Webinar: Transforming New Year’s Resolutions into Positive Life Affirmations

January 19th, 2022 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST

Almost every person resolves to change negative behaviors on January first. The good news is we can make these changes after that date, on it, or before it! The key is not willpower, but being open to change and be willing to start over in case of a break in a new routine. If we go about altering too radically, not only will we not produce quality results, we will most likely quit altogether without reaching any of our goals. We can resolve on any given day to change our habits incrementally and not be disappointed. The message is NEVER GIVE UP.

Learning Objectives:
  • How to create more effective New Year's Resolutions
  • Discuss physical wellness and how we can make subtle changes in our physical routines that are realistic
  • Open the conversation about mental health and discuss removing the preconceived notions and stigma formerly attached to speaking out

About the Speaker:


Rhonda Partain is a Public Speaker who evangelizes on a myriad of topics from diversity, equity inclusion and belonging to advocacy for the differently-abled of every skillset. Rhonda is a Speaker in Residence for Access Elite, a health and wellness company located in Newport Beach, California. In addition to being an integral part of Pneuma Solutions as a Customer Service Specialist and a Tier One Technical Support Specialist Rhonda is CEO of Inspiravate Enterprises LLC, a company founded by her and her husband to represent her in her public speaking endeavors. She has been featured as an Essayist with Pop-Up Magazine, a multi-media theater presentation from San Francisco, California and has toured all over the United States during the past six years, recounting her life in an essay entitled Blind Date. Rhonda resides in Bremen, Georgia with her husband of thirty-six years, Ben, has two daughters and five grandchildren.

Rhonda holds a BA in Psychology and a Minor in Sociology from Liberty University in Virginia and a MA in Vocational Rehabilitation from University of Kentucky.


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