I am using this space to promote my friend Maia, because I believe in the generosity economy described by Kelley Eskridge.
I met Maia in the winter of 2011, when I was traveling around SE Asia. We met in the charming town (if you could even call it that!) of Chiang Dao. She boldly inserted herself into a conversation I was having with another woman I’d met that evening, and we became fast friends. In fact, in the three years since we met, I’m surprised to realize that that evening was the only time we have ever been face-to-face.
In the fall of 2012, I was spinning my wheels and lacked direction. I knew I wanted to move in a different direction than the one I’d been going in, but I couldn’t seem to figure it out on my own. Maia invited met to participate in her online class, Fall In Love With Your Work. This definitely appealed to me. I have always struggled to love what I’ve been paid to do.
In slowbloom fashion, another layer of myself and my history were revealed through this process. I began to clarify what I valued (hello (hu)manifesto!). I came to understand some of what I considered my failures in previous employment situations. And I took the first steps in opening back up, after having shut down. As a matter of fact, this entire blog exists because of her encouragement!
I’m saying all of this because Maia is offering her course again. She is a gentle and compassionate teacher, and if you are looking for more clarity in your own life, or have questions about what your right livelihood might be, this course is for you.
So stretch yourself! Go sign up. Registration closes on September 29th. Please contact me for a discount code if you’re interested!
Jill, I am truly honored by your words… so glad that the course made a difference in your life, and I’ve loved watching what Slow Bloom is becoming!
This sounds really great and it something I could have used a few years ago.
Ranger, you might consider doing it this time?
Ranger, would love to have you join this time! Let me know if you have questions…. registration closes next Monday, Sept 29.