Living Your Best Life

What does living your best life mean? To some it might mean financial security. To others it might mean enjoying great health. To still others it may mean being able to do whatever you want, whenever you want. The important thing is that WE ALL want to live life to the fullest! So, how do we do that? How do we get the necessary tools?

The Huntsman World Senior Games has created the Living Your Best Life Webinar Series to help us - regardless of our stage of life – gain the tools we need to live our best life. Once a month, we'll offer a timely, relevant and informative webinar. Every course is absolutely free of charge, but you must register in order to participate. If you are unable to attend the live event, we'll make every webinar available for viewing right here on this page. Check back often to learn how you can be Living Your Best Life.

 


 

James Garrett

James Garrett

Facing the Future Without Fear

For over a decade, James Garrett has been studying and teaching the psychology of success, and unpacking the brain science behind what makes human beings thrive. As an entrepreneur, scientist, trainer, and coach, he is passionate about turning academic knowledge about the human brain into practical tools that anyone can use to change their life—and the world. Join James to learn how to face the future without fear.
 
The webinar is FREE. Just click here to watch the YouTube video.

 

Paul Robbins, Esq.

The When and Why of Estate Planning

Everyone knows they need to prepare for the inevitable but most of us procrastinate thinking we are not going to die, at least not today! Well, you are probably right. The problem is we keep telling ourselves the same thing day after day and one day we're going to be terribly wrong! Rather than let ourselves have this thought on our minds perpetually why not do something about it TODAY.  Then, of course, we need to know what to do? Paul Robbins has the answer(s) to that question and will give you the options to choose from. So as they say, just tune into this FREE WEBINAR on estate planning!

Paul Robbins truly enjoys helping others find the comfort and satisfaction of knowing their wealth is protected, while minimizing the expense of doing so. His 30 plus years as an attorney, practicing both in California and Utah, is enhanced by experience as a business owner, an entertainer, media news broadcaster, volunteer in church and community service, youth counselor, mediator, athlete, military service, educator, parent and grandparent. In these combined experiences he has gained insight into human emotions, attitudes and needs. He has experienced a variety of legal practice and has found estate planning to be one of the most rewarding, it's a win/win way of using all the years of study and training. 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to watch the YouTube video.


 

Robert Daniel

Ronnie Daniel

What We All Need to Know About Alzheimer's Disease 

The Alzheimer's Association leads the worldwide effort in Alzheimer's and dementia research, advocacy and support services for the more than 5 million people in the United States currently living with Alzheimer's Disease.  As the aging population increases and that number will continue to grow. Today 1 in 10 people at age 65 will have Alzheimer's, and at age 85, 1 in 3 will have the disease. The latest information will be presented about Alzheimer's research including the fascinating work that is being done related to what we can do now to perhaps prevent Alzheimer's. If you have any questions about yourself or a loved one and are concerned about Alzheimer's disease, please join this free webinar and learn more about the disease, and how you can improve your chances of a life without Alzheimer's disease.

Ronnie Daniel has been the executive director of the Alzheimer's Association of Utah for the past seven years. He has worked in the nonprofit field for 31 years, and has brought his experience to help fight a disease which is personal to him, having lost both a grandfather and an aunt to the 6th leading cause of death in the nation.

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This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to watch the YouTube video.


 

Kyle Case

Kyle Case 

Living the Active Life - 8 Simple Steps

We all want to squeeze the most out of life. In this presentation, Huntsman World Senior Games CEO Kyle M Case will walk you through eight simple and accessible things that each of us can do to really LIVE the active life. Based on years of research and practical experience as well as cutting edge studies, you’ll find something (or several things) that you can immediately apply in your life that will help you achieve the life you’re hoping for.

A much sought after speaker on active aging, Kyle Case has spent his career managing world-class multi-sport competitions for tens of thousands of athletes from all around the world. Currently the CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games, the largest annual multi-sport event in the world for athletes ages 50+, Kyle leads a team that welcomes over 11,000 athletes to St. George, Utah, USA, every October to participate in their choice of over 30 different sports. In addition, Kyle has taught university courses and is the host of a weekly podcast called the Huntsman World Senior Games Active Life, where he covers all aspects of active aging.

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to watch the YouTube video.


 

Amy English

Amy English

Sharing Your Story - Your Legacy

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

11 am - Noon Mountain Daylight Time

You might not be famous, but you are unique. No one has lived or experienced life through your eyes. Those who come after you will be very interested in your story. In a couple of generations, there will be no one left to remember you - unless you write your story. Learn the most important elements of writing and make your story come alive on paper. Make your family legacy something your children will remember. What events shaped your life? Do your children know their heritage? What are your family traditions? It's up to you to write these experiences down. Join Amy English and learn how! She will cover where to start, what style of recording your story best fits your style/schedule, how to draft an outline and how to write or record an exciting, truthful story that your family will want to watch or read!

Amy English is an enthusiastic family history advocate. She is the owner of FamilyRootsConference.com —a 2-Day in-person and online family history conference in St. George, Utah that has attracted thousands of attendees over the past 6 years. She enjoys helping people find their heritage and share their family stories through classes and hands-on activities. Amy is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She is the mother of three children and has been married to James English for 25 years. She enjoys graphic design, Pilates, family history, making family traditions and doing service to make people smile.

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to watch the YouTube video. 


 

Richard and Kaylie Fritzler

Taking charge of your health

Tuesday, June 22 2021

11am - Noon Mountain Daylight Time

What does it mean to take charge of your health? It means that you need to be actively involved in your health care decisions! It is important to consult with caregivers to makes sure care plans meet needs and desires. Following is real life example of what can happen when a plan of care is created without patient input - from the personal experience of our presenters.

When Kaylie’s Mom got sick about 18 years ago, they had 3 young children and a family-owned business to run in Las Vegas. So, they brought them to their home to care for her until she got better. Soon thereafter they learned she had Stage 4 Lung Cancer - that had already metastasized to her liver, lymph nodes, and brain.  The doctors told Them that every day was a gift of life. They were surprised she was still hanging on. The doctor sent over a Hospice Company that literally only had concerns for her mom and family. In consultation with the family, a comprehensive care plan was created that met the families and the mother’s needs and desires. She ended up living an additional 5 and ½ months.

Contrast that with her father’s experience. He had a small stroke and diabetes. He had a wound on his foot that would not heal because of the diabetes so part of his foot was amputated but he still had his independence. Soon the doctors realized that his leg would need to be removed up to his knee. He realized his independence would be gone and he would have no real quality of life. So, he chose to forgo the surgery and chose to go on hospice. The experience was much different. No-one met with the family to discuss what they wanted or what he needed. A Care Plan for pain management was made by a nurse and protocol took over thereafter. The nurses, social workers, etc. were lovely, but there was very little else, and no other therapies or support offered.

In Kaylie’s words, “When my dad was diagnosed, we decided to move my family to take care of him. We bought a home and moved in on July 1. My father passed away 3 days before we arrived on June 29 and only 3 days after being placed on hospice. The Care Plan was written to ensure he was never in any pain. …He had neuropathy, he was given pain medication and wasn’t in any pain, but no-one knew that because no-one asked. We did not get to help make his Plan of Care.”

Kaylie and Richard opened Pathway Hospice & Palliative Care because everyone deserves more than Medicare’s minimum requirements being offered by lovely nurses and social workers. We do more. Much more, because that is how Palliative Care was intended to be. Our Palliative Care team takes an interest in knowing what the family wants and what will bring the patient the highest quality of life for as long as they are living. Families who choose palliative care live longer.

 

 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register. 


 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register.


 

 

Dr Matt Townsend

The ABC's of Lasting Happiness and Stronger Mental Health

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

11:30 am - 12:30 pm Mountain Daylight Time

In this presentation Dr. Matt Townsend combines his humor with his more than 25 years in human development and positive psychology to address the ABC’s of Lasting Happiness and Stronger Mental Health. Throughout the presentation Dr. Matt will combine the latest research and findings on happiness, resiliency and positive psychology with his tried and tested real-life solutions so you can immediately begin to bring “Happiness Home.”

Dr. Matt will go deep on the ABC’s of Happier People which include the following topics…
(A) Appreciate What Is
(B) Believe in Tomorrow
(C) Connect Deeply Along the Way

Dr. Matt Townsend energizes and involves audiences with his unique approach to building and maintaining successful relationships. Having dedicated his life to the study of communication and interpersonal relationships, Matt has worked extensively in the areas of results-oriented communication, conflict resolution and time management training.

Matt founded the Townsend Relationship Center and its affiliate firms, Capacity Consulting and Townsend Relationship Center. Through these entities, Matt's book Starved Stuff: The 7 Basic Needs of Healthy Relationships is a popular pick among those searching for better relationship skills and he has many online programs available for marriage, dealing with anxiety and parenting. Matt is on Facebook and also on Instagram under the name drmatttownsend where he posts uplifting segments and quotes and regular 3 minute segments called Matt’s Minutes that can help you improve your lives and most important relationships.

Dr. Matt earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication, a second master's degree in Human Development, and a doctoral degree (PhD) in Human Development.

 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register. 


 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register.


 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register.


 

This webinar is FREE! Just click HERE to register.