Tap into Your Resilience &

Unlock Your Potential

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 8:00 pm EST

Participate in this FREE 60-minute “Sip and Learn” experience to learn how to tap into your innate resilience to help you bounce back from the adversity of COVID-19

As a species, we have been shaped by our resilience in the face of external forces around us. But, what does that mean for how we work internally?

Resilience is bouncing back from adversity. As human beings, we have bounced back from a countless number of external forces. . . wars, famine, earthquakes, tsunamis, genocides, etc etc etc etc etc etc.

This has indelibly and permanently changed how our brains work over time. 

But what does this mean for us now as we go through a global pandemic?

What do we do when right now we are in a state of being where we have to be resilient to external invisible germs, but also, to internal factors that are a result of social isolation and quarantine measures?

The last time Americans even came close to facing this situation was after September 11, 2001. But now, its a global health and economic pandemic. What is its impact on the human brain, mind, and, sense of Self?

Our brains don’t actually know the difference between reality as we experience it, and reality as we dictate to it. As long as we think of ourselves as helpless victims of our current circumstances, we are going to keep spiraling downward into negativity. Resilience is the only way back into a positive outlook on life. Resilience is the biggest tool that empowers us to unlock our true potential as people. 

What do you need to know about resilience to maximize yours in all aspects of your life?

Many people don’t even realize that there are several different dimensions that resilience acts on. And, you have control over these dimensions. 

You can reprogram your brain to serve you well with resilience. And, it is not hard to do!

Join us in a free 60-minute webinar to learn about what resilience is, and how you can tap into your inner resilience in the simplest yet most profound ways.

What’s In It For You?:

  1. Understand how your brain, mind and body work together to either help or hinder you
  2. Learn how your resilience is critical in times of uncertainty
  3. Develop strategies to use your resilience to get you through COVID-19
  4. Increase your capacity for resilience

Bring your Beverage. Relax. And, learn about something that will help you thrive. 

After Participating in This Happy Hour Sip and Learn, you will have:

  • A deeper understanding of your innate ability to be resilient, no matter what!
  • How to take time to build your resilience energy
  • The mindset you need to be resilient
  • Some actionable, immediately implementable tips to practice your resilience. 

About the Speakers

Sloka Iyengar PhD, PMP is a neuroscientist passionate about using her science and dance training for public good. Born and raised in Ahmedabad, India, Sloka worked at a shelter for stray animals after her undergraduate studies in pharmacy. For her academic work, Sloka focused on understanding how neuronal circuits generate and sustain epileptic seizures. In the recent past, Sloka has worked in the private sector and with non-for-profit organizations to broaden her scientific and science communication skills. 

Sloka is also a professional dancer and performer of the 2000-year-old classical Indian dance form known as Bharatanatyam. She teaches dance and has started a program to bring dance to residents of New York City nursing homes. 

Dr. Aparajita Jeedigunta is a social-personality psychologist, a certified professional executive life coach, a published author, a podcaster, and a Traumatic Brain Injury survivor turned mental wellbeing advocate. She consults with corporate organizations to create custom-made, comprehensive solutions that help them break their silo cultures and create interconnected, inclusive organizational cultures where their talent can fully belong and thrive.

A passionate and engaging speaker, Dr. AJ brings the unique trifecta of her experience, education, and training to deliver information that empowers her listeners.