Tuesday, April 27th, 2010
You help me wake up in the morning.
You empathize with my pain.
You are a friend.
You push me to improve.
You are simply amazing.
I am so excited that you are a part of Work Happy Now. Without you I wouldn’t be as happy as I am. I’m currently in the top 10% of happiest people on earth. I’m not sure how to prove that, but believe me I’m there.
Today I’m giving away two superpower coaching sessions to one lucky winner. That’s a $240 prize. No messing around about this offer.
The package includes:
> Two 1 hour strategy calls. (We do one call to help you create a plan and a second call to evaluate your progress and make adjustments.)
> I’ll help you conquer your fears and identify your superpowers.
> We’ll develop a system that will help meet your needs, get unstuck and get energized.
> We will create a plan that will get you excited to take action.
Just let me know what you need help with:
> Discovering your superpowers
> Conquering your fears
> Your career passions
> Your motivation
> Reducing your stress
My kind of person
I work well with creative people. People who don’t know how to harness their creativity or creative types who need help overcoming their blocks, so they can do amazing work.
I’m here for you.
Ok, so now it’s your turn.
Leave a comment on this blog post, or if you are too shy you can send me an email at karl (AT) workhappynow (DOT) com. Let me know why you need a superpowers coach.
The deadline is May 14th, so if you are interested, let me know why I should help you.
The winner will not be picked at random. I will pick the most lively, passionate and genuine comment.
Thank you again for being a part of Work Happy Now and good luck.
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* Lance over at the Jungle of Life is highlighting a site that is getting the word out about domestic abuse. It’s called Unsilence The Violence. The interview is wonderful and the website can be graphic, but this topic needs more exposure.
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