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2020 Keynote

Leigh Anne Jasheway

If Things Could Just Stop Changing, That Would Be Great

A Light-Hearted Approach to a Healthier Mind and Body

When things all around us are changing, we feel out of control, out of whack, and out of patience. But you can learn to thrive during change by flexing your  resilience, learning best case scenario thinking, and seeing things for their potential to be funny. Join this fun and funny session to get back your sense of humor and use it for a better, healthier life at work and at home.

About Leigh Anne Jasheway

Leigh Anne Jasheway, M.P.H. (master of public health/mistress of public humor) is a stress management and humor expert who helps people manage stress, embrace change, and become healthier by learning to lighten up. She speaks at 30-40 conferences and workshops every year and is a member of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH). She is the author of 25 books, including Don’t Get Mad, Get Funny; Not Guilty by Reason of Menopause; 101 Comedy Games for Children and Grown-Ups; Date Me, Date My Dog; and The Stressed Out Woman’s Guide to Letting Go with Laughter. She won the national Erma Bombeck Humor Writing Award for her true story on how her first mammogram caught on fire. She teaches at Lane Community College, and formerly, the University of Oregon. She is also a humor writer for The Syndrome Mag and formerly the Register Guard’s Weekend, and the former host of The Giggle Spot on All Comedy Radio.

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