Weekly class suggestions . . .
To get the most from each class we suggest you plan to schedule at least two hours a week …
- Half-hour to read, view or listen to class content.
- At least a half-hour to ponder then capture thoughts on what you read, view or heard.
- One hour to attend a highly interactive conference-call class.
Each class series syllabus (page) offers free access to a limited number of audio lessons.
Are you feeling a bit worthless due to finances, age, ability or some other nasty issue like doubt, guilt, shame or worry? Radically BOOST your sense of worth as we explore the 31 flavors we have in store for you. > More . . .
Meet three amazing women who survived physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Hear their stories. Learn how their journey with Pay Me What I’m Worth help them release pain and suffering at profound levels. > More . . .
What do we do to allow an abundance of good, healthy people, food, feelings and thoughts into daily life? From start to finish this series prepares – then supports – your ability to receive MORE with ease and grace. > More . . .
How do you feel about change? What can we do to embrace (dance) with change so that regardless how little or massive the changes are – we know we’ll be just fine? Prepare yourself for a lively dance! > More . . .
Imagine an hour, a day, week, month, year, decade (or more) free of feeling the stress created from doubt, guilt, shame or worry. Is it possible to release these unhealthy habits? Yes? Join us in this series. > More . . .
In this series we’ll explore and polish the fine art of balance between giving and receiving. More often than not we’re AMAZING givers. When it comes to receiving, well, that’s another story. > More . . .
Picture life as a garden. What’s in your garden? What’s missing? What growing? What needs to be weeded out? To much doubt? Guilt? Shame? Worry? Fear? What needs more water (care)? Unconditional love? Compassion? Grace? Gratitude? > More . . .
How do habits, routines, rituals n’ such start, live and die? Do customs and patterns help or hurt us in the short / long run? What happens when we wake-up to unhealthy traditions? Explore answers to these (and other) questions in this series. > More . . .
When an apple ripens, it’s time to harvest and enjoy it, right? Similarly do you harvest ripened life lessons to enjoy the wisdom well earned? Or, do you seem to repeat lessons only to discover ‘you knew better.’ > More . . .