Vision Workshop with Valerie HausWednesday March 18, 2020
6:30 PM until 7:30 PM
2020 Vision Workshop: 3 Keys to Accelerating Your Results
- Do you want to discover your true dream or purpose?
- Would you like to eliminate fear, doubt, and worry and move toward your goals with confidence?
- Do you want to achieve greater results with less effort?
If so, you’re going to love this seminar!
In 1853, Henry David Thoreau wrote a famous essay called “Walden,” in which he included a hidden code for prosperous living. During this dynamic Vision Workshop you will unlock this code so that you can harness your life’s purpose and the prosperity you deserve!
You will learn:
- Two essential keys for tuning into your purpose.
- A 5-point test for determining whether your dream is right for you.
- Simple thinking-strategies that will guard you from fear, doubt and worry.
- What wealthy people do that creates sustained success.
- The number one factor that causes people to lose steam when going after a dream, and how to stay motivated and override it.
- A proven method for dissolving resistance you may have to prosperity so you can attract higher levels of results and abundance.
- The 1 critical thing you must give up in order to reach your dream.
About Valerie Haus
As a Life Mastery Consultant with the Life Mastery Institute: The Premier Training Center for Transformational Coaching, Valerie Haus can help you create a life you’d love living. Valerie works with people in transition, helping them build their dreams, accelerate their results, and create richer, more fulfilling lives.
While a professional writer in technology settings for more than 30 years, Valerie has also studied the transformational work of Mary Morrissey, Wayne Dyer, Jean Houston, Alan Cohen, and Barbara Marx Hubbard, to name a few.
As a life coach, sought-after speaker, and writer, Valerie offers inspiring workshops as well as transformational in-depth coaching programs that help clients achieve new heights of success, meaning, and spiritual aliveness.
Location: Oak Room
to go to the Oakmont Carnegie Library