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Some workshop ideas to ponder
Laughter Yoga--Breathe more and Laugh for no reason!
Loving While Yet Lacking- With the Self-Esteem Architect
Clarify Qualities You Seek In A Mate
Love More, Love Better--Increase Your Love-Fitness
Become a Gratitude Gardener-Grow a Variety of Gratitude: Self, Family, Life, School, Work, etc.
Fix Your Thinking--Shift Perspectives-- Choose to see the world in a brighter light
Multiply Your Optimism
Overcoming Shyness- Let the Shyness Sherpa be your guide
Relationship Reboot-Let that Love increase from a trickling stream to Niagara Falls!
Family Dinner Facilitated--Reconnect and remember the joy in the company of your housemates who may share your DNA, or the duvet.
Consent: Why you need it, How to get it--How to ask for what you want, and why it makes life better when you have an answer.
Virtue-Chastity: A Champion Choice
Boundaries Abounding: Discuss and Learn to set and enforce healthy boundaries for a more balanced life. Learn also how to respect the boundaries of others, and learn what their boundaries are even when they don't express the information first.
Forgiveness: How, why, and what for. If you would like to improve your ability and strength to forgive and understand the benefits more thoroughly, this may be the workshop for you.
Goal Setting: What do you actually want out of life, when do you plan to do it, and how are you going to get there?
Speak! Are you a CEO wanting to improve executive presence while giving presentations and stop saying "um" 5 times a minute? Are you a graduate student with such exciting information to share, but such fear preventing you from helping the audience share your enthusiasm? Do you have a strong accent that causes you concern about speaking up in your career? I'm here to help!