Pay Me What I’m Worth (Bound) Class Price

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$14.44

Pay Me What I’m Worth Bound Copy

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For class / groups only.

Title: Pay Me What I’m Worth. A Workbook to say it. Mean it. Get it. 

Product details

Paperback: 233 pages
Publisher: Lulu.com; 1st edition (September 8, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1411698460
ISBN-13: 978-1411698468

Cost:  $9.95

Shipping:  $3.99 USPS Book Rate

Merchant fee:  $.50

Total: $14.44

Amazon reviews: http://bit.ly/pmwiw-reviews

3 reviews for Pay Me What I’m Worth (Bound) Class Price

  1. chelsawells

    Meeting Soul and beginning the Pay Me What I’m Worth journey has been one of the best experiences of my life. Now doing Learning to Receive it’s icing on the cake. The depth of loving myself, loving others unconditionally, and growth is a gift I wish for everyone. One of the best things was doing classes while grieving the loss of my mom. I can honestly say that thus journey saved my life.

  2. aiminghigh4ever

    I am a 4 year student of Soul University and look forward to our 90 minute classes so much that I schedule my day around the meeting times! It never fails that classes weave in the topics from all the students, which adds so much depth to the discussions. I always leave class feeling less burdened by doubt, guilt, shame, or worry as well as empowered with simple, practical tools to navigate life. While the classes are so impactful, I must say that developing lifelong relationships with people who become a great support system is one of my cherished experiences.

  3. Sara Large

    When a close friend (Christina Ervin) approached me about joining her for a Saturday class around “Knowing my Worth”, I was instantly skeptical and not sure this was something I would ultimately find worth my time. But I bought the book anyway and signed up for the class, thinking if anything I would be able to gain a few useful tools in personal areas I felt I was already lacking.

    When it was time for the first class session, I admit I wasn’t fully prepared. I hadn’t read the book yet and I certainly hadn’t had time to think through what it was that I needed from this course. Plus, I wasn’t sure I could commit to something every Saturday – I mean, what about college football games? What came next though was something I wasn’t quite prepared for.

    I instantly felt a connection to our class leader, Soul, as well as the others in our virtual classroom. Not only that, but I quickly realized that others too were struggling with the same sense of doubt, guilt, shame, and worry in all aspects of their lives. The very personal and intense conversations and stories my class and I have shared with each other are nothing short of magical. We take chapters from the book and talk through them, as well as sharing our own stories as they pertain to the book. By doing those seemingly small things,

    I find that months later I have conquered and slowly chipped away at areas in my life that needed drastic attention – that I had of course been deliberately avoiding for years. You know those relationships with family members that are difficult or things that have happened to you in your past that just plain hurt? The tools I have gained from Soul and classmates have allowed me to face those messy life situations head on, plus now I actually have the tools to stop those past behaviors from happening again. Missing one of our classes isn’t even an option for me anymore (I attended one class with a fever of 103).

    I want to attend and I want to learn – and keep on learning. The bond I share with Soul and my class will follow me the rest of my life, and taking the step forward to help myself, was one of the best and smartest things I’ve ever done.

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