A few weeks ago, I told you about my friend Laurie Foley who moved into hospice when it became clear there were no treatment options available for her ovarian cancer. I shared with you that I began to ask myself the powerful questions:
- What am I doing with myself and my work?
- How do I want to show up?
- Is there any place I’m hiding?
- Where can I be more real? More raw? More true?
Being me, I undertook a intensive review of these questions and coached myself like a pro.
And in the course of my investigation, I got all up in my own business around an idea I’d had last spring and hadn’t really moved on.
See, it was a big idea, and at the time I came up with it I had a vision of how it needed to be delivered. But, technology wasn’t my friend and that approach had to be scuttled.
Then, I sat on it.
For a while.
Then, picked it back up and considered a new approach.
Then, I lost interest.
Or, maybe it just got too complicated.
Or, maybe I was afraid of putting this big idea out there.
But when I asked myself: “What am I doing with myself and my work?”, I knew I had to get this project going.
Then a friend asked me – when I was complaining about some minuscule vexation: “If it was you in hospice, what would you want people to know?”
I’d want them to know what I know.
And that’s why I’m stepping forward with this program.
Welcome to Michele Woodward University.
It’s made up of fourteen webinars on subjects I know inside and out. Fourteen subjects you need to know about to be successful today. Subjects like how to build a network, what to do when you’re stuck, managing toxic work situations, reducing stress and many more.
With each class you’ll get access to the live webinar, a recording of the class, a transcript and worksheets.
It feels big to me. Sort of a legacy piece.
[Taking a deep breath and letting it out slow.]
Take a class or two – the first one on networking is available to all with no charge – and maybe, just maybe, you’ll learn something that will make a difference in your life and work.
That, my friends, would make it all worthwhile.