How to Achieve Work-Life Harmony & Celebrate the Fruits of Your Labor

Presented by Ramona Wright, Certified Integrative Wellness & Life Coach and Director of The Center of Leadership, Love & Relationships

So often, we as leaders are focused on the end game or an accomplishment that we often miss the fun of the journey and the lessons learned by being in the present moment.  

We rarely give ourselves time and permission to reflect, rest or celebrate after a win because it's on to the next goal or competing priority. But what if taking time to celebrate our accomplishments and making time for fun could make us more productive? How do you reward yourself once a task is completed? Do you reward yourself? 

I believe that the (7) seven keys to a more harmonious work-life include vision, creativity, collaboration, delegation, rest, reflection, and celebration. Join me Ramona Wright, as I share a few personal stories, Biblically inspired examples, along with tips and tools of how you might live a more well balanced life and become even more productive in your ministry.

Ramona will be speaking at the Cyclical LA Starters Lunch on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Join us to hear her perspective on work-life balance.


Ramona Wright

Ramona Wright, creator and host of The Chair podcast, is a certified integrative wellness life coach and founder of The Center of Leadership, Love and Relationships (LLR Center). As a social entrepreneur, Ramona draws from more than 15 years of experience that includes strategic communication, magazine publishing and teaching social media marketing at her alma mater Loyola Marymount University.

Her past experience includes work with Oxfam America, Sony Music US Latin, Reebok, the GRAMMY Museum, Georgetown University, Film Independent, Cialis®, Qatar Foundation International and the West African country Sierra Leone.

Ramona has hosted and spoken at events presented by Google, Microsoft, Leadershape, EmpowHer, and the Hispanic College Fund. Her commentaries, speeches, BLOGS, and creative works have been published in Black Enterprise, the Congressional Record, Journal of Popular Film and Television, and Going Supernova: The Bold Paths of 101 Superachievers.
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