Join us for the next HNA Luncheon on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. Our meeting will be at the Edelweiss Restaurant starting at 11:30 a.m., and you can order off the menu, to make it easier and give everyone their own choice of what they want to spend and or eat. The restaurant is located at 34 E. Ramona Ave. in Colorado Springs.
Our guest speaker will be Joel Stanley of CW Botanical and maker of Charlotte's Web Cannabidiol. Learn more about his products and how it is being used for treatments.
Bring friends, bring business cards so you can network. No set price as lunch will be off the menu, but please RSVP by Aug. 18 so we can reserve you a seat: 719-277-6645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our meeting will be at the Edelweiss Restaurant starting at 11:30 a.m. on July 16th, and you can order off the menu, to make it easier and give everyone their own choice of what they want to spend and or eat. The restaurant is located at 34 E. Ramona Ave. in Colorado Springs.
Our speaker this month is Dale Falini.
Dale is a lover of life and people! She strongly believes in the worth and value of all people and has worked 35+ years as a social worker, counselor and life coach to help others discover and embrace their worth. She loves helping others work through the issues that hold them back from reaching their full potential, sharing their gifts with others and living out their dreams!
Knowing that feelings of shame and "not good enough" hold so many of us back in life, she is here to expose those myths and show us that vulnerability is the only way out! And no ...she really isn't trying to ruin your lunch by talking about both Shame and Vulnerability in one short talk!!!
Contact Bonnie May at email@example.com or (719) 640-5267 if you have questions.
Our next Get-together will be June 18th from 5:30-7pm at 108 E Cheyenne Rd. upstairs in the Tai Chi room.
This is another evening function that we have planned to help those who want to attend but are unable due to schedule conflicts during the day.
Our Speaker is Kathleen Morrow and she will be speaking on The Rainbow Bridge.
In the 1950's Dr. Randolph Stone was working with soldiers after WW II with severe mental, emotional, and physical problems. We now call this PTSD. He discovered so many of the physical problems were related directly to a large breathing muscle in the center of the body; the Respiratory Diaphragm. Then he found that every one of these soldiers had experienced a sudden trauma that caused them to sharply intake their breath.
When he released the diaphragm, multiple symptoms disappeared.
Kathleen will explain this further in her presentation on what Dr. Stone called: THE RAINBOW BRIDGE.
This event will be catered and the cost for members is $14 and for non-members is $16. As is usual, if you plan on attending you MUST RSVP to 719.277-6645 or email to info@HNAcolorado.com. There is no list of members who usually attend so plan accordingly. If you don't RSVP we cannot guarantee that there will be food available for you.
GrowthCirclesTM – Engage Your Customers From the Heart
Your clients have a natural desire to share – their story, their experience, even their failures. It is your job to create the container that encourages interaction in a constructive way. The result is exponential growth for your participants that supports the success of your business.
During this talk we’ll cover:
- The basics factors that make GrowthCirclesTM successful
- GrowthCirclesTM as an effective part of your business
- How to design a workshop that includes a GrowthCircleTM
Based on her own experience, Tascha Yoder is an advocate for personal and professional growth that happens in group settings. She teaches how to facilitate GrowthCirclesTM. A GrowthCircleTM is an environment that is a catalyst for individual learning through interaction and discussion with others. GrowthCirclesTM can be embedded in many group formats including a 2-hour workshop, a monthly discussion group, a business mastermind, a week-long retreat, even an online space.
Coming from the belief that life is a journey, Tascha is always pursuing her own next learning opportunity and her business – the Center for Powerful Living – encourages others to do the same. Her gift is being able to read the energy of a situation and integrate her experiences – life coaching, MBA, leadership skills, team building, spiritual practices, system dynamics – into what is needed for moving groups and individuals forward.
Location: Center for Powerful Living
635 Southpointe Ct, Suite 220, 80906
Thursday, May 21st 11:30am – 1pm
Please RSVP by Tuesday, May 19th
719-277-6645 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Buffet lunch $15 non-members/$13 members