Tue, Jan 14, 2020, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (PST)
The Riveter: Marina del Rey
4505 Glencoe Ave
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Does this sound familiar?
You know what to do. You know how to get there. And you still find yourself stuck and avoiding your to-do list at all costs. You probably beat yourself up about it. The more you think about it, the more stress and anxiety it creates and eventually you find yourself lost, uninspired and stuck.
The good news is, this is actually a sign you are on the right track—it happens to all high-achieving people at some point! All you need to do is develop tools to take on these challenges so you can see things from a different perspective and get focused and inspired again. This 1-hour workshop will be the jump start you need to break the cycle of procrastination and distraction.
In this workshop, you will:
- Uncover the #1 “mental block” that’s stopping you from reaching your potential.
- Learn a simple trick to break the cycle of procrastination and distraction.
- Hear real stories from entrepreneurs who’ve worked through failures and plateaus. Reduce stress, anxiety and overwhelm.
Join a community of like-minded, purpose-driven individuals. Attend this free workshop and gain the tools you need to start making the changes you want in your life for 2020. Here’s a jump start for tomorrow.
About Jennifer Mattiola (née Yau): Jen worked in the fashion industry for over 15 years, managing sales teams and distribution for global apparel companies in both Canada and the US. She left the corporate world in 2010 and created a sustainable leather handbag line made ethically with Fair Trade partners from recycled and remnant leather. In 2018, she sold the handbag company and started a coaching business focused on helping women entrepreneurs and professionals get unstuck and out of their own way to make the changes they want for themselves in the areas that are most important to them in life - career, relationships, and self.
As a Certified Personal and Business Coach, she supports and empowers people to make incremental changes in their daily lives to cultivate lasting growth and fulfillment.