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Mess with Stress

 

Date: 9th Sept 2017
Time: 10:30am to 2:30pm with 30 min lunch break
Venue: 91Springboard, Andheri
Speakers: Khyati Vikani Bhatt and Keya Bhatt
Fees: Rs. 700 if booked before 10th August, Rs 850 post 11th August. Prior registration is a must.
Topics

Stress is good
Types and classifications of stressors
Reaction to stressors
Myths about stress
Situations and stress
Case Studies
Emotional resilience
Guided Practice for Attitude alterations
Remedies for physical stress arrest
Conclusion

About the Instructors:

Khyati Vikani Bhatt has trained for mastery in Speed Reading People with retired FBI special agent Joe Navarro. She founded Simply Body Talk in 2013 to help individuals and corporates fine tune their nonverbal behavior and nonverbal communication. Khyati believes in taking a scientific approach to body language. Her experience as a wealth manager, currency trader, and family entrepreneur has helped sharpen her nonverbal instincts. She is a fervent reader and has explored the work of many psychologists and anthropologists in her field of work.

Keya Bhatt has an immense corporate experience of business communication from her corporate years. She has worked as a personal trainer with a leading life coach. Keya is a personal communication solution provider and works with us on consultancy projects and collaborative workshops.

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About the Author:

Khyati Bhatt has trained for mastery in Speed Reading People with retired FBI special agent Joe Navarro. She founded Simply Body Talk in 2013 to help individuals and corporates fine tune their nonverbal behavior and nonverbal communication. Khyati believes in taking a scientific approach to body language. Her experience as a wealth manager, currency trader, and family entrepreneur has helped sharpen her nonverbal instincts. She is a fervent reader and has explored the work of many psychologists and anthropologists in her field of work.

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