Life Design Weekend
Clarify Your Purpose
Do you long for a future that inspires you?
Are you stuck, confused or curious about your next steps?
Would you like to learn best practices for self-organization, motivation and direction?
Discover the tools to turn your dreams into action.
This is a weekend experience that will inspire and catalyze your next steps in life.
Create a clear vision of what kind of life you want to create going forward. Learn practical, hands-on strategies that help you to envision life in a fresh new way. Discover your unique expression and purpose in life. Gain insight into the patterns and meanings behind your life experiences. Define personal needs and values that will help to
create new potential pathways for your future.
Create a plan to live a life aligned to what is most meaningful and important to you.
Participate in individual reflection, group activities and the use of life design maps
Learn a systematic approach to plan your next steps
Explore your unique potential
Learn frameworks, techniques, and strategies to move forward in your life with an awakened sense of purpose and a more vivid picture of your passions
YOU CAN EXPECT
Practical diagrams, conceptual tools and best practices for life design work
Inspiring stories from people who dared to dream big
Time to draw out your vision with large paper and practical ideas
A community of heart to support you in taking your next steps
Inspired by the Compass project and by thought leaders in the fields of positive psychology
including strengths assessment, decision making, personal coaching and motivation.
Evening session August 3 7pm-9pm (optional),
August 4 10am -8:00pm (with optional evening fire),
August 5 10am- 4pm
Eco-Institute Community Barn Loft or Lakeside Gazebo
Includes fresh, wholesome lunch & dinner on Saturday, and lunch on Sunday
Overnight camping or yome stays available (with showers)- $20 fee covers Friday & Saturday nights
Need-based scholarships available, APPLY HERE
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Sarah Haggerty helps people get in touch with what really matters. In an increasingly fragmented world, we need to connect with the deeper aspects of life – more now than ever. Sarah has developed her approach over the past 20 years, and has supported thousands of people on the path of deep nature connection and personal growth. Through this work, she has helped remove the grief of disconnection, awaken attributes of leadership, nourish dreams and bring a sense of meaning back into daily life. She was the 2012 winner of the North Carolina Environmental Educators of the Year award. Sarah is the Program Director at the Eco-Institute and she is the Founder and Director of Natural Mystery School.