This year’s seminars will be some of the best yet as we tackle topics that are focused on beauty, self-esteem, relationships, financial issues and more. In addition, there will be seminars specifically for teenagers and college students. Make sure to pick up a program on the day of Women’s Empowerment to see a complete schedule of the day’s seminars.
Here is a list of the day’s seminars:
The Dangers of Self-Diagnosis: Signs Not to Ignore! The popularity of self-diagnosis continues to rise during these tough economic times. But, there are some signs that you should not ignore. Come and find out how excessive pill popping, snoring, headaches, and prolonged cold could really be affecting your health.
Sponsored by: Duke Medicine
My Comeback From a Setback There is life after a financial hardship. Learn wealth strategies that could help you bounce back from a financial setback.
The 800 Club: Are You Part of the Pack? This is one seminar that you don’t want to miss, come learn how to rebuild, raise, and protect your credit score.
Social Media Etiquette; Because There’s Not an App For That There’s an app for everything, except social media etiquette. During this seminar teens will learn social media etiquette dos and don’ts and the importance of having a clean cyber record.
I Hear You Talking But What Are You Saying: Effective Communications Actions truly speak louder than words. According to Professor Albert Mehrabian’s communications model, words (the literal meaning) account for 7% of the overall message; tone of voice accounts for 38% of the overall message; and body language accounts for 55% of the overall message. Attend this seminar and receive tips on how to improve your communication skills.
Girl…Do It Yourself! This seminar will turn the everyday women into a renaissance woman. Learn how to do simple home improvements and car repairs. Ladies, you can do it yourself.
Black Men Revealed
Come and listen to some of the hottest black men in America talk about how to find and keep healthy relationships.