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Are you missing out on the most important relationship in your life? It’s not the relationship with your significant other, your parents, or your children… it’s the relationship with yourself!
Do you ever criticize, judge, or ignore yourself? When you treat yourself with disrespect, all other aspects of your life suffer: Your relationships with others, your career, and your personal life.
Join us for practical and engaging workshops and discussions, where you will be able to heal the wounded relationship.
Learn how to:
- Fall in love with yourself
- Gain confidence and fulfillment and
- Find passion and purpose to repower your life!
You can look forward to talking, music, visualizations, games, exercises and more! You will learn and grow through this experience AND have fun and enjoy yourself at the same time!
Manuela Pauer, CPCC is a Certified Professional Coach and workshop leader. She is an authority in personal leadership and self love. Her work experience spans Strategy Consulting at Bain & Company, Product Management and Strategic Development at a successful start-up, and Executive Director of Product Management and Strategic Planning at AOL.
Manuela left the corporate world behind 4 years ago, when it became clear that she was feeling deeply unhappy despite her career success. She decided to give up the career she had worked so hard for to get back in touch with who she was and to find a vocation she loves. She realized that looking successful on the outside means nothing without feeling successful on the inside. And in order to feel successful on the inside, she had to fall in love with herself first. Today, she is sharing the process she went through with others, so they can fall in love with themselves and their lives as well.
Manuela completed her coach and leadership training at the Coaches Training Institute and her relationship systems training at the Center for Right Relationships. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley.