Is your heart calling you to make a career or personal change, yet you lack the structure, focus or support to get started? Whether you know what you want to move into or need guidance getting clarity, this workshop will assist you in stepping onto the new path with the understandings you need to stay the course and build a life you love.
Whether you know what you want to move into or you are looking for clarity and transition, this workshop goes beyond career goals. It is a workshop that will provide the attendee with the following tools from Phase 1 and Phase 2 of Susan Hanshaw’s latest book“Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live” see Ray Davisreview from his blog theaffirmationspot.wordpress.com.
What You Will Learn
Recognize your choices and identify the choice you want to make
Common obstacles to creating work you love and their solutions
Identify your personal obstacles and define their solutions
Understand your beliefs about your future possibilities and make necessary adjustment
Create a vision of your best life possible
Learn the key to fulfilling work
5 steps to discovering your purpose
Where to look for clues about your passions and purpose
Recognize clues to your unique purpose
Identify ways to express your purpose and generate income
Recognize which role excites you the most
6 steps for experimenting with your role
Date:Saturday, Sept 6, 2008
Time: 10am – 4pm
Location: The beautiful Quadrus Center Menlo Park, CA
The following “how to” article was written by my business partner and author Susan Hanshaw of personal development firm Inner Architect and publishing firm Inner Architect Media. Please consider these steps as a check list action plan to begin your journey of change and discovery. Her new book “Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live” made it’s debut in June to wonderful reviews such as the review written by Tom Royce of http://therealestatebloggers–
Is there something that you wish to achieve or create in your life, yet you lack the confidence in yourself to follow through? Here are some tips for staying relentlessly focused on your goal.
Break your goal into executable steps.
Recognize that the key to achieving your goals is following through with the necessary steps.
Assign a schedule for each step and commit it to your calendar.
Use your calendar as your “to do” list. If you can’t get to a step on the scheduled date, reschedule it. Keep the step on your calendar until its completion.
If you are feeling resistance to following through with a particular step, get in touch with the belief that is in your way.
Replace the limiting belief with an idea that empowers you to move forward. Get inspired from someone who believes in you.
Hold yourself responsible for the life you create. Don’t allow room for regrets!
The following article is the first in a series of articles to help Realtors and real estate professionals maintain a positive attitude through positive thought process. This series will be authored by myself and Susan Hanshaw, inspirational teacher, coach and speaker. This article, written by Susan Hanshaw, gives steps you can take to make positive thinking a method to achieve happiness and relieve stress. Thank you Susan!
How do you maintain a constant positive thought process without letting the stresses of the outside world interfere?
Positive thinking really can become a habit if you work on it. It just takes practice. There are many things you can do to practice:
Remember that you don’t have to put up with the negative thoughts that may seem to naturally dart through your mind. They may continue to show up uninvited, but that doesn’t mean you have to let them in the door to visit.
Thank you for visiting. Here’s to a life of richness!