. An often overlooked, underused and often misused tool in the Business World, Ms. Rimer brings her legal experience and know-how to the table to help you learn how to decode, construct and use contracts to the benefit of yourself, your business and even your clients. Learn how you can use many documents as Legally Binding Agreements, the types of contracts that exist, which you may need and how to make them work best for you and your business needs. Join this workshop to learn and share practical daily self-care practices that nurture inner strength for prosperity.
Arlene Rimer is a senior lawyer, knowledgeable in all aspects of business law, including intellectual property, computer and internet law. She is dedicated to client satisfaction and personal attention to every matter. She is a trained Mediator. She will meet her clients on weekends and evenings, if necessary, at their location, if necessary. Call for a free initial consultation. You need someone you can trust on your side.

Upcoming Workshop: Emotional sides of Entrepreneurship: How to cope with emotional challenges when running a business.

Emotional sides of Entrepreneurship: How to cope with emotional challenges when running a business.

Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 12:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Presenter: Lucia Gallegos, MA, RP (Q)

Running a business is already a stressful job that can create internal chaos, making you feel lost and stuck. Some of you might experience anger, anxiety, frustration, sadness and others feelings. We have been taught not express our emotions, and as women we cannot get angry because “good girls” are gentle. These internal ideas do not allow to express our feelings effectively.  In addition, being an entrepreneur does not only include dealing with daily professional issues, but also with other stressors such as family, romantic relationships, loses, personal crisis and internal demons.  How do you cope with all this?
I would be happy to see you at this workshop to talk more about the emotional challenges you are experiencing and how to cope with them.  You are not alone!
Lucia Gallegos is a fluent English and Spanish Registered Psychotherapist and member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association with experience in working with adults and groups. In her private practice she works mainly with women who are struggling with life transitions, challenging romantic relationships, low self-esteem and sense of guilt or loss.  Her passions is to walk together with women in a therapeutic journey where they can find their own internal beauty, wisdom and freedom.  As Viktor Frankl said, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves”.