Mary LoVerde is an internationally recognized expert on life balance strategies.
“I know that my connections are intact. I know that when they get disconnected, I can ask a good question, and that if I stay as connected as I can to all the things that are really important to me, I can tell because I feel good. I’m not tired, I’m not stressed, I’m not angry. I’m eager, I’m excited, I’m ready to go. And then, when the cycle turns again and I get out of balance, I know what to do.” - Mary LoVerde
On Living Smart she will discuss how to balance our lives through human connections.
Mary LoVerde is an internationally recognized life balancing expert, speaker and author. She is also the spokesperson for the Better Sleep Council. As a former graduate school professor of Chapman University and the Director of the Hypertension Research Center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, LoVerde has a firm grip on healthy and balanced living. She has shared her knowledge on the Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC News Tonight with Peter Jennings, and ABC 20/20. She has also benefited children with her many life lessons as the spokesperson for Camp to Belong, a charity that reunites brothers and sisters placed in different foster homes. LoVerde has perfected the art of living well in today’s busy world and shown this through her writing in many publications and in her three bestselling novels Stop Screaming at the Microwave, Touching Tomorrow, and I Used to Have a Handle on Life, But it Broke.
Through her work, LoVerde offers insight into the world of a balanced life. LoVerde lives in Hawaii and is writing her fourth book on how to take the next step in life.
“When you can’t keep up, connet!”
“I guarantee a high energy, dynamic program that is full of humorous, poignant stories and ideas that will change lives.”
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.”
“While all aspects of our life are important, without a balance, you become addicted and like all addictions you lose.”
-Catherine Pulsifer, from Balance of Life
1. Texas Governor’s Women’s Conference: www.txconferenceforwomen.org
2. National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO): www.nawbo.org
3. American Heart Association: www.heart.org
4. America Diabetic Association: www.diabetes.org
5. Boy Scouts of America: scouting.org
1. Stop Screaming at the Microwave
2. Touching Tomorrow
3. I used to have a handle on life, but it broke
4. The Road less Traveled
M. Scott Peck
5. To Kill a Mockingbird
6. The Lord of the Rings
7. Gone with the Wind
8. How to win friends and Influence people
9. The Feminine Mystique
10. When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Name: Mary LoVerde