The Harvard Club of Central Florida
Leadership Lunch with Dr. Chloe Carmichael
How to Turn Your Anxiety into a Superpower
A roadmap for high achievers to harness restlessness, roadblocks, and distractions into a productive drive towards
personal and professional fulfillment.
Friday, January 14th
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Many people reach success by deliberately being their own worst critic and obsessively double-checking their work, or by pushing their feelings aside. This strategy is seductive because it does work, at least up to a certain point. The problems arise once you advance beyond school and early career stages. The higher you climb, the more complex projects and issues in your life become. Meanwhile, you may have become so good at putting your emotions aside in certain situations that it’s hard to reconnect with them. This is when the old tools no longer suffice.
If you've ever felt a sense of excess energy that you didn't quite know how to direct, or felt that your creativity and motivation were being drained by constant analysis paralysis, Nervous Energy is for you.
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“Anxiety and stress are the number one epidemic of modern civilization. Frequently stressed people find themselves at the pinnacle of success at the cost of unhappy lives, fractured relationships, and unhealthy bodies. Their energy is wasted even though they may have an excess of it. If ‘high energy’ people learnt to harness their energy to go beyond reactive responses to modes of intuition, creativity, and emotional resilience, they would achieve even more by doing less and be happier and healthier. This book offers the tools they need.”
- Dr. Deepak Chopra, Founder, The Chopra Foundation, World-renowned Speaker, New York Times Bestselling Author
"This book is a game changer because it teaches skills to understand and package natural anxiety in a positive way
that improves how we think, feel, and act."
- Jim McCann, Chairman and Founder of 1-800Flowers.com
DR. CHLOE CARMICHAEL holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from Long Island University. Her private practice focuses on stress management, relationship issues, self-esteem, and coaching. She is also a former adjunct college professor, yoga instructor, psychologist for the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, and co-chair of a committee for the New York Junior League. She has been published in various academic journals, and has been featured on VH1, Inside Edition, ABC Nightline, and other media. She lives in New York City.
More about her book is linked here, and her speaking highlight reel is linked here.
We ask out of respect for other members that you take proper precautions when attending in-person events. Our club suggests you should be vaccinated for COVID-19 or wear a mask and observe social distancing. By registering for this event, attendees will waive any and all claims potentially arising from any exposure to the COVID-19 virus related to this event organized by the Harvard Club of Central Florida.
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Please note that sales are final. No refunds.
Early Bird Ticket December 2 - January 4:
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $25.00 per person
Non-Members and Guests $30.00 per person
Regular Ticket January 4 - January 13:
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $30.00 per person
Non-Members and Guests $40.00 per person
Ticket at the door:
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $40.00 per person
Non-Members and Guests $50.00 per person
Parking: Parking garage available at the Citrus Club and other locations downtown
(Parking is not included in the ticket price)
Please contact Tricia Wansor, Club Administrator: HarvardClubCF@gmail.com or 954-914-3148.