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Disappointment & Acceptance Conversation Ticket (7/17)

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Small-group conversations began as an experiment. While public speaking allows me to share with a large audience and coaching allows me to interact one-on-one, I was curious about a way to split the difference. I've been leading these groups for over a year now. They’ve provided a front-row seat for countless moments of vulnerability, kindness, and connection. 

In celebrating the first year of small-group conversations, unexpected friendships kept coming up as we talked at the reunion. There were so many stories of strangers who turned into sources of encouragement and support, like-minded folks helping each other feel seen, heard, and understood. The coolest part was hearing about relationships that are still going strong months and even a year later. 

As for this new topic, my life doesn’t look the way I hoped it would at 44. I’m single, never married, no kids. I don’t own a home. There is a lot of financial stress and not a lot of close friendships. Perhaps you can relate.

I thought about the title “How Did I End Up Here?” but maybe that question is secondary. Because I’m pretty clear when it comes to the road that led me to today. The harder part is accepting where I am, making peace not with the past but with the present. Which might require being honest about my disappointment, in hopes of letting go and moving forward.

Join me Wednesday, July 17 at 7pm ET. We’ll connect via Zoom and the event will be limited to eight people, so that everyone gets time to share. It’s good to set aside three hours. I promise the time goes by fast!

Please note: Due to the limited nature of these events, tickets are non-refundable. 

You will receive the Zoom link a couple days before our time together, followed by a word doc (aka road map aka game plan) on the day of the event. 

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From past participants:

"I've felt safer and more comfortable in the last three hours than in the last three years." —Joshua

"I've always hated groups. I love these groups." —Charis