5 Course Corrections to Change Lanes from Surviving to Thriving

Summary

Many times we find ourselves on autopilot mode rolling through life without the energy, joy, and fulfillment that we long to experience. We don’t have to settle for status quo though; we are all armed with the power of choice and the ability to change. Join Dena Jansen, Founder and Voice of Dena Speaks, as she covers 5 course corrections where we have the potential to become intentional. These course corrections are human needs we have and actions we could consider that provide real-life opportunities to shift our mindset and put us back in control of our own lives. Any change we decide to make – big or small – can bring more of the freedom, abundance, and connection that are part of thriving, and not just surviving, in our beautiful and perfectly imperfect lives!

In this webinar with Dena Jansen, you’ll learn answers to these questions:

  • What is the difference in thriving and surviving?
  • What are the common roadblocks to thriving in life?
  • What are 5 course corrections to help become more intentional in your goal to thrive?
  • Where and how do I begin striving to thrive?

Dena would love to keep the conversation going though, so she invites you to text DENASPEAKS to 22828 to start receiving her monthly First Friday newsletters. 

Speaker Bios

Dena Jansen
Founder & Voice of
Dena Speak

Dena believes that each individual has untapped potential that once found and empowered will forever change the trajectory of this world! That’s why Dena spends her time with potential seeking leaders – both emerging and veteran – of corporations both large and small. She shows businesses and individuals that by taking small steps inward and then toward one another, they have the power to cultivate an environment where everyone wins.

Dena launched Dena Speaks as a way to inspire others by sharing the real life lessons she’s learned along her personal and professional growth journey. A retired partner from Austin-based accounting, tax, and consulting firm Maxwell Locke & Ritter where she managed the nonprofit practice, Dena continues to believe that education fuels true organic growth. In her speaking and guiding, she yokes shared accountability to infinite possibility. She loves spending time with groups – small and large – helping to empower individuals and teams to find their voice, be brave and hold tight to values of being kind, open, real, and, of course, FUN!

Dena shares life with her husband, JP, and their two children, Trace and Elizabeth in Buda, Texas. She serves on the Boards of Directors of Mission Capital and the Hays County Livestock Expo and volunteers at Austin Speech Labs.

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