In our lifestyle segment I visit with Eric Gregory, lifetime Kentuckian and President of the Kentuck Distillers Association to talk the ultimate 4 day weekend in Kentucky. A trip through the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Horse Farm Tours, Fishing and more....
The association has donated 125,000 Gallons of hand sanitizer for Covid-19 relief efforts https://kybourbon.com/kentucky-distillers-association-members-donate-nearly-125000-gallons-of-hand-sanitizer-to-critical-areas/www.kybourbon.comwww.kybourbontrail.comwww.kybourbonaffair.com
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KDA Twitter - @KyDistillers
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#KyBourbon #KyBourbonTrail #MakeItMemorable #EnjoyResponsibly
NEED HAND SANITIZER? GO TO WWW.KYHANDSANITIZER.COM TO SEND A REQUEST TO OUR DISTILLING FAMILY.
Make it memorable. Please drink responsibly.
Here is a link to the Kentucky Tourism website: https://www.kentuckytourism.com/
I talk with Jeff Cockrell about some techniques and strategies to deal with stress, worry, and how to live a better life.
Jeff Cockrell - 20 yrs with DCT and a Master Trainer delivering many of the training programs in North Texas, he’s in the top 1% of all trainers (2700) within DCT , 11 yrs in leadership roles in the Navy, leading as many as 1900 people while consistently winning the “Battle Efficiency Award. His post Navy years have been spent leading organizations in the corporate world and 20+ years delivering Dale Carnegie Training®.
In addition to Dale Carnegie’s works (How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying and Start Living), I recommend the following books:
High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That Way by Brendon Burchard
Mindset by Carol Dweck
In April, he posted a series of videos during April on Facebook and LinkedIn where he briefly examined each of Dale Carnegie’s principles from How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. I’ll repost them to my blog, so if you’re interested in learning about some powerful principles for managing stress and worry. You can access them, for free, at www.JeffCockrell.com
And you can follow him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/JBCockrell)
or on LinkedIn (www.LinkedIn.com/in/jeff-cockrell-chpc)