Busy Woman’s Guide at Farm Bureau National Women’s Leadership Conference

Celebrating women leaders in the farm community, Eliz presented the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart at the Farm Bureau National Women’s Leadership Conference April 16 & 17. 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…

Busy Woman’s Guide at Western Mass Go Red

We are continuing to celebrate Heart Month, today in Springfield, Massachusetts, with fabulous women at the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Luncheon.  Woo Hoo! Eliz provided the passion and motivation for becoming involved in the Go Red cause through sharing her experience as a heart health advocate.  Audience members who made a donation…

Busy Woman’s Guide at Kern County Go Red

We are celebrating Heart Month in Bakersfield, California with fantastic women at the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Luncheon.  Woo Hoo! Eliz shared tips and strategies to live longer, feel better, and stress less in a program based on her book the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart .  We’re you there?…

Busy Woman’s Guide at Green Bay IAAP

Tonight, that’s right the night after the Packers won the Super Bowl, Eliz celebrated with the fantastic women of the Green Bay Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals!  Woo Hoo! Eliz shared stress management strategies in her Juggling Lessons For Life program.  We’re you there? Leave a comment below about what you learned…

Eliz Greene Profiled on TNT! Join the Virtual Viewing Party!

TNT Television came to town right around the 10th anniversary of my heart attack to film a profile about my work with women and heart disease. In celebration of Heart Month, the Dramatic Difference Profile, sponsored by I Am ProHeart – Bayer Aspirin, will be airing on TNT several times. Please join us on Friday,…

Is Your Job Killing You?

Does this sound like you? “I have to work very fast.” “I work very hard.” “I manage competing demands of others.” “I worry about losing my job.” “I feel underused or powerless.” If so, your job may be putting you at risk for a heart attack or stroke. According to a study recently released by…

Decade of Gratitude Post #10: Our Precious Burdens

Part of the dedication to my first book reads: For Grace and Callie, who drive me crazy and keep me sane, all at the same time. My sassy, ten-year-old-today, daughters think that is pretty funny! Soon after Grace and Callie were born, our priest visited and referred to them as our “precious burdens.” Both Clay…

Decade of Gratitude Post #9: The Chance

Tonight I will receive the Heart Hero Award from the American Heart Association. I’m deeply honored and very humbled. I didn’t set out to do anything award-worthy – I simply needed to give back for the chance I’d been given. I am so grateful for the chance to watch my daughters grow, grow old with…

Decade of Gratitude Post #8: My Path

Sometimes it is hard to find the path in life. One benefit of a near-death experience for me was clarity of what is important and where I want to go. Right after my heart attack, I often said I could deal with anything as long as I got to raise my daughters with Clay. I…