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february, 2020

28feb(feb 28)6:00 pm29(feb 29)1:00 pmDiscover & Design Your Amazing Life

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Do you feel like life is dull with the same routine day in and day out?
Do you feel like something is missing in your life?
What would it be like to wake up excited for every day?

Over time, we can find ourselves trapped in habits, routines and patterns that are no longer working for us.  If you’ve struggled with:
” Feeling depressed that life is dull and lackluster.
” Feeling restless as if something is missing.
” Dissatisfied with your career or daily life, you don’t know what you want.

If you feel discontent it’s a clue that you are missing something very important. When we experience the restlessness and dissatisfaction, it’s easy to get caught up in looking to the next goal, the next raise, the bigger house, the next love – when none of these will fill that place.

Or worse yet, we take out our dissatisfaction on our spouse or relationships that are closest to us. But you don’t have to just drudge through life. The REAL answers you are really searching for – are in your brain!

Join us for this Breakthrough Course on understanding your hidden motivators and the recipe you need for an amazing life. With Discover & Design You class, you’ll clarify your Life Purpose, Mission and Expand your Vision for life.
Here’s what you’ll get out of the program:
” Learn About Yourself On a Deeper Level
” Understand What Makes You Tick
” Understand Other’s Personalities & Brain Styles
” Learn Strategies to Find Your Own Answers
” Find Your Inner Reserves of Energy & Aliveness
” Find Greater Happiness & Contentment in Every Day
” Wake Up Excited for Every Day

When you get really clear with you – the outside world becomes much, much easier to navigate. When you get clear with you – you recognize what’s most important in your life. You see yourself with new eyes, new recognition and new insight.
Find Your Guiding Compass to Redefine, Redesign and Renew Your Life! Come discover how to create a life that really works for you. You’ll gain greater clarity and insight into what’s important for you and your life. Find clarity through Self Discovery, Inquiry & Insight.
Join us on this amazing journey of self-discovery, purpose, and awakening. You’ll understand yourself at a deeper level and know what makes you tick and what it takes to make your life outstanding! Tickets at www.TheBrainTrainerllc.com/classes

You’ll build on these insights to create goals with value and purpose – so you can create your better life today! By understanding you, knowing your inner drivers and motivators, you find an amazing resource of motivation, determination, and inner resolve.

Turn dissatisfaction and restlessness into hope, focus and fulfillment for an enriching life.

Plus, you’ll experience hypnosis to tune your unconscious mind into your life purpose, mission and vision and align with your higher potential. 90% of what we do everyday is ruled by our unconscious – the automatic mind operating in the background. When it’s working for you – rather than against you – it makes a huge difference in your every day. If you are new to Hypnosis, See Myths of Hypnosis at www.thebraintrainerllc.com/hypnosis , watch the video ‘Will Hypnosis Work for You?’

As you recognize your inner motivations, learn what makes you tick, and align your mind with the core of you – you bring your  purpose and  passions to life – and step into REALizing your dreams!

You’ll learn practical tools and processes for clarity and insight. And you’ll create your Guiding Compass, a powerful tool for evaluating important decisions so that you know what choices are good for you and which choices lead you to a life you love. You’ll find a wealth of resources within you to bring greater happiness and well being into your life everyday.

Register at: www.thebraintrainerllc.com/classes

Time

28 (Friday) 6:00 pm - 29 (Saturday) 1:00 pm

Location

Life Harmony Wellness Center

555 E. 4500 South, Suite C-250

Organizer

The Brain Trainer: Holly Stokes801.810.9406 holly@thebraintranerllc.com

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