A blog by Jean Givan about vision boards, writing, marketing, online business, creative arts, travel and food, captured via written word, still photography and motion picture, including projects created in different cities, suburbs and rural areas throughout the United States and around the world...
CREATE YOUR LIFE
VISION BOARD WORKSHOP
A Full Day Immersion to Focus on Your Authentic Life and Your Ideal Outcomes
Here's What You'll Get:
* CLARITY on what you really want
* SPACE and TIME to map out your ideal outcomes
* CONNECTION with like-minded peers
* A METHOD to clear out the natural "gunk" that arises
* ALL THE TOOLS and time to create your own Vision Board
(You don't have to bring anything)
* YOUR VERY OWN VISION BOARD
(for you to take home with you)
* A FULL DAY for you to focus on you
(and what you want in life)
COURTYARD MARRIOTT - Farmingdale, NY
Saturday - October 21, 2017
10 am - 4 pm
$67 - Payable by Paypal
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Call Jean (516) 688-5497
I'm honing my craft as a writer, and one of the main things that a writer needs to do is read. And I'm just about finished reading a good book by Steven Pressfield which would be helpful if you're a creative person and you're stuck. It helps give insight as to WHY you might be stuck, but not only that, it also gives solutions of HOW to push through your barriers and press into creativity.
I have a list of books I am going to read throughout the summer and beyond. I will share these gems with my blogshere, hoping you'll get the benefit of reading books I suggest, recommending some for me to read and also commenting so we can dialogue about what we read.
Well, it's off to the races, once again. I am journaling. This time, I am not doing it in a notebook. I'm doing it online because I have journaled for years in the privacy of my own journals but what I'm going to do now is share with the world, and whoever is interested, some of the things I've learned in life. Mainly, I will do quite a bit of journaling and information sharing as it pertains to online business.
I've learned a lot over the past seven years as I looked after my mom, who at this time (thank God) is 87 years old. I think that's going to be one of my categories as I journal: Mom. She's quite a lady. More on her in the future. But for now, I'll wrap this post up saying, it's so good to be flowing like this. I love to write and will do so regularly here. Peace.
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