Special three-part series:
Boundary Boss author Terri Cole, with special guests Tamsen Fadal + Kris Carr
Learn to set boundaries and set yourself free.
Presents a free, three-part live series:
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Part 3 begins Monday, November 13
8pm ET | 5pm PT
with Terri Cole + SPECIAL guests
Livestream with author Q&A.
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Setting Boundaries at Work with Tamsen Fadal
Licensed psychotherapist and global leading expert in female empowerment Terri Cole and Tamsen Fadal Emmy Award-winning journalist, podcast host and midlife advocate discuss boundaries at work—how to create and maintain them, as well as how to harness them to propel yourself, and help propel your career.
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Setting Boundaries for Your Health + Wellness with Kris Carr
What if your wellness depended on healthy boundaries? Learn how bestselling author of I’m Not a Mourning Person Kris Carr has used boundaries to thrive for 20-plus years with a stage four cancer diagnosis.
Find freedom in your boundaries.
Over the course of three episodes, Terri Cole will cover what boundaries are and how they affect all the relationships in our life.
Whether it’s with friends, family, coworkers, or ourselves, we’ll learn how setting boundaries can actually set us free.
MEET YOUR AUTHORS
Terri Cole is a licensed psychotherapist, global relationship and empowerment expert, and the author of The Boundary Boss Workbook and Boundary Boss. For over 25 years, she has made complex psychological concepts actionable and accessible for clients ranging from stay-at-home moms, to celebrities, to Fortune 500 CEOs. She reaches and inspires over 600,000 people weekly through her public platforms and her popular podcast, The Terri Cole Show. For more, see terricole.com.
Tamsen Fadal is an EmmyⓇ award-winning anchor, bestselling author, and a passionate advocate for personal empowerment.
Kris Carr is a multiple New York Times bestselling author, wellness activist, and cancer thriver. Her new memoir, I’m Not a Mourning Person, is her most poignant exploration of the human condition yet.