“The best way to predict the future is to create it” – Robert Ingersoll
NEXT workshop: SUNDAY 26th APRIL, 2020
How has 2019 gone for you so far?
Did you set up some intentions or a plan for how you want it?
Are you getting done all that you want to get done?
Are you smiling with achievement and satisfaction as you read the question?
Looking back is informative, sobering and usually enlightening. Letting yourself look back at what you’ve achieved, and what you’ve missed the mark on, gives you an extrodinary power. It’s a springboard to looking ahead at what you now want to create.
Each year, we change, we experience new things, we get excited by new learning, new people and things. In order to make the most of that, you must take stock and start a new plan!
And Planning for the year ahead is Essential!
We are all Creators and we can make our 2020 as great as we want it to be. It just takes a little time out, some good questions and a nice atmosphere in which to think, ponder, review and identify your desires for how you want your next year to be.
Once you’ve created the Plan, a Vision Board will help to remind you of what you are longing for. It shows you daily what you want to make happen and look forward to enjoying. It keeps these ‘front of mind’.
Here’s the workshop that is coming up:
SUNDAY 26th April, 2020 -CENTRAL LONDON
– this is a chance for you to set your course as the year begins to ramp back up into activity. (It’s likely this board will help guide you and give you a head start to make 2020 a really special one!)
Here’s how it works:
You’ll be creating celebration through looking back on your successes, and certainty by looking at what you can learn to leave behind that you no longer want or don’t want to bring foward.
It’s such fun to wake up to a new board for the year! Vision boards are a continuous visual reminder of what you want to create, what you want to feel and experience every day. You choose what to focus on and how you want to represent it. Your Vision Board is a proven way to get more of what you want in your life with much less effort. It’s simple: what you focus on comes into view, into being.
I look forward to Helping You Shine as you Shape Your Future!
There will be a variety of snacks to keep you going for the duration of the workshop so you can focus on creating your life as you want it. We start by running through a set of questions that will help you see clearly where you want to go and what you want to put into next year as we see this one out. You need bring nothing other than yourself, though many will find it useful to bring your 2019 diary to help you look back and squeeze out the learning and the joy from the year that has just passed.
Numbers are limited to just 20 for each workshop because of the room size – first come first served!
All equipment and materials are provided and I guarantee you will come out energised and inspired to take on the rest of 2020 with excitement and anticipation!
What time does the event start and end?
We kick off at 10am, with arrival happening from 9.30am. We aim to finish by 3.30pm, with room for ‘stragglers’ to end at 4pm.
Where is the event taking place?
For the 26th of January, we have a wonderful space in the heart of Central London. When you sign up you’ll get all the details.
Can I bring my kids or my friends?
This is a great workshop for teens (and some as young as 10 enjoy it too). If you want to make this a ‘family affair’ it’s a great thing to do together. That’s true for business partners, life partners and great friends too – it allows you to share the joy as things start to happen. Whatever your situation, come and enjoy the company of others who are looking to take charge of their lives, ready to bring some joy and delight into it.
Is food provided?
There will be snacks a plenty, and we will stop for lunch so feel free to bring something with you that you will love or nip out to get something whilst you stretch your legs. There are shops nearby 🙂 I do my best to accommodate healthy, naughty and allergy friendly snacks!
What do I need to bring with me?
It’s useful for some to bring their diary from the previous year or so, to get a sense of patterns to either maintain or eliminate. I highly recommend you bring layered clothing – one person’s ‘hot’ is another’s ‘Siberia’! And if you have a favourite notebook and pens you love, bring those too. Don’t worry if you don’t have these, you will br provided with all this at the workshop. You may want to photograph yourself, and bring those (printed) images with you, your family, or even company logos. Anything that you know will be hard to get from a magazine is the rule of thumb here. Usually that’s the personal things in life.
What If I have never made a vision board before?! (or: Do I need to know what I’m doing?!)
I’m pleased to say I love it when new people ‘stop by’ and make their boards for the first time. No experience needed – and in fact it’s actively discouraged in these sessions! Bring as blank a you as you can to the workshop and we’ll guide you through all that needs to happen