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I Think I Don't Remember: Distraction versus Direction

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Life is busy. There are no two ways around it. Demands can come from work or home or relationships or church or neighbors. Sometimes we spend all our days in crisis management mode and not in growth mode just to get things off our plates. Join Barbara Hetzel, Jann Jaffe, and Wendol Buckner in the discussion on how to turn distractions into directions.

Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world. As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.

Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach.  A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life.  As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.

Wendolyne C. Buckner, (Wendol) is a Certified Project Management Professional and a Certified Professional Coach with over a decade of experience in shifting mindsets to facilitate change within organizations and individuals. His philosophy in coaching, and in life, focuses on Leadership, Accountability, Character, and Excellence.  He summarizes his core message this way: "Being ‘more’ or ‘better’ is not just a product of focused action, but of focused thought.