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Get Out of Your Head! The One Must Have Practice to Reduce Stress....

Take advantage of your BMA membership benefit by attending this free workshop for members only!

Get Out of Your Head! The One Must Have Practice that will Reduce Stress, Conquer Your Fear, Increase Your Credibility and Allow you to Reclaim the Real YOU

Most of us spend 80-85% of our day stuck in our heads, plodding through life’s mental challenges. That habit increases our stress, reduces our “gut instincts” and drains our energy. Jennifer will help you learn a few key practices and tips that will allow you to push aside the stress and fears of the day to find a source of energy and creativity so that you can to tap into the real you.


Jennifer Olson
Founder, Chief Leadership Officer, DVLP Solutions

Jennifer Olson founder and Chief Leadership Officer of DVLP Solutions (pronounced Develop Solutions). Through DVLP Solutions, Jennifer works with conscious companies, business professionals and business owners who are looking to do things differently to create extraordinary results. With over 25 years of experience in leadership and business development, she loves providing customized programs that specifically address the areas of greatest need for her clients.  As a certified coach, an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, a certified instructor in the Art of Presence and a Core Dynamic Specialist in Training, she has a unique blend of credentials that enable her and her team to weave proven business strategies with nontraditional physical, energetic and values-based leadership practices that help business owners and leaders thrive exceeding their own expectations, goals and profits.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm


Specialty Incentives (Idea Center Classroom), 5403 E. Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80222

Specialty is just east of I25 and Evans, on the north side of the street. Ample parking in the back. The meeting space is right next to the building.

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  • BMA Members: $0


Deadline: 1/20/2016
Maximum Attendees: 50