On Friday, March 27th, 2009, I was the keynote for the 2nd Annual Women In Leadership Development Conference for The Gannon University Small Business Development Center in Erie, PA. The Conference involved “women presenting to women” and focused on the areas of: wellness, leadership and personal development. Dr. Kennedy spoke on servant leadership – “Becoming a PWR Leader: Serving Up Success.” I also offered a break-out session on “PWR Branding: Leveraging your Unique Value Proposition.”
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THE BUZZ: From January 16th through January 19th, 2009, I participated in the 6th Annual Yoga Journal San Francisco Conference at the Hyatt Regency. I moderated a Continuing Education panel entitled “The Business of Being a Yoga Teacher,” with Jason Crandell, Pretzel France, Cyndi Lee, and Rogelio Nunez. From March 5th through March 7th, I was once again with yoga pioneers at the Third IAYT Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research in Los Angeles. Yoga Alliance held a special event at the conference in celebration of its 10th Anniversary.
The Power of… CONVICTION
CONVICTION. Do you stand up for what you believe in? Do you even know what you believe in? In this column, I would like to honor Jesse Hill, Jr., who died on December 17, 2012 at the age of 86. My mentor, who was like a second dad, he is an incredible example of a true PWR Broker.
2009 NV Awards
THE BUZZ: On February 27th, 2009, I attended the 2009 NV Awards – A Salute to Urban Professionals in Business at the New York Stock Exchange. Some of the award winners included: actress and producer Vivica A. Fox; NBA star Stephon Marbury; real estate entrepreneur R. Donahue Peebles; Chief Diversity Officer for the Omnicom Group…
Integrative Healthcare Symposium 2009
On February 19th and 20th, 2009, I participated in the Integrative Healthcare Symposium in New York. The event is a gathering of influential and inspiring practitioners and healthcare professionals in integrative medicine and offers informational programs, updates on evidence-based research, and peer-to peer networking. On February 19th, I moderated a panel entitled “From Local to Global: Nursing Leadership for Change.” Panelists include: Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN; Barbara Sattler, PhD, RN; Dorothy Larkin, PhD, RN; Mary Jo Kreitzer, PhD, RN. On Saturday, February 20th, I taught a Ta Yoga class for the program. I’m honored to be a part of these landmark activities.
The Power of… HOPE
HOPE. What is the role of hope in your life? If your world seems to be disintegrating right before your eyes, how do you pick yourself up? I’ve been answering more calls lately from people who are trying to make sense of our rapidly changing world. They are searching for refuge from the storm – something to hold on to. Some, who have never been unemployed in their adult lives, have lost their livelihoods.
The Power of… BOLDNESS
BOLDNESS. Are you hiding out waiting for life to happen? Do you let fear or doubt hold you back? What bold moves will you make this year to live authenticity? My Mom’s cousin, Juanita Jeanette Lindsey, died in Harlem at the age of 71. On the surface, Jeanette appeared to live an ordinary life, yet her everyday boldness made her extraordinary.
The Power of…
Welcome to “The Power of…” column – part of the Power Living® Empowerment Series. Since it’s inception in April 2003, Dr. Terri Kennedy has written over 70 editions.
90-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch
THE BUZZ: I was honored today to once again take a workshop with Tao Porchon-Lynch, one of my favorite yoga teachers. At 90 years old, she is stronger – physically and spiritually – than most people I know, and is a constant inspiration for my own life and many others. She often talks about allowing the yoga practice to come from the inside which is where your true power lies. She is indeed a PWR Broker – a light that shines so bright that you feel her warmth the moment you step into her presence.
National Institutes of Health
THE BUZZ… On Friday, I had the honor of speaking at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. The NIH, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research. I gave a keynote speech on “Yoga as a Corporate Stress Management Tool.”