Eliz Greene
Eliz Greene
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Technical College Support Staff from across the state came together in Madison for a workshop sponsored by Wisconsin Association for Career & Technical Education. Eliz wrapped up the two-day conference 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 people who want to improve their heart health so they can work well, feel better, and stress less.

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.

8 Responses to “Busy Woman’s Guide at WACTE Support Staff Conference”

  • Eliz, I really enjoyed your seminar. I picked up a lot of great tips on how to handle some of the stress I have. I have already started to impliment some of them. My daughter thought I was a really crazy when I stopped and took a deep breath and said “Thank you, Thank you very much!” But we both got a good laugh also. Thank you. I will be sharing the information with my daughter so she can help with her stress also. Kathy

  • Best of the conference at the Hilton. I learned you can move no matter what you are doing to get movement into your life without necessarily having to set aside a specific block of time each day. Breath easy, give out a whahoo and decide if something is important to you. It may not always be to my standards, but if it is important enough to me then I may need to relax my standards for the time being to accomplish it. Loved the story about throwing out the first baseball pitch at the Brewer’s game. It gave me a smile. Have used the “Wait!” door sign and shared with friends.

  • Enjoyed hearing Eliz’s story and learning about the right things to juggle in my life.I know that I can decline the bowling balls and beach balls without feeling guilty. If I don’t take care of me, then I am no good to others. My heart health needs to come first before I can be of use to my family. Just moving while on the phone or talking with someone at my job will get me going. Thanks for the tips on how to manage and cope with stress and easy diet and exercise tips. Even I can do those!! Woooo Whoooo!!!

  • Eliz,

    Your presentation was inspirational. You gave me so many good tips on how to stay a little healthier. I am very into eating healthy and exercise, but have not been able to lose weight now for about 15 years. I’m hoping some of your tips helps me. Thank you once again for sharing your story.

    Kathy Flemal

  • Just got back from your talk at Chilton High School. It was great. I’m going to enjoy myself tomorrow. Take time for myself. Sit and read my book, and maybe do a little quilting. And not feel quilty for it.

  • Just got back from your talk at Chilton High School. It was great. I’m going to enjoy myself tomorrow. Take time for myself. Sit and read my book, and maybe do a little quilting. And not feel quilty for it.
    How did you lose the weight???

  • Amazing…the message you sent out to us tonight was so inspiring, thanks for all the useful information and for reassuring us that it is OK to think of ourselves first some times!

  • I’ve been juggling soooo many balls for so long that it may take me a bit to get a good grip on the balls I can actually handle without letting any hit the floor. I walked away from the Chilton High School after your magnificent motivational presentation with the following: I am just as important as the next person and I DESERVE . . .

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