Date: February 5th, 2015
Time: 4 PM PST / 5 PM MST / 6 PM CST / 7 PM EST
We’ve all heard the saying, “once in a blue moon.” It’s most commonly used to describe the rarity of an event or to refer to something that is considered unusual or unique. What if YOU lived that “once in a blue moon” story? What if you are that “once in a blue moon” voice? Do you have that “once in a blue moon” legacy that you are eager to share with others?
The stories we live paint a picture of the legacy we’re here to create, and it’s through the storytelling that a legacy is born.
During this unique roundtable discussion, Tina will share:
- The meaning of the blue moon in a self-discovery process – and how it’s used to reveal one’s unique voice while honoring one’s bigger message.
- How our stories help shape our legacy.
- How the life we live becomes the lesson we teach.
- How our legacy stories impact the larger ripple effect.
- Questions you can ask yourself when deciding how to share your own legacy stories.
Join Tina and Linda for a rich discussion about blue moon legacy stories – and how they not only define our own legacy, but help shape a bigger message for others.
Tina M. Games is the author of Journaling by the Moonlight: A Mother’s Path to Self-
Discovery (an interactive book with an accompanying deck of 54 journaling prompt cards). As a certified creativity and life purpose coach, and a gifted intuitive and certified retreat leader, she is the “Moonlight Muse” for women who want to tap into the “full moon within” and claim their authentic self, both personally and professionally. Through her signature coaching programs, based on the phases of the moon, Tina gently guides women from darkness to light as they create an authentic vision filled with purpose, passion, and creative expression. For more information about her work please visit: www.JournalingByTheMoonlight.com where you can receive her 12 best tips for journal writing – and www.TheMoonlightMuse.com where you can pick up her special report, How to Create a New Moon Vision Board.
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