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Hacking Stress

  • 13 Feb 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • The offices of Columbia Threadneedle, 225 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 02110-2804


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Ready to Hack Stress?

Wednesday, February 13th, 11:30am - 1:00pm

Offices of Columbia Threadneedle, 225 Franklin, Street, Boston 

In a perfect world, we handle and resolve stress as easily as the tides – it rolls in, and then it rolls out. Our energy remains intact, and our minds and priorities are clear.

Until we find this perfect world, we must learn to cope with the physical and mental toll that stress takes. Rather than tackle all of your stress while in ‘Fight or Flight’ mode, it’s more effective to hack stress down to its basic elements and learn to resolve those elements individually.

In this session, Joyce Welsh, a Writer, Speaker, and Coach, will help you learn how to hack your stress. You will learn:

  • The six lines of defense your body pulls on to cope with stress
  • How to ‘sort’ your stress to pull upon the right defense
  • How to mentally and physically let go of the stress once it’s resolved

Using Joyce’s curated exercises and real-world expertise, you’ll leave this session with a clear plan to effectively handle and resolve your stress, day in and day out.


Registration is $15 for BWF Members, and $30 for non-members. Lunch is included in your ticket cost!


For questions or more information, please contact us at info@bostonwomeninfinance.org.

About Our Speaker: 

Joyce Welsh is a writer, speaker, and coach dedicated to answering the question "How do we stay in our core as we face the stress of work and the challenges in our personal lives while trying to have an impact on our world?"

With her roots in Finance and Operations, she spent the past 30 years passionately studying and experimenting with 'Doing Business Differently' or 'Remodeling your Life – At Work'. 

Outside of her financial studies, she has done extensive studying in coaching, meditation, positive affirmations, yoga and neuroscientific explanations of the behavioral patterns we display at work and home. She continuously experiments with simple techniques to bring more joy/satisfaction and less frustration/stress into the workday, for herself and her team. She wants to share her findings with you!

Joyce graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from University of Massachusetts Lowell with a double major in Accounting and MIS. She received her Masters in Taxation from Bentley University. She is a Certified Public Accountant in Massachusetts, a Graduate Level Instructor at RTI, a personal development institute. She holds numerous certificates in coaching, meditation, energy medicine and applying personality profiles in the workplace.

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