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Learn about living one day at a time, a model finding her life purpose and an awesome Spring workshop.
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Howdy <<First Name>>,

Has Spring finally sprung?

It's been cold and warm and rainy and windy. Welcome to the new New York Spring.

As the weather does its thing, we've been working on a fabulous (Internal) Spring Cleaning Workshop, interviewing a model about finding her life purpose and blogging about living one day at a time. Please read on.

(Internal) Spring Cleaning Workshop

Out with the old, in with the new. With the onset of spring, you may be motivated to clean out your home—sort out your closets, pare down your cabinets and tidy up hard surfaces.

But what about getting your emotional house in order? This is a great time of year to wipe the slate clean and start anew.

Come to next month's (Internal) Spring Cleaning Workshop where we will:

  • Identify what's working and what’s not in your life
  • Take steps to clear out what’s getting in the way of your success
  • Clarify your goals
  • Identify your needs
  • Assert your personal mission statement

See details about the event at right.
(This workshop is limited to 16 people.)
 



How a Model Found Her Life Purpose

Janice Prishwalko, a model and TV personality, talks about finding her life purpose. Here's what she had to say:

1. How did you find your life purpose?

I found it by always saying "yes" to opportunity. I had to stop assuming that I knew my path or what the future would hold. By keeping an open mind and a good attitude I became open to possibilities that I had never imagined. One never knows what doors one small "yes" can open.

2. What does it mean to you to be living it?

It means that I have to take responsibility for my life. If I feel stuck or unhappy, I have to remember that I have choices in my life. I have found my purpose and have chosen to follow it. If I feel stuck I need to ask myself what action, if any, can I take to make changes. Playing the victim gets me nowhere.

3. What advice would you offer someone who is struggling to figure out what their purpose is in life?

Take risks! Never let an opportunity to grow pass you by. Ask yourself, "What's the worst that can happen?" Chances are, even if you don't receive the outcome you had hoped for, you will be OK—or even better!



One Day At a Time

Thinking about doing something for the rest of your life is overwhelming. Who could fathom not smoking a cigarette, exercising routinely or being in a tough spot for the rest of their lives? Practically no one, of course. Click here to keep reading my latest blog post about doing things in manageable increments of time.

Happy Spring, my friends.

Yours in Service,




 

Upcoming Event

(Internal) Spring Cleaning Workshop

Saturday, 5/10
1-5 p.m.

80 East 11th Street, Suite 517

Cost: $75

To sign up, email
lauren@connectdotscoaching.com
or call 917-549-7047

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