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Are your worries and anxious thoughts keeping you awake at night? Do you wish you had the secrets to staying calm and focused in challenging times so you could perform at your best as a parent, partner, creative or business owner? In this discussion, Tasha will be speaking with Sandy Dow about how to thrive while chaos is happening.Sandy Dow is the author of the best selling book “Thriving in Chaos” and will be sharing some of her quick and effective tools on how to make stress relief simple. Listen in to learn how you can stay confident, make better decisions and keep moving towards your dreams even when the going gets tough. Find out about Sandy’s 12 Days of Calm on-line program starting in December visitSandy has a free gift for you all, a pdf of some free chapters from her recent book, “Thriving in Chaos”. Click here to downloadMore about Sandy….Sandy Dow is the author of the best selling book “Thriving in Chaos”, a spiritual teacher and mentor, certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and creator of the transformational coaching method called “The Dow Effect”; a potent blend of spiritual practices and cutting edge stress management techniques.Years of battling health issues and anxiety turned into a crisis for Sandy in her 40’s as she experienced an emotional and physical breakdown, marriage separation, and the loss of her career due to burnout. Life as she knew it, would be forever changed. She slowly started a powerful new direction and healing journey which included a two year apprenticeship in Shamanism, a life-changing vision quest, as well as a rigorous three year training with the Foundation of Human Enrichment Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute.Sandy’s 25 year background in healthcare provided her with a strong foundation in the helping field, including her experience teaching Shamanism at a local college and an addiction facility for adolescent girls. This eventually evolved into a practice providing trauma-informed success and performance coaching. Since then Sandy has mentored, taught and coached hundreds of clients international and locally.Her writing has been published in Elephant Journal and she stays busy sharing her stress management tips on radio, video, and stage.Currently she can be found backstage providing performance horsepower with her stress management skills for TED talk speakers, musicians, entrepreneurs, and athletes, including a multiple award winning Paralympian.In her downtime Sandy can be found playing samba in the streets with her band, juggling for her granddaughter, attending music festivals, and whispering to trees.