This is an opportunity to train with one of the world’s best equine-assisted learning facilitators. Need internal alignment, or to improve your ability to get your team on track with your vision?
Elaine Devenport Averill opens a space for healing and self-discovery unlike any other experience. Mentored personally by the father of equine assisted psychotherapy (EAP) and equine assisted learning (EAL) and the original founder of EAGALA, who is the one and only Greg Kersten of the O.K. Corral Series, Elaine takes that foundational equine assisted philosophy and infuses her spiritual leadership to provide a Christian faith-based training in the “equine assisted arts.” You’ll learn how to help others discover deep insights about their own hearts and minds, as well as your own. Elaine’s seminars rarely come to Minnesota. Please respond quickly.
by Christy Morrell-Stinson
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Remember people’s names. It shows you care about them. Tell yourself, “I’m good at remembering names and I’m going to remember this name.” Refrain from self-deprecating comments that reinforce what you don’t want. 🙂 by Christy Morrell-Stinson
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Are you in touch with your inner elusive creative genius Muse? Elizabeth Gilbert says that’s the key for all of us ordinary everyday people… http://ift.tt/1iSLzYK
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Inspire alignment with your vision, to move others to take action, and empower them to make good decisions without delays. You ultimately cannot do the truly great things you aspire to, alone, without the help of others. Engage people – help them see their part in the grand scheme of things. The right people will be loyal, diligent and tenacious – and will grow to become the next generation of leaders as they build upon the vision they are in stewardship of with you.
It’s like building a bridge from here to there. Don’t expect people to jump in and ford the river. They may get lost in the many currents between