The word “Change” alone creates a disabling reaction most times. It can feel disturbing because it entails the unknown, yet it is an inherent part of life and all living beings. Without change, growth would be impossible, resulting in stagnation. To regard change as a vital and exciting part of life empowers us. Understanding your fears and how you react to change will increase your ability to successfully navigate the course of your life with confidence and certainty. This workshop is your chance to invest two days for the purpose of making the most out of your approach to change. Find out what you can do to make your experience of change more pleasurable, positive, and productive.
When you take “Producing Positive Change”, you will learn how to:
With the insight of experienced trainers, you will learn how to:
Imagine if your DNA was so malleable that a mere cup of tea, daily meditation, or your never-ending traffic-heavy commute could change it. A study published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics showed that tea consumption in women leads to chemical changes in genes that are known to interact with cancer and estrogen metabolism. Another...Read More
Thirty years ago U2 released I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For from their mega album The Joshua Tree. The song is a mix of existentialism and disappointment—one looks and looks and looks—but the search is fruitless. Does this sound familiar? Are you still looking for the right relationship, the right job title, that...Read More
Scientist, inventor, author, diplomat, wit-extraordinaire and Founding Father, Ben Franklin, had an underlying philosophy about life certainties. Among them are death, taxes, and moments when the proverbial crap hits the fan. Franklin wrote: “Men are subject to various inconveniences merely through lack of a small share of courage, which is a quality very necessary...Read More
Of all the relationships in our lives, friendships bear a unique role. Friends don’t carry the complications of lovers, the politics of family, or the formalities of colleagues and acquaintances. When dark times appear you ugly cry, snot, and spit, to friends that listen compassionately. Think of the times friends stood by you when...Read More