How would you like to take a day off from "Ambition"?
It doesn't matter what your you are aiming for...cleaning out your garage or getting promoted at work. Perhaps you are driven to get your first million in the bank or are striving to get your horse to a state of perfection. Maybe you want to run a marathon or maybe you want to run for Congress. Regardless of "what" you are trying to achieve...wouldn't it be great to let go of the burden of striving?
- If I let people see my vulnerabilities, I'll be doomed!
- I'd be more successful if I work longer and harder.
- If I set higher goals, I'd be more successful!
- Life will be better once I get a plan.
- If it is easy, I just didn't work hard enough.
- I'm sick and tired of feeling sick and tired.
- I can't seem to find where my passion went.
If you'd like to increase your energy, regain your passion, connect with your purpose and feel the peace that exists, join us on Tuesday, July 29 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the San Luis Obispo Public Library, 995 Palm St., San Luis Obispo.
You'll learn some simple tools, burst through old paradigms, move past barriers and hurdles and let go of old belief systems that no longer serve you.
Bring your curiosity, good humor and leave inspired, refreshed and with some simple tools to implement your own framework for living in a state of ease while achieving more than you imagined possible!
Limited to 25 participants. $45 per person. Click here to reserve your space today!
It is time for you to unleash your potential, reconnect with your passion, find your purpose and regain peace!
Beth Wonson is a consultant, coach, author and avid horse enthusiast who helps individuals and organizations move past barriers and achieve desired outcomes. Click here for a full bio.
Natalie Stets is a coach, consultant and event coordinator who facilitates transformation, growth and empowerment with individuals and organizations. www.nataliestets.com
To learn more about this workshop or other offerings by Beth Wonson Consulting, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-614-5405