Hey, we are very excited you are joining us for our Becoming Transformational Workshop, it’s going to be epic!
Here’s a little of what you can expect at the event.
First up, know that this will be a mixed group of people with different levels of experience. Some of our clients will be here with you mastering these skills alongside you.
We’ll treat you just like the pros that are working with us every day to build these transformational skills.
That means we’ll expect you to play full out just like a client.
Participate in all the activities, get actively involved, and contribute, okay?
At the end of the event, we’ll both have a good feel for whether we’re a good fit for each other and if The Self-Concept Research Group is where you need to be.
If you’d like to learn more about the program, make sure you join us on the second day.
Most of all, though, I want you to enjoy the 2 days we’ll have together.
The Self-Concept Research Group is an amazing global community of coaches and high performers. Everyone keeps accessing more of the potential locked within their self-concept. And we would love for you to do the same.
Here is the link to join the session and the passcode is “improve” (all lower case letters).
You can join us 15 minutes before the scheduled start times for a quick tech check. Make sure your camera and microphone are working, and your Zoom software’s all up-to-date.
The sessions are half-a-day each day, so you’ve got time to get back to work, or hit the sack, afterward, depending on where you are in the world.
What To Bring
We’ll provide the worksheet we’ll use in the workshop. Bring your smartphone, and maybe a tablet if you prefer taking your notes that way. We have digital versions of all the materials. You can download it here.
What To Wear
Pants! Seriously, we’ll be working live on camera throughout the event and you’ll need your camera on too so, you know, pants are just a good idea. We will be wearing jeans and a t-shirt, probably — you don’t need to get dressed up (but you do need to get dressed!)
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Still, Got Questions?
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