Articles by Loren Slocum Lahav
The word ͞fail͟ isn’t even in my vocabulary. That doesn’t mean that I succeed at everything I do but it does mean that I use every ͞non-success͟ as a learning opportunity therefore it’s not a fail. But, when it comes to . . .
To say that I am honored and humbled to be a part of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Time to Thrive: 101 Inspiring Stories about Growth, Wisdom, and Dreams” is a huge understatement. To be associated with one of the world’s . . .
People know that I am very into health and wellness. Anytime the topic comes up with other moms about a healthy diet for their family and making exercise part of their lifestyle, I get the same question,
How do you get . . .
It’s no secret that when our lives are filled with drama we struggle with pretty much everything. We tend to not manage time efficiently, our decision making skills suffer, and we begin to lack confidence and positivity. . . .
I am a firm believer in positive affirmations and I find that many people are still not sure exactly what they are or how to use them in their daily life. I will be doing several blog posts on this topic over the next fe . . .
As the mom of a young man who recently went off to college and other kids still at home who are growing up faster than I care to admit, I know all too well the feelings that come with empty nest syndrome or preparing for . . .
I was taking an early morning walk with my pup which is something I do regularly. Mornings are the best time to reflect, think about the day ahead, makes plans, and get in a bit of exercise in the process. Who knew that . . .
No matter what we do, the fact of life is that we are all getting older. Even those who eat the healthiest diets, hydrate daily, and exercise as a way of life, will all see signs of aging. We get the occasional gray hair . . .
We all have dreams. Some dreams are small and others large. When we reach one dream there is always another waiting in the wings to take its’ place. The thing about dreams is that we are usually a bit nervous to tell oth . . .
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“Loren is a dynamic woman and mother. She is such an amazing young woman accomplishing so much. Consistently achieving her goals, Loren’s guidance has . . .
As technology and work demands increase, we continue to explore more creative ways to make life easier. We are making it easier, yes, but does not necessarily mean more enjoyable and more fulfilling? Since 46% of the Ame . . .
What is your personal story and how did you get to where you are today?
Ever since I was a young girl, I always fought for the underdog. My belief has always been that everyone deserves a chance to find his/her place. . . .
Loren Slocum Lahav's Bio
Loren Slocum Lahav is an international personal-development speaker, seminar leader, coach, author, philanthropist, entrepreneur, wife and mother. People tend to describe Loren as “the real deal.” Loren has a very busy career as a keynote speaker and multi-day trainer for many companies around the world. She has had the remarkable experience of traveling the world to help people discover who they are at their core for the past twenty-five years.
As the International Crew Facilitator for over two decades for the recognized authority on the psychology of leadership and peak performance, Anthony Robbins, Loren has led and trained teams in cities around the world. For the past fourteen years, Loren has facilitated more than 160 five-day comprehensive programs for Anthony Robbins in the United States, Fiji, Puerto Rico and Europe that emphasize the power of living a balanced life.
Loren is the founder, chief executive officer, and president of Lobella International, an organization inspired to help women “stay true to who they are.” She is also the author of Life Tuneups (2009) and No Greater Love: Being an Extraordinary Mom (1999), which was re-released in 2008 as The Greatest Love.
Loren lives with her husband Zohar Lahav and their four children — Josua, Samantha, Quinn and Asher — in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is an active volunteer with her children’s schools, and has been on the Las Vegas St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital board for the past seven years. She also started Elevate and the SPIN campaign to help Las Vegas citizens in need.