August 13 — 27, 2020
online interactive zoom workshop
How to Get it Done!
Are there some important things in your life that never get done? Do you want to:
- Go back to school?
- Start your own business?
- Repair your relationship with a relative?
- Tackle a project that means a lot to you?
If you ever wanted to accomplish something but got stuck instead, you know how frustrating and demoralizing it can be. Whether it’s because of procrastination, or because the project is too big, or because it’s just too darn scary, people often postpone important things until “later” and then later never comes. The “Getting Un-Stuck” workshop helps you break free and get moving again.
Who Needs This Class?
Being stuck is like having your feet encased in concrete. At some point almost everyone finds themselves “stuck in a rut,” or in some way immobilized and unable to accomplish the things they want to achieve. Some folks blame other people for their predicament and end up feeling frustrated and angry, while others blame themselves and feel inadequate and depressed. Either way, it can be incredibly hard to get out of that rut and gain some momentum again.
What You’ll Learn
This workshop series provides a powerful set of tools and interactive exercises that help you break through and start building the life you’ve always dreamed about. You will learn how to conquer inertia, overcome roadblocks that previously stood in your way, and plug into the skills and resources that are necessary in order to accomplish your dreams.
What, Where, When
This 3-week online workshop series starts this coming Thursday, August 13th from 7 to 9 pm. Presented by Robert McGarey, M.A., it features hours of fun, stimulating group interaction and experiential exercises combined with power-packed, in-depth information. The fee is just $95 ($70 for members or $40 for repeat participants), and Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are available for some professionals. If you want the benefits this course offers, call me soon at (512) 441-8988 or sign up online.
Robert McGarey, M.A.
The Human Potential Center
2007 Bert Avenue
Austin, Texas 78704