On Thursday, April 16, Leadership Perryton XIII will host Dr. Tina Thomas. She will present a motivating, thought-provoking session called “Up to Your RAS in Alligators.” Attendees will learn how to understand others better and how to decrease stress by dealing with jealousy, anger, and guilt.
Group and individual stresses are coming in growing businesses. Even positive circumstances and success can create challenges for balancing mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. This lack of balance can threaten your wellbeing. To combat this, Dr. Thomas will explain the reticular activating system (RAS) part of the brain, which can help you re-establish and maintain balance. Her top 10 steps on using your RAS will help you decrease stress; improve productivity, customer service, and employee retention; and increase your bottom line.
The event will be held at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus. Registration begins at 6 p.m., with the presentation to follow at 6:30. It is free to the public, thanks to the generous sponsorship of M&R Package and Watonga Cheese.
For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 435-6575.
About Dr. Thomas
Hailing from New Orleans, Louisiana, Dr. Tina Thomas is regarded as an expert in self-development, personality development, and helping people reach their potential. Her presentation style is dynamic, fun, and easy to understand. Dr. Thomas has a Ph.D. in biopsychology and has done extensive research on personality. She also is a registered nurse and licensed clinical social worker. She is the author of three books and has been featured on CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox.
She garnered international attention when she cracked the code of human personality, which some refer to as the “Holy Grail of Psychology.” Many believe this breakthrough could revolutionize the thought process of how humans reach their potential. Combining the science of psychology and art of psychotherapy, Dr. Thomas presents principles of living a happier, healthier, and more successful life.