September 30, 2010 – 8 p.m. EST
Have you ever felt like you were just going through the motions of your day and wanted to feel more connected to the things that matter?
Do you want more out of your relationships with friends, neighbors or colleagues?
Have you ever wanted to be more motivated or more positive about the people around you in your daily life?
Even though you know –and have often heard– about how important gratitude is for happiness, have you ever brushed it off as yet another thing on the list?
Well this teleworkshop is just right for you!
Objectives of the workshop:
1. Learn about the basic psychology of gratitude
2. Apply gratitude to your daily life strategically
3. Learn how to use gratitude to help others
We will explore these topics and learn about some tried and true resources that make it easy to integrate gratitude into your life at home, at work, and at play. To stimulate your thinking and provide a guide for the workshop, we will send out a document the day before the call.
About your workshop leaders:
Giacomo Bono is social psychologist who has been researching and publishing articles on the topic of gratitude for the last 8 years.
Judy Micale has used these techniques within her practice and has seen first-hand the power of gratitude in helping her clients heal.
Register here and the call in number will be sent to you.
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Judy has become known as the coach who has a great “attitude about gratitude!”
Her coaching style focuses on individual strengths; by focusing on our strengths we can positively impact those around us.
She has an extensive background in training 25++ years.
She conducts training around the nation.