Tuesday, January 31, 2012

You're Invited | LiFe LaB: Find Your Formula for Change

Living life well can be a form of art. YNPN-TC supposes that there may be a bit of science to it, too. If you're feeling stuck in your career or have goals but are unsure what to do next, you're invited to attend their upcoming Life Lab event to find your formula for change! See below for more details and to prep for your time in the lab.

LifeLab: Find Your Formula for Change

You are invited to attend:

LiFe LaB: Find Your Formula for Change

Tues., Feb. 21 from 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Registration Starts at 5:30 pm, Program at 6 pm

As research and personal experience teaches us, goals alone don't change behavior. If that's the case, how can you move forward in your career and your life?

At this session, coach Beth Wallace will challenge you to notice where you're getting stuck, help you design progress toward your goals, and teach you how to keep going even through resistance.

Through a combination of demonstration and small group work, you will learn how to:

  • Identify what you're really struggling with
  • Get clear about what you want and plan movement in that direction
  • Reflect on how your plan is working
  • Stay accountable with social support

Join us on February 21 to learn a more complete strategy for solving professional problems and loving your work.

Space is limited. Register now.


Limited free parking is available at the lot at 1200 Washington Ave S. Additional parking is available for a dollar an hour on the street, and at the Guthrie parking lot at 818 2nd St S.


Beth WallaceCoach Beth Wallace helps people get unstuck.

Beth has spent thirty years working in nonprofit organizations in Vermont and Minnesota, and has been working for herself since 2005. In addition to coaching, she is a book editor who helps people get their big ideas into print. Beth is a graduate of the Vermont Community Fund's year-long Organizational Development Institute, the Coaches Training Institute, and Carleton College.

She is one of the founders and the editor-in-chief ofRainbow Rumpus, the award-winning online magazine for kids with LGBT parents. Beth lives in south Minneapolis, where she has two cats, too big a garden, and too much yarn.

You can find Beth on Twitter at @greenmtngirl and atBethWallaceCoaching.com.


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