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Evolve-Co News | Past, Present, Future for 2013

Evolve-Co News | Past, Present, Future for 2013

It's been a while, hasn't it? 

I mean a while since there has been ... ummm ... let's call it "freshness".

While there has been some recent activity from me in the form of local evening workshops, for the most part, there had been a long pause. Particularly with respect to new content. 

And heck--even for those evening workshops. We've only just started offering them again.

That's about to change, and there is some stuff I am pretty excited to share with you over the next few months. in the meantime, I wanted to let you know what you can expect from me in the short and mid-term.

Next week there will be a San Francisco event that will be an introduction to Advanced Personal Evolution, and it's gonna be a doozy. You will find details for that here:
http://evolve-co.com/wqd

Then, on August 21, I will be hosting a new event I have created titled "The Myth of Self Sabotage.  There are no details for available online yet, but if you are going to be in the San Francisco Bay Area during that week, we would love to have you there. 


If you missed the evening workshop on relationships (From Chance to Wisdom | From Conflict to Connection) you'll be glad to know I am doing it again on September 10th. And of course, since this was a brand new offering, the event in September will be an even better version--thanks to feedback from the participants who came last time.

Details on that event can be found here:
http://evolve-co.com/6pu


And lastly (for events, anyway) I will be offering a full weekend introduction to NLP and Evolutionary Awareness--and it will be at Harbin Hot Springs in CA in the wonderful Mountain Lodge. Early-Bird discount Registration for that is just around the corner. The event itself will be November  so save the dates in your calendar now:

November 15th, 16th, 17th.

And if you are sitting there wondering, "Hey McClain, when am I am going to see some fresh content from you?!"

Oh, soon. So very soon. In between each the above you will see supporting articles and useful  screencasts that will allow you to really sink your teeth into some useful distinctions with depth. I look forward to it and I hope you will too.

There are also a few surprises I have in store for you, so hang in there; stay tuned. I look forward to providing you with value for your life and your business--as well as your over-all personal evolution.

As always, thank you for giving me the opportunity to contribute to you.

In Your Service,

Jason

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Semi-Weekly Tips ::: New Blog Category

I have created a new blog category for you called "semi-weekly tips" and it will be just that.

We'll cover topics ranging from self-esteem to email marketing. From best practices in business to practices for maintaining a healthy ego.

They will be 2-minute vignettes. We will release one approximately every 10 days.

They are not meant to be exhaustive or thorough lessons, but rather just a quick hit or some insight, and for some of you, simply reminders of the best of what you may have forgotten, but would love to be reminded of.

These are primarily created with coaches and holistic practitioners in mind, however, if you are in business for yourself, or if you are an independent commission-based employee, you will also be able to benefit from them.

To get you started, the first two are up now:

You are responsible, and therefore at choice:
http://coaches.evolutionarycompanies.com/akw

Single emails do not sell. Email campaigns do:
http://coaches.evolutionarycompanies.com/ak6

And if at any point in the future, if you want to see all of the tips in the category, then you can either click on "Semi-Weekly Tips" near the date stamp for the entries, or go to the category listing here:

http://coaches.evolutionarycompanies.com/evolutionary-blog/categories/listings/weekly-tips


In Service and In Evolution,

Jason

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