Dear Friends of Allison Rimm and Associates,
Register Now for the
Business of Life Workshop
Early Registration Discount Ends on May 31
Wednesday, June 25, 2014, 8:30am-5pm
Babson Executive Conference Center, Wellesley, MA
Join us for this special opportunity to have Allison guide you through the creation of a business plan for your life. Come find the inspiration, motivation, support, and practical tools you need to bring all of who you ARE to what you DO. You will rally your resources and focus your energy to achieve soul-satisfying success.
This Workshop Is For You If You Areâ€¦
The Business of Life Workshop Includes:
- A professional who wants to be more balanced, effective, and joyful at work and at home
- Contemplating a transition of any kind â€“ new job/career, looking toward a meaningful retirement
- Looking to start something new and need guidance to take practical steps to move forward
- A copy of Allisonâ€™s book, The Joy of Strategy: A Business Plan for Life
- The Business of Life Workbook and other materials to capture your personal strategic plan
- Gourmet lunch and coffee breaks provided by the Babson Executive Conference Center
Whether you seek to bring organization to your soul or soul to your organization, this workshop is for you. Click Here for more details and testimonials.
$335 if You Register by May 31st / $375 Starting June 1st
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Joy of....... Paying Attention
At a recent weekend workshop, I had the humbling, yet illuminating experience of discovering just how much I miss seeing when Iâ€™m focused on where Iâ€™m going and dashing by the scenery. Our assignment was to think about something we want more of in our lives and then go for a walking meditation in the beautiful woods surrounding the retreat center and see what we noticed pertaining to our stated desire.
My goal was to create more space for fun and play after realizing I'd been far too focused on work and chores and too little on laughter for far too long. With that intention, I walked out the front door and immediately had my answer. During every break that day, Iâ€™d run out to my car for one reason or another, so I was shocked to discover Iâ€™d walked by a sandbox and play area five times
without even noticing it was there. Only when I headed off to the woods with a focus on play, did I even see it.
We experience what we focus on and, in the process, miss a lot of what is right in front of us. Iâ€™d been so focused on retrieving items from the car that Iâ€™d missed the glaringly present play area. How often have you been so focused on achieving a goal or getting someplace in a hurry, that you didnâ€™t even notice the scenery or fully experience the joy of traveling from where you were to where you wanted to be?