Neil Wattier, Resilience and Mental Performance Coach
Please join us on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, as Neil Wattier discusses “Resilience”. Neil is currently the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Resilience Coordinator and has attended Army and Air Force Master Resilience Trainer courses.
The (3) key points he will cover are:
- Counter negativity by focusing on positive emotion and analyzing what is good
- Understand how thoughts drive emotions and physical reactions
- Optimize mental performance by controlling thoughts for productive outcomes
* If you need to cancel your reservation you must do so by the Sunday prior to the event in order to get a full refund. If you registered but did not pay and you do not cancel by the Sunday prior to the event, you will be billed the registration fee. * Registrations made after the Sunday prior to the event will be charged $20 for the luncheon entry fee.
Community Relations Manager
More about Kara…
“I joined Mosaic last February as their Community Relations Manager. I took a “left-turn” in career from an advertising agency and media world to this new adventure. I have been connected to Mosaic and other similar non-profits for many years through many volunteering efforts. As the younger sister to twin sisters Jenn and Lisa, I know all too well how incredibly a family’s story can truly be. They are really my drive for connecting and I have always advocated for those with intellectual disabilities (far before I truly understood what advocating was, I called is sass!). I can understand the resources families need and how important services are. My role at Mosaic is sharing Mosaic with the Omaha community, networking and mostly sustainable fundraising. We host monthly presentations to understand the services Mosaic provides and most importantly, you hear 3 client testimonials that are powerful. I present similar presentations or adapted presentations with many groups throughout Omaha: Church Groups, businesses, lunch and learns…. you name it! I love to be a voice for those that aren’t heard enough.”