Eliz Greene
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It was definitely a “Night for Women” in Chilton, Wisconsin on October 12th! Nearly 600 women gathered for an evening of entertainment and education sponsored by Affinity HealthEliz got the women up dancing and shouting Woo Hoo with  “Women Have Balls!”

Were you there? Leave a comment below about what you heard and receive a free copy of the e-book Move More: The Busy Woman’s Guide to an Active Lifestyle!

Eliz Greene works with busy women who want to improve their heart health so they can live longer, feel better, and stress less. Eliz’s keynote presentations energize audiences around the goals of HeartTruth.

She is the author of the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart and 3 other books on wellness.  She writes one of the top 50 health and wellness blogs and is a sought-after women’s wellness speaker. Find out about her women’s wellness programs, workplace wellness programs and programs for healthcare professionals at EmbraceYourHeart.com

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About Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins. Her down-to-earth strategies to manage stress and improve heart health and reduce stress are used by thousands of busy people all over the world. She is a motivational wellness speaker, author, and job stress researcher. Visit elizgreene.com to book Eliz for your next event.

18 Responses to “Busy Woman’s Guide at Night for Women”

  • Hi Eliz,
    I really enjoyed your presentation last night! I am definitely one who juggles way more “balls” than I can handle! I am a mommy to 3 beautiful boys and I just recently started my own business with Scentsy. I was feeling overwelmed by all my responsibilities and felt I needed something just for me. I’m glad I’m not alone when it comes to feeling overwelmed by everything life throws at you. I’m really going to reevaluate life and get rid of the beach balls. Thank you so much!!!

    Brandi Trace

  • Hearing you speak gave me the energy to try harder to get into a positive routine of exercise. It really helped seeing and hearing about the proper way to juggle our lives. Yes I do feel guilty when it comes to me. It is probably the hardest thing to learn that it is o.k. to say “no” and than not feel guilty for it. Thank you for your inspirational talk last night. I really feel better today! Woo Hoo will be my new get up and go with the children in my care.
    Linda Tasch

  • This was my first Woman Night. I actually hesitated on going. I am so glad I went. Eliz was a great inspiration. One thing I learned is it’s ok to say no–especially when you have lots of “balls” in the air and it’s ok to give myself a much needed Woo Hoo!!! Thanks for the inspiration Eliz!!! Your story was incredible.

  • Eliz
    Thanks for a very enjoyable presentation. You made a person think about themselves and how to live healthier. Your story goes to show that God had more things for you to do in your life

    Jane

  • Hi Eliz,
    Was there and absolutely loved your talk. You are awesome!!!! Thanks for sharing with us. God Bless you and your family.
    Loved the visuals-especially the chainsaw as that is how I feel right now….
    Thanks again!
    Deb Schmidt

  • Hi Eliz,

    I had a chance to listen to your presentation last night in Chilton and enjoyed it very much. Loved your insight and humour. Love, love, love the door hanger. Keep spreading the vision.

    Joan

  • Hello!! Thanks so much for sharing your story and insight with us. I loved your analagy about juggling our balls as women. It was a much needed reminder to take care of myself….otherwise I will not be able to keep my other balls in the air. Woo-hoo!! 🙂 I am looking forward to getting into your busy womans guide to an active life as well!!
    Thanks again,
    Laura Pennings

  • Hi Eliz,

    Thank you for a great presentation last nite. I needed someone to say it’s okay to say “no” and spend time for me Whoo Hoo!!!!!!

    Barb

  • Very inspirational for us that have more than three balls in our court. We just keep going along trying to keep up. Now maybe I can say no to some of the balls.
    Karen

  • Thanks for a great presentation in Chilton last night. Laughter is the best medicine. Thanks for giving us a dose of that. I have my pedometer on right now – need to walk a little more yet today. I know your presentation will help me say ‘no’ to a few more activities in the future. I did take some ‘me’ time today. 🙂

  • Eliz,

    What a great presenter! Your talk was both informative and entertaining. This was my first Night for Women and it was great. I thought about not going because of all the “balls” that I have in the air, but I am glad that I went. I even found myself moving a bit this morning when I brushed my teeth! Thanks again!

    Joyce

  • Hi Eliz,
    i really enjoyed listening to your presentation last night and can definitely relate to every aspect of it. I right now feel as thou I am juggling that chainsaw…but, on a positive note, I have learned since June that it is OK to say no and do something for myself…WHOO HOO…Since the birth of our daughter 14 years ago, I have been juggling ALOT of balls…(Oldest in college…youngest has ADHD, mom had a stroke…etc)….I look forward to exploring your website more in depth….You are a true inspiration !!!!

  • Eliz,

    Your presentation was awesome! I loved the way you used the visuals and got the audience involved in movement. You were believable, informative, humorous and engaging. Thanks for coming to Chilton’s “Night for Women” and I hope you can keep on inspiring others as well. Woo Hoo!!

  • Eliz,
    Thank you for coming to Chilton and for sharing your much needed message! I didn’t comment last night because I took some time for me instead of trying to get one more thing done. I am going to take a closer look at my “balls” and make sure that I take good care of myself. Your message is one that EVERY woman should hear and take to heart. Thank you again and keep up the good work! Woo Hoo!

  • Hi Eliz,

    Attended your presentation at the Engler Center in Chilton last week. We all learned how to manage our time and to exercise more. Thanks for coming.

    Jeanne

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