We are living in a new reality.
Covid-19, Global warming, Black Lives Matter, just to name a few forces at work, has given human beings a long list of challenges, socially, personally, economically, health-wise, and more.
Whether your issue is around boundaries, personal discipline, truthfulness, commitments, follow-through, relationships, causes, or ethics, the energy with how we bring our choices to life has a significant impact on both our effectiveness and the results that get created.
Is how I am asserting my point of view Separating or Connecting?
Does it encourage resistance and push back or partnership and agreement?
How we bring our authority and personal power to life can deliver us to new creative possibilities and connection or . . . deliver us to a power struggle with life and others that creates more struggle, frustration, and separation.
The need for winners and losers, us and them, I am right so you must be wrong and so on is separating. These dynamics are all on display for us to see. However, it is trickier to see how this is demonstrated in our behavior.
Am I taking a stand for what is really true or putting up a wall against others and life itself?
What if we learned how to embody our personal authority in ways that align with reality, partners with others, and creates a way for us to bring our best to life?
Join us to explore Personal Authority vs. Willful Power and attune yourself to bringing your best to life.
I hope you will join us.
Warren Kahn | Senior Trainer, More To Life Foundation
Thu 24 September 2020
8:00 - 10:30pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)
$40 (see Eventbrite registration)
Open to all
Cindi Cameron | firstname.lastname@example.org
Warren Kahn | More To Life Senior Trainer
Life Talks are single-session 2-3 hour courses, offered by Senior More To Life Trainers, in Association with More To Life. The content will be described on the individual events.
Recent Life Talks have included:
- Personal Authority vs Wilful Power | Life Talk with Warren Kahn
- Courage and Vulnerability | Life Talk with Judith Kotze