April 11, 2018 Meeting

Please join us on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 when Monica Leggett will present "STOP the Overwhelm/Procrastination – Get Into Action"

Stress, Tension, Overwhelm, and Procrastination have become a pervasive problem for our fast-paced society. The STOP Syndrome negatively affects what we are doing, who we are being, and our quality of life.

To cure the STOP Syndrome and to get you back into action, Monica will share:

  • The causes of overwhelm and procrastination – what’s really going on
  • Monica’s 5 Step Process from Awareness to Action
  • Case studies to demonstrate how it works
  • Worksheet and Q & A to apply it in your own life

Monica Leggett, owner of New Steps Life Coaching, is a goal accelerator, helping her clients achieve personal and professional goals with new confidence, clarity, and a proactive plan of action. They learn strategies and tools to take the stress and angst out of any situation – from difficult decisions to difficult conversations, and to become more assertive in all areas of their life. Through the coaching process, clients learn how to maintain inner motivation and create sustainable habits that shift the way they are living their lives in order to reach their maximum potential.

Monica works with small business owners, emerging leaders, and teams, as well as individuals and couples in major life transitions. She is also a certified trainer for teams and organizations who want stronger communication, team building, leadership development, and conflict resolution skills.

She has published a best-selling kindle book called “Break Free from the STOP Syndrome: Real Strategies to Overcome Stress, Tension, Overwhelm, and Procrastination”, with tools and strategies to improve everyday life.

Monica’s training includes certifications from The Coaches Training Institute, Center for Right Relationships, Peoplemap™ Systems, Profit from the Positive, and Oasis in the Overwhelm.

Monica and her husband Steve live in Shelton in a wonderful old farmhouse and have three married children and six grandchildren.

Monica’s motto is, “Dream It, Plan It, Do It, and Live It!”

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