Harness the Power of Your Words and Speak Your Peace with Karen Barbee, founder of Steadfast Communication, LLC

Tuesday, October 14th
6:30 pm
Board Room, Third Street Center,
520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

 Your Words Create the Quality of Life You Live

Have you experienced the hurt of words spoken in anger and pain?

Do you know we can change the way we hear and speak so conversations bring us deeper connection?

Join Karen Barbee to learn how NonViolent Communication can prepare you to live your life infused with clarity, honesty, appreciation, and harmony.

By increasing your understanding of how your language impacts you and by gaining effective communication skills, you can increase your capacity to live in harmony within yourself, with others, and with the planet.

By increasing the effectiveness of communication, you will decrease the amount of time and energy spent in the confusion of poor communication, allowing you to have more energy to live the life you want.

You will be introduced to the following skills. How to:

  • Speak in a way that you are heard
  • Listen to hear the message in the words
  • Create win/win outcomes from conflict
  • Effectively deal with emotions
  • Deepen your relationships

Karen Barbee is a NonViolent Communication Trainer, a Certified Mediator, a Collaborative Divorce Neutral, an Empathic Coach, a Restorative Justice and Communication Consultant and Facilitator.  Karen is Co-President for The Board of Directors of Mountain Judicial Mediators, assistant for the NonViolent Communication Leadership Program and the Empathic Livelihood Program, a graduate of the Roaring Fork Leadership Program, and a Critical Friends Coach. As the founder of Steadfast Communication, LLC, Karen helps people harness the power of their words and, thereby, deepen the understanding and the quality of connection they have in their personal and professional relationships.

Suggested Donation: $5.00

Pre-registration required by 3:00 p.m. 10/14.

Contact Karen Barbee to register and for more information at 970-618-9409 or steadfast.kbarbee@gmail.com

More information on Karen’s work at steadfastcommunication.com

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: America’s Forgotten Origin Story with Connie Baxter Marlow

Revising Revisionist History

Thursday, October 2nd
7:00 pm
Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street,
Carbondale, Colorado

Sunday, October 5th
5:00 pm
Woody Creek Community Center,
Woody Creek, Colorado

Trust, Providence, Pilgrims, Indians and the American Dream – A New Perspective
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Connie Baxter Marlow, author and filmmaker will share what she has discovered from 15 years of Mayflower Pilgrim research in England, Holland and Cape Cod combined with her 20 years of experiences with Native Americans throughout the United States and Mexico.

Connie Baxter MarlowListen to Connie’s talk at Dana Hall School this June:
http://bit.ly/CBMTrustPilgrimIndiansYT  or read rhe transcript of the talk http://bit.ly/CBTrustPilgrimsIndiansScribd

Learn about the role of the Pilgrims and Indians in the evolution of democracy and the American Mind and Spirit.

Admission Free and Donations accepted for IndieGoGo Crowd-funding campaign. Watch the 3-minute vid and contribute if you can! www.Igg.me/at/First50Years

Supported by Davi Nikent. Center for Human Flourishing

For more information go to: www.First50Years.us or www.WoodyC3.org

Prevention and Reversal of Dis-ease (heart attack, stroke, diabetes, inflammatory conditions and more) with Dr. Greg Feinsinger

Dr. Greg Feinsinger, founder of The Center for Prevention and Treatment of Disease through Nutrition.
Tuesday, September 30th at 6:30 pm
Board Room, Third Street Center,
520 S. 3rd St., Carbondale

Hear the latest information about the role that atherosclerosis and inflammation plays in many disease states; major risk factors that may lead to compromised health; the facts about cholesterol; the important role of food and exercise in maintaining optimum health and more. Dr. Feinsinger presents information based on research and results from a local nutritional program that supports the role of lifestyle changes in positively influencing your health.

Greg-Feinsinger-225x300Dr. Feinsinger has been in Family Practice at Glenwood Medical Associates since 1973. He is a graduate of University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and is board certified in Family Medicine. As an accomplished athlete – runner, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and more Greg is personally interested in nutrition for health and performance. He has dedicated himself to encouraging and teaching others the benefits of a nutrition al approach to the prevention and intervention of diseases such as Heart Attack, Stroke, & Diabetes.

Suggested Donation: $10
For more information contact info@davinikent.org or call 970-618-5879.

For more information about Greg Feinsinger, MD go to http://www.glenwoodmedical.com/meet-the-staff/greg-feinsinger-md/. Also see information about the Heart Attack Prevention at Glenwood Medical Associates co-founded by Dr. Feinsinger at www.glenwoodmedical.com/services/heart-attack-stroke-prevention.

Event co-sponsored by MasterMinds 4 Wellness, Dr. Feinsinger & The Center for Prevention and Treatment of Disease through Nutrition, Epicurious’s Start 28: Meal Plans Designed for Health program and Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing.