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Make 2020 Your Year of Living Purposefully
« on: January 05, 2020, 09:16:44 AM »
Are you navigating a transition or about to embark on one? Feeling “stuck”? Or, perhaps you need to kick-start your dream or reconnect with what’s most meaningful for you. If so, join us for an afternoon of reflection and self-discovery to ground yourself in your purpose and take practical steps toward its fulfillment.

January 12, 2020
2 PM-5 PM
Jackson Heights, Queens

In this 3-hour workshop, you will:
· Understand the difference between your activities and your purpose
· Highlight and explore your “moments that matter” for clues about your purpose
· Craft your “purpose statement” to focus your choices and keep you grounded you on a  daily basis
· Create a vision board* to express, clarify and maintain focus on your purpose
· Make an action plan to live your purpose

*a collage of your selected images and words used for visual inspiration
$50 a person
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This workshop blends individual exercises such as reflection, writing and collaging, with paired and group activities to help you articulate your purpose and get input from other participants. It takes place in a comfortable and welcoming home setting, with healthy snacks and comfortable seating. FYI – there is a cat.

Workshop Leaders
Paul Kimmerling is a corporate consultant, workshop leader, certified life coach and spiritual director. His curiosity about purpose led him to create his interview-based podcast, People On Purpose. With his guests, he explores the numerous ways individuals discover and express their purpose. Paul expresses his own purpose by crafting collaborative and creative explorations for groups and individuals to aid their discovery and learning.

Nancy Goldman, Ed.D. is a member of faculty at New York University where she teaches adults to lead themselves and others in the workplace through storytelling, creative thinking and mindfulness practices. She believes in the power of narrative to transform, and sees vision-boarding as a way to story your future.

Jackson Heights Life

Make 2020 Your Year of Living Purposefully
« on: January 05, 2020, 09:16:44 AM »