Chapter Meeting Spotlight
Change Your Pictures, Change Your Life
March 14, 2013
Belleuve Hilton, 300 112th Ave SE
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In this interactive workshop, you'll learn how everything we experience and create in our life-whether in our career, relationships, business, or health-is driven by the experiences we hold in our mind as pictures. This declaration isn't that radical until we understand that it's our earliest pictures-captured through the unfiltered lens of a child's brain-that ultimately block our ability to realize greater happiness and success in our lives today.
In fact, whether or not you already consider yourself successful, there will be information shared in this workshop that confirms-with almost 100% certainty-you have potential that lies dormant and untapped. We all do, which is why people often struggle with change, feel stuck, live with recurring themes of disappointment, hesitate to take focused action, or think "lasting happiness" is an elusive concept.
If this sounds like you, or someone you know, you'll want to attend this event. Each participant will walk away with an understanding of why these pictures exist, how they cause havoc in our everyday lives and how to identify what pictures stand in the way of lasting change. But more important, you'll experience-first-hand-how to change our pictures...and change our life.
Susan Crampton Davis is the Founder and CEO of Awakening Works, a Seattle-based coaching organization that uses client-centered and alternative therapies to make change easier. Prior to starting Awakening Works in 2008, Susan spent over twenty-five years working in the field of Human Resources; most recently at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Throughout her career, Susan watched her constituents struggle with change-even while opportunities for greater happiness and success waited in the balance. When Susan finally admitted she struggled from many of the same symptoms she witnessed at work, she took a hiatus from the corporate world to answer this burning question: how do we make change easier? Today, Susan talks about how the answer to that question not only changed her vocation, but her life.
This session has been approved for 1 General HRCI credit.