Many of us feel caught in the rat race; that ever spinning hamster wheel to get more, achieve more, have more. And whether you spin on that wheel from fear of “what if I stop” or you continually sprint just to find out how far you can go, most of us feel a nagging dissatisfaction that never gets satiated.
It is a learn-able skill to appreciate what you’ve created and how far you’ve come while also maintaining a healthy desire for more. It is understood that if you wake up each day with genuine gratitude, your ability to positively impact the world around you increases dramatically and life takes on a brighter hew. Join our Living in Appreciation Year Long and gain an inner strength that enables you to be and do more while also savoring every moment.
Opening Weekend: November 18 (Sat) – 19 (Sun), 2017 – Sessions on both days from 9 am – 5 pm
Final Weekend: September 15 (Sat) – 16 (Sun), 2018 – Sessions on both days from 9 am – 5 pm
Monthly meetings are on Saturdays from 9 am – noon:
Dec 16, Jan 13, Mar 10, Apr 7, Jun 16 and Jul 14
Quarterly meetings are on Saturdays from 9 am – 4 pm:
Feb 10, May 12 and Aug 18
Monthly meetings are on Fridays from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm:
Dec 8, Jan 12, Mar 9, Apr 6, Jun 15 and Jul 13
Quarterly meetings are on Fridays from 9:30 am – 4:30 pm:
Feb 9, May 11 and Aug 17
If you cannot attend a monthly meeting in person, we will offer a 1-hour, trainer led Year-Long Support Call via a teleconference format. If you cannot attend either the in-person session or the Year-Long Support Call, you can listen to the recording of the teleconference session.
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