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
In support of her book and our community, Susan is performing pro-bono workshops for non profit groups, charities, and many employment organizations.
One of the most fulfilling experiences for Susan happened when she presented her workshop “The Secret To Success” June 20 for a group of 60 women at Job Train a Menlo Park based organization.
In her own words. . .
I had one of my most fulfilling experiences on Friday June 20 when I was invited to speak at a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help those who are most in need to succeed. Sixty women who are enrolled in various vocational job training programs attended my workshop, “The Secret to Success”. Why was it so fulfilling? Because for at least our 90 minutes together, my ideas made a difference.
The breakthrough lesson was how our beliefs are all that holds us back from taking the steps to succeed. We did an exercise that first asked them to write answers to the following:
What fears do you have about your job future?
What ideas are limiting what you think you can achieve or become in your life?
What is holding you back from believing you can stay dedicated to doing the necessary work?
In the second part of the exercise, I asked them to go back and write down what new ideas they could replace the ones above with that would support them in taking action. After a few minutes, several shared how writing their thoughts down enabled them to get clarity they’d never had before.
We can help ourselves break through all our obstacles if only we look closely enough to see what they are.
Try the exercise yourself and see what you might learn.