February 23, 2017

Say Yes to Life! Workshops with Peter J. Hughes

Peter J. Hughes is a gifted change facilitator and intuitive.  On his website, he writes, “Do you know you already have everything within you to create the fully-realized highest potential version of yourself? Are you ready to take 100% responsibility for everything in your life so that you can make the appropriate changes to call forth […]

Instructor Chris Hyde has passed away

We received the sad news today that Chris Hyde died this morning of a massive stroke.  Chris began teaching “Streamline Your Writing” about a year ago. He built the course around his book SOFAwriter’s Guide He was passionate about the topic and students gave him top reviews for his course.  We will hold Chris and his […]

Business Guru: Jennifer Croft

Before launching a business, you should find out if it has potential for success.  Jennifer Croft will show you a simple, ten-step evaluation process that will enable you to predict whether your business will succeed, how long it will take to break even, how much you’ll be able to pay yourself, and how you can improve your overall […]

Family Caregivers Need Support

“With high levels of responsibility and lack of support, research shows that caregivers are at risk of psychological and physical problems. According to the report, when compared with noncaregivers, family caregivers of older adults are more likely to experience depression, anxiety and social isolation, and have higher rates of chronic disease.” writes Heather Stringer (Feb. […]

Benefits of The Stand-up Comedy Experience

News Flash!  The Feb. session of Survive the Open Mic will begin on Wed. Feb. 8.  Register now! 5 Reasons Why Stand-Up Comedy Will Help You (Even if you don’t want to be a comedian!) by Ken Cornell, CFU Instructor I have been watching, writing, analyzing and performing stand-up comedy for a long time. I […]

Relationship Communication: Talk So Others Might Listen

Enriching Relationships:  Wisdom in an Ancient Proverb Mike McCafferty An ancient proverb states, “When the student is ready the teacher appears.” It sounds rather profound and seems to make perfect sense. If a student is unwilling to learn, no teacher can make them listen. With my own children particularly during their adolescent years, it was […]

Three Keys to Effective Workplace Communication by Wendy Hauser, DVM

Three key factors form the basis of effective communication in the workplace: Personality Preferences Our personalities are shaped by many causes, innate and environmental.  Understanding our personality preferences and how to recognize the personality preferences of others enhances the effectiveness and quality of our interactions.  When we recognize differences and change our approach based on […]

The Truth About Writing a Book: Phil Goodstein spills the beans

Join this intimate and informative evening, February 7, 2017, with prolific Denver historian Phil Goodstein to learn about his experience and process in writing and publishing 24(!) books on Denver history. Space is limited, so don’t wait too long to sign up! Not all Phil’s books have been bestsellers, but several of Phil’s books have […]

Meet Sarabeth Bjorndahl–Longtime Favorite CFU Instructor!

CFU wants to give a big shout out to Sarabeth Bjorndahl who has been teaching with us since 1993!  She is one of our most reliable instructors, always giving a terrific class and a joy to work with.  She has taught Take Control of Your Life:  Set Healthy Boundaries for years and now will be […]

Secrets to better sleep!

You can eat all the right food, take the best supplements, exercise regularly but if you can’t sleep you jeopardize your well-being. In CFU’s new class “How to Fall Asleep and Stay Asleep” you’ll explore the causes of insomnia and the array of tools than can be used to restore good sleep. Learn about proper […]