JAN 29: Stephanie Marston’s Type R: Transformative Resilience & Maggie Hadleigh-West’s Sick to Death
Wouldn’t you love the ability to dismiss that feeling of uncertainty that often accompanies life’s difficulties by turning them into learning opportunities instead? In Type R: Transformative Resilience for Thriving in a Turbulent World, work/life balance expert Stephanie Marston teams with her daughter Ama to show you how to turn difficult circumstances into catalysts for growth.
Stephanie is a motivational speaker, best-selling author, and Work/Life Balance Expert, dedicated to providing people with the tools that reduce stress, balance work and family and make time for what truly matters. Fortune 500 companies, global corporations, women’s and health-care organizations and professional associations have sought her expertise to help them reduce stress, increase productivity and create a culture of satisfaction for their employees.
Later, nothing is more disconcerting than the people you need to trust the most with your health … the medical industry … are often the most corrupt. In Sick to Death!, filmmaker Maggie Hadleigh-West exposes medical corruption, greed, and negligence that leave as many as 750 million people suffering worldwide, while exploring treatment options for Thyroid Disease that are rarely discussed.
In 1991 Maggie Hadleigh-West made the very first film on sexual harassment in public called War Zone which garnered world-wide attention and completed a first feature of the same name in 1998. Sick to Death! is her fourth film and second documentary, and helped Maggie win the 2017 “Impact Docs” Award.Continue reading