You are warmly invited to join us on our FIRST EVER (free!) community call, as I introduce you to Jennifer Louden, one of my biggest inspirational crushes. Jen is a personal growth pioneer and best-selling author of six books focused on well-being and personal wisdom that have inspired more than a million women in 9 languages.
For years I've been committed to introducing you to people who will enlighten, grow, and rock your worlds healthier, stronger, and happier. I discovered Jen Louden in 2012 when I took her online Teach Now! program and fell in love with watching her own authenticity as a teacher to our 10-week global classroom.
More than ever before, so many of us are feeling the call to teach - through our writing, in our Life's work, in our communities, and across our world stage. Jen's big gift to this lifetime is her ability to help the rest of us get more deeply in touch with the teachers, connectors, storytellers, and visionaries that we already know we are. She helps us to bring the beauty that lives inside of us to our outer worlds.
As a self-care coach, Jen encourages us to step into the higher versions of who we came here to be. She inspires us to offer our much needed voice to the world. Through her programs, newsletters, and by example, she's personally helped me to grow exponentially - in my writing, my teaching, and my very being. And I know she can do the same for you.
That's what this community call on Tuesday, March 26 is all about.
It will introduce you to Jen's unique inspiration, and connect you to a community of people just like us, who have something important to share with the world.
If you feel a calling to teach, share, or inspire others in your life's work, Jennifer Louden is someone you should know. We all have a gift that comes natural to us, and Jen's is delivered by helping us to believe that what we have to share is much needed in the world. Hearing Jen's wisdom beckons us with great emotion to step into our own brilliance.
Here's what you can expect on the call:
After some fun introductions, the call is yours for the rest of the hour! We'll open up the phone so you can share your questions directly with Jen, and take part in the heart-centered energy we're planning for you. Self-empowerment, learning, and community all in 60 minutes. You can ask a question, or just sit back, listen, and take in what’s meant for you to hear, and feel the love. Yay!
You'll learn about Jen's work, her upcoming round of Teach Now! 2013 (the same one I took last year), and learn how to keep in touch with her through her newsletters, blogs, and emails. (She's on Facebook too!)
More good news is that our call will be recorded. So if you're only able to dial in for part of the call, or you want to listen to it again at a later time, or share with another, you can. The audio link will be available on my website a few days after our call. (Yes my website will have relaunched by then!) I will be sure to post a reminder here on Meetup, and on Facebook too.
But there’s another reason I really want you to be on this call.
Beyond the creative motivation you’ll receive, this marks my first-ever recorded interview taking Q&A callers! I’m so honored to have the very wonderful and spirited Jennifer Louden as my introductory guest speaker, and really excited about learning a new 'next step' in technology that will allow us to bring our future teachers to a bigger world audience. (And allow me to bring more teachers to YOU!)
I would love your friendship and support in sharing this milestone with me!
Please say you'll join us by phone on March 26 from 8:00-9:00pm EST.
The number to call is: [masked].
When you're asked for your Participant Code, enter in: 682089.
“Teaching isn't just for professional educators. It’s for anyone who shares ideas, energy, or information with others for the sake of serving.” - (Jennifer Louden)
Jen has been a national magazine columnist, a radio show host on Martha Stewart’s Sirrus, network, and a spokeswoman for companies like Real Networks and SC Johnson. Oh yes, she also sat on Oprah's couch. She mentors creative people, especially writers and teachers, through her courses and retreats, and is writing a novel.
Read praise on Jen here.
Check out her Teach Now! program that begins on April 4.
“We do not become writers, dancers, musicians, helpers, peacemakers. We came as such. We are. Some of us are still catching up to what we are.” - (Clarissa Pinkola Estes)