Are you bored, frustrated, or otherwise dissatisfied in how you spend your days?
Do you wish you could find a way to be more confident and passionate about your work?
Join us for a Free Training:
How to Make Your Work
Work for You
on Friday, October 4th from 12 to 1pm ET*!
(If you can't be live, sign up anyway and we'll send you the recording afterward!)
You spend most of your day at your job! Your career can bring an immense sense of joy or ongoing feelings of dread. We want to help you find more joy in your work!
In this interactive training, you'll learn:
the difference between normal feelings of imposter syndrome and destructive self-doubt (which you need to address or it only gets worse!)
how to identify if you're in a toxic workplace (and how to know if you should stick it out or find the door).
ways to find balance between the work you do at home and the work you do out in the world (and how to start valuing your home work more!).
if starting your own business is the right fit for your unique personality and needs + the self-care to get you started.
how to let joy guide your journey (even if it's really bad right now)
and much more!
This one will be an important conversation and we hope you can join us!
Sign up HERE to register and get the call information sent to your inbox.
Meet your training hosts:
Clockwise from top left...
Gracy Obuchowicz is a Washington, DC-based group facilitator, retreat leader and self-care coach. She helps overwhelmed professionals find a deeper work/life balance and live their way into real purpose with strength and ease. Honest and nurturing, Gracy creates healing communities all over the world that activate deep change. Her thoughtful and practical application of self-care techniques continue to evolve and transform many lives.
Reba Thomas is a sexuality educator, entertainer and full-time entrepreneur. In 2015 she founded Sexpert Consultants LLC, a company that is bridging the sexual health education gap through live events and online courses that teach adults about basic human sexual anatomy and sexual response cycles, promote sexual health and wellness, and improve communication around sexual desires and concerns.
Lindsey Heddleston is a women’s group facilitator, self compassion enthusiast, mother and social work student. Becoming a mother nine years ago--and the many emotions that came along with the experience--has inspired her journey to become a guide to others in their healing. She believes deeply in the power of women's circles and the magick they open up (both collectively and individually). She shares her gentle-hearted wisdom through co-creative meditation and open-hearted conversation.
Elsa Duré is an education leader with a passion for driving system-level change to ensure all children have the opportunity to pursue their dreams. She is deeply committed to identifying and dismantling the barriers that keep our schools from creating more equitable and inclusive learning environments and ultimately help our students flourish.