WOW Book Club
The Online WOW Book Club is Here ...and it's FREE!
Connect. Collaborate. Celebrate.
Wednesdays from 12:15-12:45pm starting October 16, until December 4th, 2019
(all meetings will be recorded)
Our first Book Club adventure will be with the #1 Bestseller “Emotional Intelligence: Mental Health Matters”
This week's (Nov 13) guest authors will be Catherine O'Kane and Corisa Bell. Catherine will be speaking about "Overfunctioning". ‘If you want something done right, you better do it yourself’ is the motto of an ‘overfunctioner’. Catherine’s relatable tale of recovery from this dysfunction addresses the root cause of the behaviour, and reveals a way of showing up guaranteed to have different results.
Corisa will be sharing "Stalked by Expectations – It’s Okay to Not be Okay". She openly speaks about her life story and recovery from PTSD including valuable lessons learned along the way. These lessons include the realization that we must heal within ourselves and not depend on others to heal us as well as the need to look at our hardships as lessons.
Both authors will be available for Q&A
(Note: all meetings are recorded, and members have access to a private FB group for ongoing discussions)
Future weeks will include an intimate time with:
Week 2 - Oct 23 with Kristy Joe-Henkes and Cathy Derksen
Week 3 - Oct 30 with Katherine Potter and DeeAnn Lensen
Week 4 - Nov 6 with Sam Van Born and Terriea Harris
Week 5 - Nov 13 with Catherine O’Kane and Corisa Bell
Week 6 - Nov 20 with Kathy Herriot and Katherine McEachnie
Week 7 - Nov 27 with Ellen Walker Matthews and Lilly Gwilliam
Week 8 - Dec 4 with Kim Mowatt and Jennifer Morgan
Kick off your shoes, turn off the phone, pour yourself a beverage, and meet our extraordinary authors online. You’ll enjoy a meaningful and dynamic conversation with us, and can ask your personal questions directly to the authors.
During the book club you will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the minds of the authors with questions such as:
Why is the subject of Mental Health so important to you personally?
Is there anything that you did not share in your chapter that you would like to share now?
What does it feel like to be “out in the open” and being so vulnerable with your story? Has it been a healing process?
What advice would you give someone in your similar situation?
Educate. Entertain. Empower!
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