What did you most want to be when you grew up? If you went to school in the 60’s and 70’s (and 80’s and 90’s!) like we did, I’m guessing Grandmother wasn’t on your list!
If you’re reading this now, there are three things I know. You’re concerned about the ones you love. (Possibly really concerned!) You’re curious. And, you identify in some way with the label, Grammy-type. That means you’re in the right place at the right moment!
That place is the sign-up page for a 3-hour workshop where you’ll find community, powerful perceptions to share with the ones you love most, and a profound art process designed to help you claim your own healing powers.
What would you give to help your littles be able to claim their own gifts and influence in the world?
What would you give to help them re-frame failure and learn from it, instead of just giving up?
What would you give to be a positive leader in a scary world?
You’d probably give a lot!
Fortunately, all of those things are possible and within reach. Really!
Still not sure? I hear you.
What if your leaders were Grandmothers with magical powers to share?
Hobby Parent is a Studio Art major and 2016 certified Intentional Creativity® Teacher & Coach.
Dr. Sue Boardman is a certified Developing Capable People leader with 35 years experience and an ordained pastoral counselor. She’s also a certified Intentional Creativity® Teacher & Coach.
This is, for both of us, the work of our hearts and our hands.
And it happens THIS Saturday, July 17, from 1 – 4pm ET.
All of that for $134. That’s less than the usual cost of an hour of coaching.
You’ll also have first enrollment priority and a significant discount for our upcoming 4-week Grammy Camp program!
Of course, you’ll have videos if you need to watch later and your satisfaction is guaranteed!
So, read Wednesday night’s blog post to find out why this may be a temporary challenge, but it’s being fixed! Check out using one of the forms below. Our kids are getting older by the minute and the world could use some work!
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