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As a professional woman in today’s overwhelming world, you’re all too familiar with the multiple demands you face from every direction, at home and in the workplace. And you know very well how the daily urgencies of your life drown out the things that are most important.

Ignoring the problem, trying to find time to read the latest book on work-life balance, or talking with friends about the impossibility of staying afloat may provide a temporary sense of relief. It’s more likely you end up increasingly frustrated, even desperate, especially on particularly frantic days. By now, you may be convinced that there are no answers – and even if there were, you may feel you don’t have the time to incorporate anything, even a change for the positive, into your life.

If this sounds like you, then you owe it to yourself to experience The Art of Balance: Creating Sustainable Change in Work and Life(tm). I am very proud and pleased to host this workshop on Thursday, October 26, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. It was developed by Sherry Essig of Priority Ventures Group in Raleigh, NC, and Sherry has given me the privilege of being the first to offer it on the West Coast.

I’ve chosen the perfect setting for your experience: the beautiful, serene Mission San Luis Rey Retreat Center. The evening workshop creates a mini-retreat environment for you and a select group of other savvy women, providing you with the ideal opportunity to develop your individualized view of work/life integration. You’ll benefit from shared perspectives while creating your own personalized measures and tools and defining action steps to achieve immediate results.

“I came home energized and with a practical plan to make changes in my life and work,” says Elizabeth Galecke, owner of Elizabeth Galecke Photography in Raleigh, NC. “It helps to hear we all have many of the same roadblocks and to discover there are endless ways to approach a more balanced and fulfilled life.”

For more information and to register (early registration is $89 until October 9), be sure to visit my website at [Link Removed], or call 760.757.7660.

I hope to see you there! And be sure to forward this on to your women friends and colleagues who might be interested!

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