Walk Cool

Walk Cool

<p><strong>L.T. Arnold</strong></p>

<p>There are moments when one has a choice of how to perceive something.  Is this a challenge or is this a hard stop?  Can it be done or can it not?  Will it be a barrier or will it be an opportunity? Looking for those answers can lead to lots of different voices – yours and those around you – and they all hold influence over your approach.</p>

<p>WALK COOL uses a personal case study to explore how adversity combined with different perceptions – both internal and external, positive and negative – can shape, limit, and empower all of us to do what we can do, and to do it REALLY well.</p>

<p>Learner Objectives:</p>

<p>1. Identify opportunities to shift perceptions, remove barriers, and encourage success</p>

<p>2. Discuss the effects of positive thinking, positive influences and positive role models when faced with challenges and negative self-talk</p>

<p>3. Explore biases in methods for evaluating performance effectiveness</p>

<p>4. Illustrate the strength of teamwork, community, and family in developing resiliency</p>

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Sunday 12/6
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L.T. Arnold

There are moments when one has a choice of how to perceive something.  Is this a challenge or is this a hard stop?  Can it be done or can it not?  Will it be a barrier or will it be an opportunity? Looking for those answers can lead to lots of different voices – yours and those around you – and they all hold influence over your approach.

WALK COOL uses a personal case study to explore how adversity combined with different perceptions – both internal and external, positive and negative – can shape, limit, and empower all of us to do what we can do, and to do it REALLY well.

Learner Objectives:

1. Identify opportunities to shift perceptions, remove barriers, and encourage success

2. Discuss the effects of positive thinking, positive influences and positive role models when faced with challenges and negative self-talk

3. Explore biases in methods for evaluating performance effectiveness

4. Illustrate the strength of teamwork, community, and family in developing resiliency