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Chapter 3: Mapping Your Future

February 28-March 1, 2020

Leap Day Weekend!

 

You are the author of your story; plot, characters and sequel.

Is it time for a plot twist as you stand on the map as you know it and look into the future?

This retreat is for you if you:

  • Are looking for dedicated time to focus inward as you consider possibilities

  • Want to have a plan and build momentum to create the life you want to move into

  • Are wondering “what’s next?” and feel unsure of how to proceed

  • Have been poised on the edge of the map as you know it and would like to move into making your true passions and purpose a reality

  • Want to lead a more engaged, meaningful life and have impact in the world

  • Are seeking the connection and support of other like-minded women

  • Feel some urgency of time passing and have important things that you want to achieve and experience

  • Seek to reclaim parts of yourself that have been ignored, or that the years have overshadowed or buried

 

At the end of this weekend you will have:

  • a vision for your best next phase of life and have a new map for making it a reality

  • new friends with whom you will have shared transformational experiences in an awe-inspiring place

  • clarity through guided workshop experiences and shared wisdom of others

  • resources at your disposal for helping you maintain forward momentum as you begin your new adventure (one-on-one coaching and continued group dialog for those interested)

Topics include: keeping what you want, shedding what you don’t, health, relationships, work, passions and values. 

All-Inclusive

(Lodging, Meals & Activities)

$395 per person

Bring a friend and save $25 (use the code FRIEND)

Your home away from home is Sylvan Dale Ranch, a historic guest ranch that provides a peaceful and private riverside setting to relax, restore, and rejuvenate. Just an hour from Denver, but a world away.

The venue provides:

  • awe-inspiring surroundings

  • cozy, comfortable space for contemplation and regeneration

  • deliciously nutritious food and heart-warming loose leaf tea and fair trade coffee

  • a place to connect deeply with yourself and others who are following their own, but similar, quest

 

Your guide for the weekend is Beth Roome. Beth is an expert in professional and personal resilience and communication. For over 20 years, she’s been passionate about supporting resilience in individuals and organizations, building teams and designing cultures to support greater connection. Beth will help you chart a future that will have you taking the leap and soaring into the new decade!

 

Email laura@heartjcenter.org with any questions.

 

Heart J Center for Experiential Learning  •  Loveland, Colorado

where learning comes naturally