I Won’t Get Fooled Again: A workshop to help you befriend your Inner Critic so that you can take the leap back into work, make a career or life change, and learn to get in touch with your juicy dreams so that you can bring a radiant and happy energy to all the relationships in your life including yourself!
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
How many times a day do you listen to a harsh inner voice and totally believe that it is your truth speaking? How often have you had a new idea or dream and within a second, an inner voice comes in to tell you all the reasons why it would never work? How frequently do you place judgment on your body and outer appearance?
If the answer is OFTEN, then your inner critic is in the drivers’ seat!
Now before you start beating yourself up for having an inner critic, recognize that you are not alone and that everyone has one. However, the inner critic does not have to be the main voice you listen to. Take a break from your busy day to empower yourself with new techniques that will help you see past the old stories that keep you stuck. Create new space to get in touch with your juicy dreams so that you can bring a radiant and happy energy to all the relationships in your life including yourself!
This workshop will empower you to…
- Understand who the inner critic is and what important role it plays in your life.
- Get connected with the toll your inner critic takes on your energy and creativity.
- Learn powerful techniques to create space from your inner critic, so that your full potential can be released into your work and other parts of your life.
- Dream big and ask yourself what you really want to come forth in your life.
Johanna Beyer is the founder and principal of On Your Path Consulting and specializes in working with individuals who feel unfulfilled with their current careers and are ready to create their next stage of work that is fulfilling, challenging and purposeful. Prior to starting On Your Path Consulting, Johanna received her Bachelor’s Degree from UCLA and her Masters Degree in Organizational Development from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
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