Today was the day for the Decisive Action Workshop. I couldn’t decide… should I go? Shouldn’t I go? lol And I will say that for the second time, Yorum wow’d us, with a day of understanding on many levels.
At his fingertips are what seems like an infinite number of exercises that will ‘reveal’ yourself to you.… but beyond that, Yoram took the time to let people share their part of each exercise and what that meant is many of the participants who took advantage of the opportunity, actually got Yoram’s personal feedback…. and he has a really good way of steering you into understanding that you can release the stress.
As a good friend of mine always says: “Happiness is a choice. Suffering is optional” lol.
And as people became clear that it was more their ‘story’ and that story always allowed them to be the victim, we all came away from it understanding that we are way better of asking “How can we change this” instead of “How did this happen to me”.
I have had first hand experience in the last decade of learning to empower myself, no longer accepting a lifestyle or a situation that does not ‘serve’ me. I mean, if you health is failing due to the level of stress in your life, it’s time to make a change.
So, I want to say that The Decisive Action Workshop I attended today was worth the time and investment of actually ‘being in the moment’ and giving it my best shot!
We also learned about the 4 types of people in this world. And guess what? If you can recognize a ‘type’ you stand a much better chance of talking to them and really being heard. So that was pretty interesting to me.
I’m going to give you our leaders’ contact info (listed below). I believe there are 4 new classes coming up.
Please make sure you tell him Chef Marian sent you and you want the early bird rate!
I brought 3 people from my groups ‘with’ today and they all got something of great value from the experience.
Wake up! Shake up! And figure out how you’re going to make your mark in this world!
For me? It’s ending hunger in San Diego with my foundation “No-Face-Goes-Un-Fed” and ‘Echo Eden’, a community planting organic gardens on empty lots (and lots connected to the city) as well as partnering in Tijuana to feed people. Both require me to network with great chefs in San Diego, so…. if you are one, or if you know one and can give me a ‘warm introduction’ you too can make a difference and have impact on our fair city! We’ve got Deborah Scott from the Cohn Group on our team! That’s a good start!