Want to get off auto-pilot and start doing the things you really want in life? For those of you who couldn’t attend the Set Your Compass webinar last week: Vaishali and I have decided to do it again because it went over so well the first time.
You also get the benefit of having all the technical glitches worked out (I hope).
The next session is Wednesday March 9th at 7:30 EST
and you can register HERE.
By the end of this webinar you’ll have a simple, quick but powerful filter for every decision and action in your life – so you can make the choices that will deliver what you really want and need. All that in just 30 minutes of your time.
And to boot, you’ll get a special deal on my Grow Your Gumption course by participating in the webinar.
Here are some of the things people said about the first go-round:
Thank you for sharing your wisdom.
You hit the nail on the head when you talk about what kind of auto pilot we have been living in. I’ll have to include it in my personal reflections and ask myself – did I live on auto pilot today??
You’re such an inspiration!
The way you explained it was the way I have lived my life and why I have been so unhappy these last 7 years. I didn’t expect your comments to help so much.
Thank you – I’m off to figure out my operating principle!
And they said all those nice things despite some technical glitches, so this next one is going to rock even more! The registration page for the second go-round is HERE – I sure hope to see you.
Who we are:
Shelagh Meagher is the creator of Grow Your Gumption, a 5-step, rubber-hits-the-road program that teaches women how to be more daring. From living in different countries to riding solo across the Mongolian steppes at 50 and joining a rock band as a lead vocalist at 59, Shelagh is an enthusiastic lab rat for testing the limits of where Gumption can take her.
Her special guest Vaishali Patel is a Toronto-based psychotherapist who uses the Wellness Approach ‒ working with what is right, instead of what is wrong. She specializes in women who are struggling with Superwoman Syndrome, leading them to a more satisfying balance in life.