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Self in•Powerment Group at CSL: Best Ways of Utilizing Willpower & Motivation

The Self in•Powerment Group at CSL

"Bringing out the best within you, and the people you interact with"


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Dallas Center for Spiritual Living can be hard to find as it has a Spring Valley address but is located off of International Parkway

The Best Ways of Utilizing The Power of Willpower & Motivation

This month's theme: How to make real and lasting changes in all areas of your life in 2014 

We will be watching and discussing, an excellent interview of Kelly McGonigal on the latest scientific findings on how to use our willpower to make positive changes while sidestepping our unproductive desires and actions

Interview Part 1:

Interview Part 2:

What is willpower?

• Why do so many of us have such a hard maintaining ours

• The correct and the wrong ways of utilizing willpower

• Based on the findings latest and often fascinating and counter intuitive scientific findings

Going beyond willpower

• The four major types of motivation ranked and explained 

About the weekly SELF in•Powerment Group at CSL

An in•Powering class/discussion group that meets each Friday night from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Each week we focus on some aspect of living life more in-Powered by:

Enhancing the connection to your Source of authentic power within

Transcending self-limiting beliefs and habits

Utilizing the Law of Attraction more effectively

Living life from a place of joy and inspiration

Having a more positive affect on the people we interact with

Utilizing complimentary content from a range of authors including current experts in the fields of: psychology, sociology, medicine, biology, and metaphysics including Abraham-Hicks. Along with original material developed by Rob Brite during his many years of teaching and personal coaching within the fields personal communications and self-empowerment.

The group is open to all. We meet each Friday night at the Dallas Center for Spiritual Living at 7:00. There is NO COST or required pre-studying needed before attending the group. People are free to attend as their schedule permits. We usually meet in the classroom upstairs to the right. If we have a large group we sometimes meet downstairs.  

Often, a sub group (open to all) will get together afterwards at a nearby restaurant to eat and further socialize.

About Rob Brite: Rob has a passion for in•Powering (inspiring) others into making positive changes within all areas of their lives. For over twenty years, he has worked as a personal life coach, mentor, and teacher, in both the corporate and private sectors. For five years, he has been leading a free weekly Self in•Powerment discussion group at the Dallas Center for Spiritual Living.

For more information contact: Rob Brite, in•Powered Coaching (214)[masked] [masked]
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  • Charlcye B.

    Amazing group of friendly people who take responsibility for their healrh, well-being and happiness. Rob the facilitator is accomplished in leading discussions, sourcing relevant material, and in being likeable and warm/welcoming.

    January 10, 2014

  • Sondra

    Fabulous class!!

    1 · January 4, 2014

  • Crystal J.

    This was a very thought provoking meet-up for me, because I was able to connect with how my cycle of thinking has been a road block. I think that it was awesome

    1 · January 3, 2014

  • Martha N.

    The credibility of Stanford (professor?) combined with research of neuroscience etc presented compelling information I found very interesting.

    2 · January 3, 2014

  • Rob J

    Search and shall find. hanks in Advance for this group

    December 30, 2013

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