Investment only $125! Includes handouts. (PLUS bonuses if enrolled one week prior to workshop.)
Many people look back at their lives and think about all the things that they would like to have done with some regret. Or drag themselves through their day because they are not doing what they love to do.
Would you like to have:
• More spring in your step when you get out of bed!
• Greater amounts of energy to start the day!
• A reason for living!
• An opportunity to develop your unique talents and gifts!
• The courage to do what in your heart you long to do!
• An opportunity to help others in the community!
• The chance to find out why you were put on this earth!
• More time doing what you want and less time doing what you don’t want to do!
• Better health, think more wholesome thoughts & take more effective action!
• Greater connection with other!
• Challenge yourself to make a difference in the world!
The 2.5 hour, fun, interactive workshop will give you the opportunity to:
• Uncover and ignite your passion or purpose so that you have more zest for living
• Design a blueprint for moving in the right direction
Saturday, 5th September, 2015, 10AM – 12:30PM, Community Centre, Helensvale, Gold Coast.
Investment: $125 including handouts & bonuses – 2 books, and half hour individual laser coaching session if enrolled one week prior to workshop.
“It has been a good experience and the more we learn, the more we realize and we can open up more. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is “stuck” and just needs a nudge and a reminder to help see their passion and to set some realistic goals to continue on their passion path.” Sue Greenwood, Chairperson – Rockhampton Diocesan Council of P&F’s
“It made me think about what I want now and in the future and has given me a direction. It probably has confirmed to me that I am on the right track for me.” Denise Holden, Deputy Chairperson – Rockhampton Diocesan Council of P&F’s
“From this workshop I have learned much about myself and how I can reach my goals and potential. I liked being with like-minded people and opening myself to other routines and possibilities as inspired by others.” Llyn Petersen, Emu Park.
“It was really good for giving me a different perspective on the way I think. It was good that it was informative and gave us tools to change our way of thinking. I liked that it was a small group setting so there was plenty of one-on-one.” Glenda Sweet, Cabara.
“Creates more awareness for yourself about what is holding you back and see them not so much as a negative, bad thing. Allows you to see and think in a different, more positive way. The ‘My life is ideal’ exercise gives you more personal perspective – I enjoyed that and was interested in the result. I definitely would recommend this workshop to my friends and work colleagues!” Mary-Anne Coman, Rockhampton.
“I liked the fact that it was a small group environment, all women and it was a comfortable, welcoming environment. I like the idea of having a list of things to be achieved each day, also the idea of feelings of gratitude and meditation. I think it is a great idea to set out all the outcomes I would like to achieve, then to go through and pick the ones which are the most important, then to break down the steps I need to take in order to achieve these steps.” Liz Stanley, Rockhampton.
“I enjoyed the more intimate style workshop where there is a more close-knit environment for sharing. The step-by-step process created an awareness within me about using a system of writing down any thoughts, out of my head and onto paper where I can get a clearer picture of what my goals are. I also use of a system of writing down a list of each for the things I need to do to help me achieve and what I need to clarify. The workshop has been very helpful to me.” Leanne Boreham, Yeppoon.
“Listening to one another’s stories. Knowing we are all the same in our hearts. I would like more information on training programs available to further my knowledge. Yes! Great way to begin an understanding of ourselves and why are are in state of being where we are at – Also a way to start changing our situation if not content! Sure.” Kaye Linney, Yeppoon.