Motivational speaker comes to Seaside

Author Polly Campbell.

Seaside AAUW will be featuring Polly Campbell, motivational speaker and author of books on living well at their Oct. 21 meeting in Cannon Beach at Breakers Point Community Room, at 10 a.m. This is an open meeting for anyone interested in her message or AAUW.

“Inspiring, funny, insightful” are a few of the words used to describe Polly Campbell and the keynotes, trainings, and workshops she offers. Each presentation is created to provide practical, science-based strategies and practices audiences can use in the moment to ease stress, promote well-being & happiness, and better positive outcomes.

Campbell’s down-to-earth, funny, and practical approach engages audiences and motivates them to take small, deliberate actions to get big positive results in their lives. She inspires and empowers people to become the creators of their own lives, instead of complaining about the lives they are living.

Campbell was raised in Seaside and now resides in the Portland area. She is widely sought after for workshops and has often been featured on Portland television and other venues. Her published books are “How to Live Well, Do Good, Be Happy,” “Imperfect Spirituality,” “Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People,” and her latest “How to Live an Awesome Life.”

For more information about AAUW, an organization which advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research contact local AAUW president Cindy Gould at seasideaauw@gmail.com.

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