Last week school started where I live. Traffic patterns shift with drop off and pick up times. The neighborhood is quieter during the day. Parents everywhere have a little more breathing room in their schedule. The newness of shiny backpacks and unread books brings excitement, along with trepidation about what’s ahead.
It’s also a great time for new beginnings for adults. As temperatures cool and heads clear, there is room for new endeavors, for tasks not yet done to be completed and new dreams to emerge.
If your dreams involve more self-love, improved communication skills, or getting started in business, I have some low cost or FREE opportunities for you, amazing workshops and classes being offered by three of my friends and colleagues.
In times of sadness, anger, resentment, victimhood, we can still choose to love who we are.
- What does self-love mean to you?
- How do you stay connected when you want to run?
- What is the difference between self-love and avoidance?
- What happens when it gets too difficult?
- Why shouldn’t I just “pop out of it?”
Terri is a warm-hearted woman with a loving, generous presence.
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I have had the pleasure of teaming up with Jen Serebrin, host of “Successful Start for Entrepreneurs”. Her online show is all about getting started in business, learning tips and tools from others who are successful, so that you set yourself up for success!
The show starts on September 3rd and is FREE. Register for the event by clicking here.