Testimonials

It seems when I talk to people, regardless of the age or setting, when one understands the significance of Brain Function in their own life, their response is almost always, “AHA….Now I understand!”  This is what motivates me to keep on going and learning all I can….to help others be all God made them to be….and be more understanding and accepting others. Betsy Jabola

 

“I have read many books and taken numerous seminars on gifts, talents, and personality types.  Betsy Jabola presents one of the best I have experienced.  She is motivational and engaging and with her use of ventriloquism, is a dynamic teacher. I highly recommend her seminar!”

J. Lynn Martell, DMin.
Director of Special Services, Radiation Medicine
Loma Linda University Medical Center

 

“Betsy Jabola has done a phenomenal job of explaining nature vs. nurture.  As we understand the benefits of living in our natural strengths (genetics), we are free to discover positive changes we can make in our lives.  The additional oxygen required when we function outside our natural strengths is depleting to our health.  Learned behaviors are possible, but not the most beneficial for you to be primarily living in.  Betsy can help you identify your natural strengths.”

Jackie Wellwood, CPT
Gridley, Illinois

 

Dear Betsy,

Thank you so much for your recent presentation of “People, Perspective, and Personality” at the March Meeting of the Inland Counties Association of Neonatal Nurses (ICANN). The course evaluation rated all aspects of your presentations as excellent or very good.  Specific comments included comments on how your lecture affects their clinical practice:

  • “Accept others as they are”
  • “Very informative”
  • “A great review and reminder. Useful to personal and professional life. Helpful and so relevant”
  • “Strengths and emotional needs of the 4 personalities described will help to nurture different personality emotional needs” 

Thanks so much,  (Inland Counties Association of Neonatal Nurses (ICANN))

Patti Swain, ICANN (Educator Coordinator (Inland Counties Association of Neonatal Nurses)

 

Dear Betsy,

On behalf of the 84 NICU nurses attending ICANN’s annual conference Brighten Futures, September 26, 2012, we thank you for your lecture: Personality Puzzle in the NICU: Piecing the Puzzle Together.  On a scale of 1-5 (5 being the highest), the participants gave you a score of 4.7 for knowledge/ objectives, a score of 4.6 for quality and dynamics, and a score of 4.5 for handouts/ A-V aids.  Thank you for your support of the NICU nurses.

Sincerely, The ICANN Conference Committee….. Boynton

 

Betsy Jabola,

On behalf of the ICANN Conference Committee, I want to thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to give your presentation on the Personality Puzzle. I know this has helped many of us to put the pieces together.

Thank you,

Audrey Premdas, BSN, RNC-NIC

ICANN President-elect and Conference Chair/ (Current President)

 

COMMENTS FROM A WORKSHOP FOR THE SCHOOL FOR HANDS MEDICAL MASSAGE AND CLINIC

The parts that were most beneficial:

  • The whole presentation was beneficial.  This knowledge will help me in my job and private life.  J.Y.
  • How to talk with different personalities and meeting their needs.
  • Understanding people’s needs
  • The charts were very helpful and the stories you told were too. T.C.
  • Learning how to communicate better with each group.  J.C.