Do you feel like there’s never enough time? That you’re straining under the weight of your commitments and responsibilities? Do you long for a state of flow or a sense of joy, ease, and abundance? Do you struggle to find time to do what you want and wish you didn’t have to spend so much of your energy doing what you have to
Luckily for us, we don’t have to find a way to add more hours to the day or drink ever-more caffeinated beverages. Instead, we can discover abundant time and energy if we find a new way to approach our goals.
Instead of seeking fulfillment by doing more and moving faster, we can find joy by focusing on what’s most important to us and prioritizing activities that satisfy our needs in the here and now. When we do that, we feel more energized and inspired. We begin to feel freer to let go of the temptation to do it all and say no to commitments that don’t make us come alive. And as the process of reaching our goals becomes at least as fulfilling as achieving them, we’re more able slow down and enjoy the ride.
Through discussion and hands-on exercises, this workshop will offer:
Please bring pen and paper, an open mind, and a willingness to share your experience and wisdom.
The Happiness Institute
1720 Market St
San Francisco, CA
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDTAdd to Cal
Meredith Walters is a certified Personal Coach with over 10 years of experience helping individuals and organizations grow. She knows about the power of personal development from the inside out. She has an MBA from the University of San Francisco, has advised several non-profits as a consultant and board member, and has helped launch successful start-up social enterprises. Her work with organizations helped her to realize that a key factor in sustained organizational growth is personal development and learning. After years of working on her own development and supporting the growth of others, she became certified as a coach. She now works with people who, like her, want to do more of what's important and meaningful to them while enjoying a sense of freedom, ease, and balance. You can find out more about her work at http://meredithwalters.com.