All workshops can be done in 2, 4 or 6 hour time frames.
All can be customized to suit your needs and interest.
THE WISEWO/MAN YEARS: Finding Joy and Fulfillment As We Grow Older
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY: Celebrating Life’s Best Day Ever Moments
How Happy Do You Dare To Be?
Stress Makes Us Stupid
Have you ever noticed how stress can make us stupid? When we are stressed we cannot remember, pay attention, learn, or make decisions clearly. Are you aware that your job, your food choices, your level of activity, your sense of well-being, your life experiences and even how you express yourself in language, all impact both your body and your mind? Did you know that stress can cause permanent brain damage AND seems increasingly likely to play a role in accelerating brain aging? By discovering what triggers our negative and often stressful emotions, we become able to better manage our reactions and choose our responses. Perhaps it is time to consider what you can do to manage your stress levels by paying attention to the three Rs – how and why you React, what enhances your ability to Respond, and specific tools to enhance your Resilience Factor.
Energizing Your Life
Take the first step to becoming an energy connoisseur in order to increase your experience of well-being and to incorporate vitality and balance into the structure of each day. In this program, participants are introduced to the concept of basic and “powerhouse” sources and how to tap into them. For those who wish to take the conversation to the next level, there will be workbooks available.
Journaling: A Tool for Self-Awareness
The art of journaling provides an inspiring way to clear the mind by bringing to light and examining one’s most deeply held thoughts and beliefs. It allows for creativity, insights, and new ideas to come forth and take hold, first in our consciousness and then in our life. In this experiential program, you will be given an overview of some of the more interesting journaling techniques and an opportunity to discover how effective journaling can be.
Journaling in 5 Minutes a Day
“Through journaling we begin to sort through the differences between our real feelings, which are often secret, and our official feelings.” ~ M. Scott Peck
There are studies that show that journal keeping is a useful tool for deep reflection, problem solving, and envisioning possibilities. Those who try it consistently report that really is worth the effort and discipline to put pen to paper in order to discover oneself on the page. Yet people balk that they’re just too busy to try it out. Longtime journal-keeper and coach Minx Boren has come up with some interesting ways to get big results with only a small commitment of time. Even if you’re not a writer, even if you’ve never kept a journal, even if you really don’t have the time. you are invited to give journaling a try.
Knowing Your Values and Valuing Your Knowing
This Values conversation is the starting point for a personal exploration into the “core” of one’s life. Just imagine clearly understanding the unique gift that you are here to be. Imagine how that knowing would inspire the present and transform your future. Join me for a conversation and experience that will introduce you to your essential self. This methodology is designed to:
- clarify core values
- create a values-based model for decision making and navigating life
- design a strong personal foundation to support one’s sense of purpose
- weave core values into all the realms of one’s life
Radical Awakening of Self and Soul through Poetry
The noise of civilization can, at times, drown out the more subtle whisperings of the soul. Yet, when we stop and listen, we create the space for our authentic Self to emerge from out of the cacophony. We write, as Julio Olalla says, “to make sense beyond logic of the human experience.” This is poetry. The workshop begins with a brief conversation on both the efficacy and magic of poetry. Then, using music and meditation to shift the energy, each participant is invited to write from his/her own place of inspiration.
Your Voice – It Matters and It Counts
We’ve come a long way since women first struggled for their voices to be heard, their opinions acknowledged, and their choices respected. It is no less important today than it was all those decades ago to continually evaluate what really matters to us individually and collectively and to express those values clearly and powerfully.
The poet Mary Oliver asks, “Tell me what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Using VOICE as an acronym for 5 tools for living in harmony with our highest truths and best self, participants will explore what matters and what counts and how to get clear, courageous, and into action right now.
Golf Success – An Emotionally Intelligent Approach
Presented in conjunction with Master PGA Professional Gary Wiren www.golfaroundtheworld.com
For most players, golf is both a captivating pastime and a frustrating activity. The game can be an emotionally challenging test, not just of our technical skills but also of our ability to “manage” ourselves on the course. This presentation encourages participants to take a deeper look at why and how they play the game in order to discover ways to create greater success and enjoyment in their golfing experiences.
If you would like to read about direct applications of Emotional Intelligence to golf, please click on these links to view the two articles by Minx Boren and Dr. Gary Wiren.
Six Seconds to Success Emotional Intelligence: The Path to Better Golf >>
The Emotionally Intelligent Path to Golf Enjoyment >>
2 Young 2 Retire
Whether you’re 50 or 60 or 70 or 80+ as long as you have the desire to stay active and vitally involved in LIFE there are always ways to rethink WHAT NOW and WHAT NEXT. As humans we have the marvelous capacity to reimagine and reinvent ourselves at any stage of life. Perhaps you want to launch a new career or take up a satisfying hobby or find a way to contribute by volunteering or write poetry, a novel, your memoire, it’s never too late and it’s always possible.