January 4, 2020: Visioning and Goal-Setting Workshop

[Silver City, NM, January 2020] — Beginning January 4, 2020, the Oasis in Silver City presents “Lunch with a Life Coach.” Every first Saturday of the month, you are invited to receive a healthy, organic lunch and a powerful, interactive workshop to inspire your life’s journey.

"It's the science of visualization. Simply by changing your thoughts and actions, you can change your world to have better health, more fulfilling relationships, more prosperity and a greater sense of well-being.”- Wendy Spurgeon, Master Integrative Life Coach.

When considering what your future is going to be like, most people choose to simply drift along and this is a tragedy that happens over and over again.

The most intelligent, well-meaning people in the world are relegated to an inferior existence, living a life less fulfilling and rewarding because they did not set goals or visualize what they wanted for their future.

Consider the airline pilot who flies a plane from New York to Los Angeles. Most of the flight is on auto-pilot, where the course is set at the beginning. But it's not a straight, point A to point B event. The plane is constantly making adjustments for wind, weather and other issues that may come up which could throw it off course.

It's the same with your life. Without first setting the course and without making the necessary adjustments, your future will just drift into any direction the wind takes it.

This is no way to go through life!

The old adage is true:  When you fail to plan, you plan to fail.

But it doesn't have to be that way for you, not anymore. Today you can decide how the rest of your life is going to look and feel. Right now you can take steps toward a better life for yourself, your career and your family, simply by practicing the art of visioning and goal setting.

You can begin by attending The Way of Truth: Lunch with a Life Coach event.  Here are the details:

First Saturdays, beginning January 4, 2020. Come join us for LUNCH WITH A LIFE COACH

TOPIC: Visioning and Goal Setting for 2020 at the Oasis in Silver City, 714  N. Bullard St.

12-12:30 Grab your healthy organic lunch12:30-2:00 Enjoy a powerful interactive workshop to inspire your life’s journeyWorksheets and pens included!

Early bird tickets- $20 at Oasis or $25 on Workshop Day 

This is a highly interactive and educational training that will show you: 

• How to employ long term thinking and visualization that brings you the outcomes you want instead of just letting the chips fall where they may.

• How to take real action, no matter how small, that builds momentum to make your vision a reality.

• How to eliminate distractions so you can focus on your vision with the most clarity possible. 

• How to live with a greater sense of purpose, which will open you up to all kinds of positive experiences.

People who attend this teleseminar <or webinar> training will have a new outlook on the rest of their lives, and the tangible start of a real plan to make amazing things happen.

Here are just a few of the takeaways from this groundbreaking live training event:

You'll learn how to develop a strategy for setting a long-term vision for what we want.
You'll be able to start turning a simple vision into a manageable, measurable action plan.
You'll discover how to eliminate distractions by bringing focus to what matters most.
You'll start connecting your life to a bigger purpose and assure a successful outcome
And you'll be able to finally, once and for all, turn your visions into your reality.

…and much more!

Today you have a choice of how you want the rest of your life to play out.  You can either be someone who just lets the winds of fate carry you or you can visualize the kind of life you want to live, the kind that will make you happy and fulfilled.

Join us for this life changing training and you'll discover all the ways to make this happen in your own life. 

Here are all the details again:

Come join us for LUNCH WITH A LIFE COACH

TOPIC: Visioning and Goal Setting for 2020

At The Oasis in Silver City (714 N. Bullard St.)

First Saturdays from 12:00-2:00

January 4, 2020 w/Wendy Spurgeon

12-12:30 Grab your healthy organic lunch

12:30-2:00 Enjoy a powerful interactive workshop to inspire your life’s journey

Worksheets and pens included!

Early bird tickets- $20 @ Oasis / $25 on Workshop Day

If you would like more information about this topic, please call Wendy Spurgeon at (575)297-7851, or email breakthroughshadow@gmail.com.

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