FREE Lunch & Learn to Deal with Difficult People Wellness Class

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Join us for a new series of Lunch & Learn Wellness Classes – all in just one hour. We provide water and sandwiches! RSVP 702-889-2881
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“Dealing with Difficult People” with National Trainers and

  • Experientials to deal with anger
  • Apply the 4 A’s of Affirmative Living
  • Use the 5-step POWER Model

FEE: $10 or FREE to Music 4 Life® Health Club members ($20/month)
LOCATION: Music 4 Life® Health Club & Training Center, 2975 S. Rainbow Blvd, Suite B, Las Vegas, NV 89146

There are three Lunch & Learn Wellness Classes during May, all with different topics. Calendar

We look forward to seeing you! RSVP 702-889-2881

Healthy regards,

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Music 4 Life® Health Club & Training Center
Call 702-889-2881
2975 S. Rainbow Blvd, Suite B, Las Vegas, NV 89146
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Connections make the world go around

To My Fabulous Current and Former Clients:

It’s been wonderful hearing from so many of you over the past few years about the benefits you’ve received from participating in my speaking groups or through my individual speaking coaching. I’m so happy to know it has helped you improve your speaking and presentation skills. Keep sending me the successes you’re enjoying–I love hearing about them! I’m especially proud when I’m in the audience when one of you is speaking.

Please consider sharing the benefits of the coaching with others. You can forward the attached flyer to your friends and co-workers you feel would benefit from and be interested in my upcoming classes–one begins May 10th and the then I’ll begin another on June 21st. As you know, these classes have also proven to be effective networking opportunities. Anyone you refer for the May 10th class will still receive the early bird price of $1,500, a savings of $1,000!

For those of you who were able to hear me speak at the Rape Crisis Center’s annual luncheon last week, I hope I modeled for you what we’ve covered in the class. It was great to see your faces mirroring me in the audience.

Thank you for your continued support and your friendship. Your referrals are very much appreciated.

Let’s speak soon!


Amy Ayoub
The Zen Speaker

~how to be Calm, Confident and Compelling in the spotlight~

3753 Howard Hughes Pkwy, Ste 200

Las Vegas, NV 89169

(702)784-7687 office

(702)204-4911 cell


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Serendipity, Personalization and Connected Health

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Dear Ted,

Situated in the heart of Boston, and within the Partners HealthCare network, we at the Center could not help but be personally impacted by the tragic events at the Boston Marathon, as were citizens around the world. We find ourselves truly grateful for the incredible reaction of our police, first responders and bystanders, and proud of our healthcare community. We’re also thankful for the level of compassion and support for the victims, their families, and our communities. We welcome the thoughts and prayers of our friends and colleagues, and are standing strong for Boston.

New from The cHealth Blog:
by Joseph Kvedar, MD

  • Serendipity, Personalization and Connected Health

    “I was chatting with a friend the other day and she confided in me that she is underwhelmed by the use of tracking as a method for healthcare improvement. At this moment another insight crystallized for me. Some people just don’t respond to quantitative information. This friend told me how she could really see the opportunity for social media to increase engagement, but just was not convinced that self-tracking was that relevant…. So let’s hear from all of you non-quantified-selfers – those of you who do not really see quantified information about your health as interesting or motivating in the least. How do we achieve the goals of objective measures, goal-setting and accountability without using self-tracking?” Read More

  • The cHealth Blog Turns Three: Reflections on 3 Years of Progress in Connected Health

    “It has been 3 years since the cHealth blog entered the blogosphere, and it’s been a lot of fun. I recently looked back to see if there are highlights or trends in my posts and/or if my thinking or communication had changed dramatically in 3 years. Although not dramatic, if you look at these writings over time, you can see a meaningful shift in thinking. With that background in mind, here is an attempt to stitch together a narrative of the last 3 years worth of posts….” Read More

New from Reflections on Connected Health:

SMS and HIPAA: Yes We Can
by Rob Havasy

“If that last thought is true, then a whole new world of convenience has just opened up for patients. To be fair, providers are certainly not off the hook for conducting risk assessments. But once risks are identified and communicated to the patient, if patients still authorize the communication, the paragraph above seems to indicate that it’s fine to proceed as they wish. Imagine that – a world where we treat patients like intelligent adults. If they are willing to accept clearly defined risks, the interpretation seems to say that we should let them. Score one for patient empowerment. At the Center we will continue to develop text messaging and e-mail as important channels of patient communication. If that’s how people want to communicate – that’s how we should answer them….” Read More

Join us for our 10th annual Connected Health Symposium & Expo: October 24-25, Boston, MA

Entitled: Collaborations and Innovations to Engage Patients and Elevate Care, and developed by an all-star roster of co-chairs, Symposium 2013 is a milestone event, promising high value education and plentiful networking opportunities. Early-bird registration and exhibit opportunities are open. We will see you in October!

Stay Connected with Us:

Here are 6 upcoming events that may be of interest to you:

  • info. There are a limited number of seats available at a 50% discount for friends of the Center for Connected Health: select Corporate sponsor guest when registering.
  • FEI: Wellness 2013 – May 6-8, Boston, MAWhen the right people meet the right environment, innovation thrives. FEI: Wellness is where exceptional cross-industry keynotes, combined with powerful healthcare-focused content, and distinctive experiences, drives purposeful change. Key stakeholders across Pharma/Biotech, Medical Device Companies, Insurers, Wellness Organizations, Health Plans & Associations reach across the table to tackle issues crucial to the advancement of the industry. Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Director of the Center for Connected Health, is a speaker. Use code Wellness13JK for a 20% registration discount.
  • How NFC Will Keep Us Fit – May 20, 6-8:30pm, Cambridge, MAAre you worried about how your body may change as you get older? Turns out you’re not alone. Market size numbers in preventive care range from $8.5 billion to over $14 billion worldwide. Those numbers are likely to increase — thanks to NFC-enabled smartphones. With an NFC chip in your smartphone you could be a lot more “dialed in” to the health impact your lifestyle choices are having. Dr. Kamal Jethwani & Rob Havasy of the Center for Connected Health are two of the panel speakers for this NFC Circle event.
  • Tufts University’s Mobile Health Design course – May 22-June 26, Boston, MAAs mobile devices evolve in both utility and sophistication, mobile health has become an essential tool for health organizations to reach their target audiences. This 5-week online course examines the impact and potential of mobile devices for health education, support, tracking, and behavior change. Guest lecturers will bring diverse expertise and perspectives to course material. Students will design health apps that incorporate evidence-based guidelines and capitalize on the unique capabilities of smartphones.
  • Global Challenges and Opportunities Facing Children, Youth & Families June 19-22, Boston, MAWheelock College’s international conference offers: keynote speakers who are changing the world, including Cherie Blair, Kerry Kennedy, Ogmundur Jonasson, Emiliana Vegas, Deogratias Niyizonkiza, Ebrahim Rasool, and Kevin Carroll; 150 internationally-recognized experts on 35+panels on human rights, health, and education; spotlights on innovation and solutions in action around the world; opportunities for networking and collaboration with global citizens. Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Director of the Center for Connected Health, is a speaker.
  • 5th Tufts Summer Institute on Digital Strategies for Health Communication July 14-19, Boston, MAOffered through the Health Communication Program at Tufts University School of Medicine, Tufts faculty and distinguished guest speakers will provide insight on how to use research-based methodologies to produce effective digital communication and an enhanced online presence. Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Director of the Center for Connected Health, is a guest lecturer.

Memorial Service for Lou Lovelace-Hall



Memorial Service
Lou Lovelace-Hall
Friday, April 26th
CSLGLV Sanctuary

Lou, a CSLGLV member,
made her transition peacefully
on April 16th.
We will remember and honor her life
in the Sanctuary on Friday.
Refreshments and visiting
begin at 2:00 p.m.,
the service will start at 3:00 p.m.
and we will have a reception/meal
at 4:00 p.m.

Good night sweet princess…..
1420 East Harmon Avenue

Las Vegas, Nevada 89119


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Music4Life Free Programs this Week!


THIS WEEK at Music 4 Life®

ONLINE and in Las Vegas, Mon-Sat, 4/30-5/4

save 65-90%
Just sign up for $20/month membership and save 65-90%!
All events are at Music 4 Life unless otherwise noted below.
Tue, April 30, 6:30pm

DRUMMUNICATION: The Power of the Drum
FREE to members

Wed, May 1, 6:30pm
Music Medicine Booth Camp ONLINE WEBINAR

Thu, May 2, Noon

Lunch & Learn: Dealing with Difficult People Wellness for Positive Living
FREE to members

Fri, May 3, 6:30pm
Community Drum Circle off site at First Friday’s, Las Vegas

Sat, May 4, 9:30am
Susan G Komen “Race for the Cure” Survivor Drumming Tribute off site at 3rd & Fremont, Las Vegas

Sat, May 4, 10:00am
Science Festival drum circles and VibroAcoustic Lounge off site at Cashman Center, Las Vegas

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Downtown Medical Developments

Come Join the Conversation and meet
Dr. Zubin Damania also known as ZDoggMD.

  • Dr. Zubin Damania, also know as ZDoggMD, is in charge of Tony Hsieh’s (Zappos) effort to improve quality and access to medical care Downtown.
  • Learn more about the role health care will play in Downtown Project where Hsieh is investing $350 million of his own money
  • Join the conversation about new models for primary care reimbursement and delivery.

ZDoggMD uses video to educate both providers and patients. His videos have received hundreds of thousands of views. His take: “Why not reach try to reach patients where THEY are? YouTube is the perfect platform to educate and entertain.”

View videos of ZDoggMD on his YouTube Channel. Some of the more popular include:

Below is a rendering of the Downtown Project Health Clinic:
Learn more about this and other Downtown Medical Developments by attending:

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Scheduled Events for Bob Miller “Son of a Gambling Man”


“Son of a Gambling Man”
Upcoming Schedule of Events
Thanks for all the positive feedback on my book “Son of a Gambling Man”.
I am frequently asked about upcoming book signings and presentations,
here is a list of those scheduled.
APRIL 23rd
The University Club

800 Powell Street

San Francisco,California

Requires advance ticket

Sponsor Harvard Club

Info on line at Santa Clara magazine

APRIL 25th
The Mob Museum

300 Stewart Ave

Las Vegas,Nevada

With Former Governors List and Bryan

Info on line at Mob Museum

MAY 9th SALT Conference

Bellagio Hotel

Las Vegas.Nevada

Conference attendees Only

Info on line at SALT Conference

MAY 13th
Clark Hill Law Offices

601 Pennsylvania Ave

Washington D.C.

Senator Harry Reid to attend

Co Sponsors R&R Partners and DutkoGrayling

Info Pete Dugas at Clark Hill

MAY 15th
May 15th

Sun City McDonald Ranch

2020 Horizon Ridge Parkway

Henderson, Nevada

Info Sun City

MAY 22nd

Sundance Books

121 California Ave

Reno, Nevada

Info Sundance Books

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