Learn skills that can actually help give women an edge in business and why it works from a neuroscience and physiological perspective.
Often women become very hard on themselves to compete in male-dominated industries. But, the reality is that being gentle with themselves allows them to access higher brain function via the pre-frontal cortex for better decision-making, executive functioning, creativity, ability to connect with others, confidence, etc.
Wellness is one of the most crucial tools we can bring to our work environment. As we look to handle the uphill challenge of bringing on new clients, WHILE handling current responsibilities inside and outside the office, something’s gotta give! Our guest speaker Sarah Hodges has impressed me tremendously, and hope she can impress you too. Come with questions!
Sarah Hodges is a certified coach, speaker, and creator of the A+ Method: A proprietary approach to goal setting. The powerful A+ Method can unstick the stuck, motivate the unmotivated, and soothe the stressed. Tested on clients from ages 6 to 91, Sarah’s powerful program transforms from the inside-out in record time.
Her passion for personal growth began after her struggle with obesity and depression as a professional musician and opera singer. After losing 90 pounds and transforming her own life, Sarah sought out extensive education and certifications in brain-based life coaching, health coaching, and biomechanics.
When not coaching, Sarah spends her time on her passion project called Innerform, where she applies her A+ Method to body-positive wellness education for women. She is also a strong supporter of cancer research and prevention. She works closely with the National Foundation of Cancer Research and sits on the advisory board of Geneius, a t-cell therapy company.
Neuroleadership Institute Brain-Based Coach
Uniform Investment Advisor Law
ACE Health Coach
Z-Health Essentials of Elite Performance
NASM Personal Trainer
Proprioception & Awareness
Advanced Circulatory and Respiratory Techniques
ELDOA (Longitudinal Osteo-Articular Decoaptation Segmental Strengthening
Cardiovascular Conditioning Techniques