Alameda County SBDCOakland, CA

How to Achieve an Unstoppable Mindset-What Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Thrive (Oakland)

How to Achieve an Unstoppable Mindset-What Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Thrive (Oakland)

Monday, April 30, 2018 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Free to Attend
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This seminar will teach the core principals of a highly effective business mental mindset for women entrepreneurs. These skills are critical for all women business owners to help improve decision making, perform under pressure and become a confident, relaxed leader who inspires others.   

Skills covered will include: 

How to build confidence and trust yourself under pressure.
How to utilize the powerful tools that world class athletes use.
How to focus on things you can control instead of obsessing about those that you can’t
How to reach your optimal performance
How to use fear as a teacher

Tina Greenbaum


Tina Greenbaum is a licensed Clinical Social Worker, an Optimal Performance Specialist and a Best Selling Author.  Throughout her extensive career of over 30 years, she has been a pioneer in combining traditional psychotherapy with body-awareness, energy psychology, neuroscience and spirituality.  She brings the latest discoveries in neuroscience with the ancient traditions of the East, as well as the best of Western theories.  Tina works with entrepreneurs and business professionals, teaching the performance skills necessary to manage in challenging and pressured situations.


Lee Lambert
James Irvine Center
353 Frank H Ogawa Plaza Plaza A Room
Oakland, CA 94612

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