15 Laws of Growth for the New Year 8-week John Maxwell class
Does the promise of a new year and new opportunities get you pumped? Or, do you sometimes experience sadness at the end of the year, perhaps from a nagging sense that another year has gone by, but little positive change occurred? Are your dreams dying from lack of attention? Do you long to transform but wonder where to begin?
It is never too late to till the soil, sow seeds of change, shine some sunlight on our souls, and reap the rewards of growth.
We can't change our lives until we change our minds. New Year's resolutions are helpful, but what if they're not enough? What if you launched 2017 with a tried and tested strategy for improving your results and implementing lasting change? What if you made a committment to yourself, with the support of like-minded new friends, to make this the year you find your passion, address your fears, and embrace growth?
Don't try to go it alone....growth thrives best in a conducive environment. Whether your goals involve health, career, family, relationships, finances, friendships, life management, or all of these, come to the Hogan Family YMCA (you don't have to be a member!) and enjoy:
- Thought-provoking teaching from a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer, and coach
- Warm encouragement and support to push through fear, challenges, and setbacks
- Camaraderie with like-minded, growth-oriented new friends
- Lively discussion around paradigm-shifting material
- Accountability as you strive to make positive change
- Child-Watch facilities if needed
- A personal/professional development course certificate from the John Maxwell Team
Class dates: January 10, 17, 24, 31 and February 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Class sizes are kept small on purpose to ensure time for rich discussion and reflection. Participants can expect a combination of brief teaching, professionally facilitated discussion, and accountability updates. Because this is an 8-week study and we cover 15 chapters, participants are encouraged to work through roughly two chapters of reading a week on their own.