Takoma Park, MD (PRWEB) March 10, 2007
It's something more than a mid-life crisis. You've spent all of your adult life either preparing for or working in a career that ultimately defines you and your lifestyle. Your relationships are solid and you're living the life you'd always planned, but something's just not right. If you've ever considered leaving your secure, yet uninspired job to follow your passion, then you need to participate in Laura Koehne's interview via teleconference with Tama J. Kieves, author of This Time I Dance.
Trusting the Journey of Creating the Work You Love http://www.AwakeningArtistry.com
Tama J. Kieves is a Harvard-educated attorney who walked away from her lucrative practice with one of Denver's largest law firms to pursue a writing career. She has since become an award winning author, speaker and coach dedicated to helping others to live and breathe their most meaningful self-expression. Tama is on the faculty of the world-famous Omega Institute and is in high demand for her inspiring, thought-provoking seminars. She speaks regularly at the world class Canyon Ranch spa and other notable venues. According to Laura Koehne, "Tama is an inspiring mentor to anyone who wants to make a daring career change. I am thrilled that she is giving participants this extraordinary opportunity to pick her brain, ask questions and learn concrete strategies for following their dreams."
The interview with Tama will reveal lessons she learned from her own courageous career transition plus practical strategies she's used to help thousands of others to discover and live their creative dreams. Her insight will help participants:
- Live from inspiration instead of fear
- Choose the right passion and stay motivated
- Tap unstoppable inner strength
- Uncover compelling strategies to achieve your dreams
This free teleconference will be held March 22 at 8:00PM EST. Advanced registration through http://www.thriveagainstthegrain.com/THRIVE_EventRegistration.html is required. For additional event information, please contact Laura Koehne at 301-502-0649.