Act 1 was all about your family, your spouse, friends,
civic duties and making a living. You poured your heart and soul into creating
a good life, for yourself and others.
In fact, you get a standing ovation for all you’ve accomplished!
The world is a better place because of you and all you’ve done.
Now, let’s focus on how you can make this second act of your life a great one!
Sure, you still have responsibilities to your kids, your spouse and your work. And your parents aren’t getting any younger.
But with the right knowledge and tools, you can perform in your starring role and have fun doing it!
Join us for a day of learning, pampering, networking and fun as the experts show you how to care for yourself, your money and your loved ones in ways that make your life manageable and free from worry and stress.
You’re a busy woman with lots of responsibility. Everyone turns to you to get the job done. You’ve created an amazing life for yourself and others, but you’ve also made sacrifices—and you’re tired. You may have put on weight or developed negative habits in response to stress. Your body is telling you to slow down but you have too much to do. It’s time to put the spotlight on you and your health for a change. It’s time to decrease your stress and increase your joy and wellbeing.
In this talk, Tricia Nelson will share:
- 3 easy and natural ways to de-stress now
- How to find balance that lasts more than one day
- How to eliminate food cravings (on the spot!)
- How to feel happy…not matter what’s going on
- Secrets to losing weight without dieting
Tricia Nelson is the co-founder and President of The Nelson Center for EmotionalHealing, a concierge treatment program helping people overcome addictions, food and emotional issues. Tricia has lost 50 lbs. and spent the past 25 years researching the underlying causes of addictions and emotional eating.
Tricia is the co-author of the book, “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health”. She is currently writing a book with her husband and co-founder of The Nelson Center titled, Heal Your Hunger: The Truth About Why You Overeat and How to Stop.
Tricia has been featured on NBC, CBS, FOX, and Discovery Health. Tricia is a graduate of Amherst College and resides in Los Angeles with her husband. Tricia currently resides on the Board of the Beverly Hills Women’s Club.
Drs. Lee Hausner and Victoria Collins each bring more than three decades of expertise and experience working with affluent women and their families. You’ll learn to care for yourself by understanding what drives your financial decisions and how to select and work with your advisory team. You’ll discover how to prepare the next generation for the responsibilities of managing wealth and to deal effectively with your parents’ money issues.
In this talk, Drs. Hausner and Collins will share:
- The psychology of money – money messages and scripts
- Encouraging financial responsibility – How much is enough?
- Trustees and beneficiaries – what both need to know
- Money conversations with parents
- Getting the most from your financial advisors
- Where are the risks… and the opportunities?
Victoria Collins, Ph.D., CFP During more than three decades of experience in wealth management, Victoria has specialized in working with women. She helped found First Foundation Inc., a comprehensive wealth management firm, which today manages more than $2 Billion and offers banking and trust services as well and currently serves on their Board of Directors.
Named among the “Nation’s 100 Most Exclusive Wealth Advisors” by Robb Report and for six consecutive years among the “250 Best Financial Advisors in the USA” (Worth Magazine), Victoria was also honored with the Orange County Business Journal’s “Outstanding Women in Business Award.”
Dr. Collins has authored or co-authored six books on managing wealth and building legacy families. Victoria has been interviewed on major network radio and TV shows including Good Morning America, Bloomberg; CNBC, MSNBC, PBS and CBS’s news affiliates and in publications such as The Wall Street Journal; USA Today, Money, Business Week, Investor’s Business Daily, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times and The Orange County Register.
Dr. Lee Hausner co-founded a nationally recognized consulting group dealing with the unique problems confronting families involved in a family business and/or high net worth families of wealth that became First Foundation Advisors. She incorporated a unique six-step transition model for effective succession of family businesses in the critically acclaimed family business resource book, “Hats Off To You 2…Balancing Roles and Creating Success in Family Business Succession”. Previously Dr. Hausner served 19 years as the senior psychologist for the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
Dr. Hausner is a frequent guest on national media and has been a quoted expert in national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Time, Forbes, Fortune, Town and Country, Privilege, The Robb Report and a contributing writer for Worth magazine. She has been a presenter at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and high net wealth/private client conferences. In addition, she has established a reputation as a well-regarded keynote speaker and seminar leader. She has been a highly-rated resource to YPO, WPO and CEO for the past 17 years.
When faced with the need to care for a family member or friend, many people do not know where to start in their search for resources, or how to provide proper care. This presentation will help caregivers determine what services are available, how to know when help is needed, and what kind of help might be most appropriate.
Estee discusses some of the difficult decisions that need to be made while providing care and the difficult world of family dynamics.
Estee will also discuss placement options: staying at home or moving to a residential facility. The potential pros and cons of living in a residential setting, and how to know if in-home care might be
This presentation aims to help caregivers make suitable decisions regarding care options, to provide families peace of mind and avoid crisis.
Estee Bienstock grew up in Los Angeles, and graduated from the LAC/USC Nursing School in 1976. After years of working in area hospitals, Estee recognized a need for better post-acute in-home care. She then founded Enhanced Health Care in 1989 and quickly set the standard for quality home care.
In 2001, Estee formed ALLPOINT Home Health, with the goal of maintaining her unrivaled level of ethics and high standards of customer care. Since then, Estee has become part of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Speakers Bureau, has been recognized by the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM).
Estee is a member of Executives/Jewish Home for the Aging Board of Directors,Vice President of the Rehab Nurses’ Society and a Member of the Hadassah Health Professionals Council
Estee spends much of her time sharing her knowledge with community organizations and educating local seniors and their family members. ALLPOINT Home Health provides both medical and non-medical in-home assistance, ranging from 4 to 24 hours a day, on an either long-term or short-term basis.
by Estee Bienstock, RN
February is Heart Health Month. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. More than 600,000 people die annually of heart disease and 135,000 from strokes. Too many people with high blood pressure and high cholesterol ignore the dangers. More education about heart disease is vital.
Research has shown that seven heart healthy behaviors are consistent with a healthy heart.
1. No smoking
2. Body Mass Index (BMI) is lower than 25
3. Adequate physical activity
4. Healthy balanced diet
5. Cholesterol level lower than 200
6. Blood pressure lower than 120/80
7. Blood Sugar level lower than 100
Maintaining a normal weight for your age and height is crucial. Find out what is appropriate for you. It is all about making the right lifestyle changes. Making the right choices can make a difference for your life.
1. Fit exercise in your day
2. Look at your dietary habits. What changes have to be made?
3. Put down that cigarette!
Foods to consider for heart health are vegetables, fruits and fish. Wild salmon is particularly recommended for its anti-inflammatory qualities and for having Omega-3 (healthy fatty acids) in it. It boosts your immune system, decreases blood clots and protects against heart attacks. Steel-Cut Oats have Complex B vitamins. These vitamins also protect against clots and hardening of the arteries. Foods to avoid are those containing high levels of sodium, sugar and saturated fats.
Find a physician you feel comfortable with and trust. Make sure you can communicate your concerns. Consider your physician part of your team when making lifestyle changes. If you are on any medications, take them the way they are prescribed.
Include your family members in the lifestyle changing team. You will do better with support. Educate yourself and your family about lifestyle changes you can make to prevent heart disease. Making changes takes determination and a plan of action. Work on one or two changes at a time so that you do not get overwhelmed and abandon the whole plan. Taking steps to improve your heart health can save your life and the lives of your loved ones.
HEART DISEASE WARNING SIGNS
1. Shortness of breath
3. Persistent coughing or wheezing
4. Fatigue / tiredness
5. Lack of appetite
7. Impaired thinking / confusion
8. Skipped beats or increased heart rate
10.Chest pain radiating down arm
It should be noted that heart disease is the number one killer of women, even more so than breast cancer. Women can experience the same symptoms as men but may have more shortness of breath, back and jaw pain and lightheadedness.