Cultivate happiness and gratitude in your life

October holds tour dates, video production, a songwriting retreat, music conference, concerts for kids, AND…

On November 2nd I’m leading a workshop all about JOY ~ FLOW ~ and MEANING with Jill Stratton and John Davis!  Read on for a personal invitation and to learn more.  Not in St. Louis but know someone who would love participating in an event like this?  Pass it on.  We’ve presented for a range of people and places including Washington University, Emory, and Boston College, and we’d love to hear from you if you’d like to bring an enriching experience and engaging dialogue about Joy, Flow, and Meaning to your community!  Be in touch.  The November 2nd workshop is open to the public and will be rooted in cultivating happiness and gratitude in your life.

With the end of the year rapidly approaching,you are invited to give yourself the gift of an extraordinary experience called Joy…Flow…and Meaning.

This workshop incorporates empirical research, personal stories, music, the mindset management philosophy called Asset-Based Thinking (ABT) and interactive experiences to help participants explore what brings them joy and flow in their lives.  Based on the idea that our lives are more than our work, and our work is more than our jobs, this program encourages participants to explore their passions, strengths, and the activities that put them in “flow.” You will learn ABT tools to help you discover new ways to look at yourself, to articulate what brings meaning to your life and also learn ways to find the joy in everyday encounters and experiences.

As one past participant said: “ I walked away with a completely new perspective on my values, dreams, excitements & joy.  A breath of fresh air!”

The workshop connects what you love with your overall happiness and explores how this understanding can lead to greater personal joy, career success, effective leadership and meaningful community service. Those looking to foster a life with purpose, gratitude and meaning are encouraged to participate in this workshop. Contact Colleen Moore at the Cramer Institute to reserve your spot:

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