January 20, 2018

Meet the Eastburns: Hypnotherapy Instructors

CFU has had a long-standing relationship with the Eastburn Institute of Hypnosis.  They have offered workshops and smoking cessation clinics through CFU for many years.  See what they currently offer. We’d like you to get to know the Eastburns. Drake and Lynsi Eastburn train students to confidently and skillfully practice the art of hypnosis, either […]

What Improv Can Teach You: Featuring Lainie Hodges

In her Empowered Women Circle blog post, “What Improv Can Teach You”, Annie Rose Stathes describes her friendship with CFU’s new improv teacher, Lainie Hodges, and the work she does with improvisation.  Lainie uses improv as a tool to help people show up in life as their most authentic selves.  Read the blog post here.  Learn […]

Negotiation Skills for Women: Jeanne Lee

Are you dreading a meeting in the near future which will require negotiating on behalf of your team? Or yourself? Would you like to be empowered in both of these situations? If you answered yes to either or both of these questions, then empowerment will require at least a four step process. First, you must […]

Joyce Feustel: Social Media Instructor

Joyce Feustel founded Boomers’ Social Media Tutor in 2010.  She took advantage of Colorado Free University’s Certificate Program in Digital Marketing to get up to speed on the various social media platforms.  Joyce has been teaching classes on Facebook and Pinterest since 2013.  Joyce graciously acknowledges CFU and President, Helen Hand, in her recent blog […]

Get the Keys to Online Security: Classes with Chris Murphy

How does this scenario make you feel?  Imagine that you go to your favorite shopping mall quite often, and unbeknownst to you, Mr. Snooper, the owner, is watching you the entire time you wander around.  You don’t realize it, but it seems that every time you go, you wear your favorite red shirt, so Mr. […]

Make Authentic Tacos & Salsas with Chef Philip Feder

It is 89 degrees in Puerto Vallarta with 92 percent humidity–ouch!  Take a staycation instead and join Chef Philip Feder to learn his favorite tacos right here in Denver. Philip travels regularly to Puerto Vallarta to study authentic Mexican cooking techniques. Let him show you how to make some traditional salsas using a mocajete. These […]

10 Things You Can Do Right Now To Find Your Perfect Mate by Teena Evert

1. Start by losing the losers If you want to find your soul mate, you must be available and not involved with people who aren’t right for you. 2. OK, available now? Next… are you “ready?” Do you have any unfinished business that might sabotage your next relationship? Get it handled now! 3. Next, make […]

Wishing Weeds by Nico Paradis

It started with a dandelion. One of the pesky ones that had already gone to seed. I had walked by countless duplicates, on my way to school in the mornings, and sneaking out the back three and a half hours later. Silly little dandelion, don’t you know that nobody likes you? You are the culprit […]

Confessions of a Binge Reader by Rick Gustafson

Hello, my name is Rick, and I’m a binge reader. It has been nine months since I last binged on a book series, and in that time, I have strived to diversify my reading list. I’m pretty sure my wife had always suspected me of binge reading despite my best efforts to hide the overloaded […]

Maintain Your Privacy in the Digital Age

Privacy is a growing concern in our digital age.  Would you pay an extra $29 to your Internet provider so that they would promise NOT to snoop in on your web surfing? That’s exactly what AT&T is doing to their customers that sign up for their new Gigabit service. (Search for “Wall Street Journal AT&T […]