Eat Life for Lunch: The Art of Stress Management

October 22, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Wheaton, IL. October 22, 2007 – Small business owners, prospective entrepreneurs and sales professionals are invited to attend the Free 5-week Teleseries titled, “Assessing Your Options for Change,” hosted by Collaborative Marketing Partners.

Five entrepreneurial experts offering one topic each week about making highlighting change will be offered to callers to examine their options, assess their marketability (services, products), determine the best course of action for banking needs, decide whether they are best suited to working for themselves or for others, and learn to handle the stress and anxiety often encountered when making changes.

This series of inspirational and informational Telesessions is designed to arm business owners and entrepreneurs to make changes in their current business, begin the process of starting a business, or to explore other life changing opportunities.

The fifth topic, on October 23, will be “Eat Life for Lunch: The Art of Stress Management,” presented by Dr. Michael Andreano, D.C, Trinity Holistic Health Center, who will show you how to identify the major sources of stress in your life, such as owning your own business, teach you how to increase your capacity to handle stress and how to actually decrease your stress levels. You will leave this Telesession feeling renewed and ready to take on new challenges!

All that callers will need to “attend” this 5 week- Teleseries is access to a telephone; internet capabilities are not required. These Telesessions are being offered to small business owners and prospective entrepreneurs—although anyone interested in making changes in their life is invited—to learn to refocus, revitalize and reorganize their thinking and then, their life.

Past topics —
September 25: “I Wanted to Write So I Bought a Newspaper,” Annie Schwab, “Metamorph Maven” and Publisher of the Du Page Woman Newspaper shares her own story of successful change and inspiration.

October 2: “What’s Next? Mapping Out Your Plan for Change.” – Conni Pluchino, founder of Collaborative Marketing Partners, demonstrates “exercises” that assist you in identifying and refining your focus for changing careers, starting your own business, or developing new products and services to expand your existing business.

October 9: “Building the Right Banking Relationships.” – Mike Gresk, Mayor of Wheaton; Branch Manager, First Choice Bank, and Entrepreneur explains the reasons for separating personal and professional bank accounts, establishing banking relationships, and determining how to position your business identity—sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation.

October 16: “Are You Entrepreneur Material?” – Dr. Gary Ernst, PhD, Coleman Foundation Professor of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, North Central College, examines the differences in the mental and physical requisites between working for yourself versus working for others that will help you to determine to which type of working environment you are best suited.

Anyone who missed the past topics is invited to contact Collaborative Marketing Partners to find out where they can hear the recorded Telesessions – 630-260-9844 or email

Collaborative Marketing Partners offers full service marketing, including copywriting, ghostwriting, resume services, consulting and coaching. Group marketing and virtual networking opportunities are available to members of the CMP Network that enables small business owners and solopreneurs to benefit from “big-business marketing on a small business budget.”

To register for or to learn more about the speakers and the CMP Network, visit, email, or call Collaborative Marketing Partners, 630-260-9844 to reserve your space, no later than October 21.