2023 Examine Envision Emerge Events

Believing is Seeing Guided Nature Walk

DATE/TIME: SATURDAY, August 12, 2023 @ 10:00 AM TO 11:30 AM

COST: $20.00

Let’s talk a walk!

How you interact with and react to your environment, especially if it’s new, says a lot about how you perceive the world around you. However, for many people, developing an understanding of those interactions and reactions is uncharted territory. Fortunately, there’s no better place to undertake this journey than in Nature! Because Nature is constantly showing us all the signs we need to know in order to come to that understanding.

Each walk is designed to demonstrate how we can be out in the world but not actually aware of the world. Along the way, I’ll show you how to really look at your surroundings in order to understand what you’re doing and why. You’ll experience for yourself how, although you construct your initial perception of the world using your sensory organs, it’s actually how you feel about what you’re sensing that in fact often drives you to some kind of action.

Overcoming Passenger Mode: How to Stop Going Along for the Ride and Get Back in the Driver’s Seat!


COST: $30.00

Each of us, at one time or another, has been in what I call “passenger mode.” Passenger mode occurs whenever we allow someone else to do something for us that we pay silent witness to. This means we are aware of something that someone else is doing, but that’s about all. We haven’t given it much thought. It can be anything, from unclogging a toilet, changing a tire, doing minor repairs around the house, to driving the kids to school or the dogs to doggy daycare.

There’s nothing inherently good or bad about being in passenger mode. We don’t need to know how to do everything that comprises our daily lives.

But then, one day, out of the blue and usually without warning, that one thing that we haven’t had to do, and never thought we’d ever need to know how to do, suddenly appears, and now we find ourselves having to do it, or we need to find someone who can do it for us. And for most of us, we don’t discover this until something happens in our lives that forces us to think about it very quickly.

The key to getting back in the driver’s seat is to identify what you do know and what you don’t know before you have to know it! And you can’t know what those things are until you take inventory of everything in your life that someone else does for you, but that someday you might need or want to know how to do yourself.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify everything that someone else does for you; decide which of those things you need to learn, want to learn, or never need or want to learn; and develop an action plan for everything on your list.

Overcoming the Ready-Aim-Aim-Aim Syndrome: How to Turn Good Intentions into Positive Action!


COST: $30.00

We all know that setting goals – knowing where you want to be and what you want to achieve–is key to success, whether your goal is finding financial prosperity, maintaining a healthier lifestyle, or getting a new job. And, we know that it’s equally important to have a plan and establish benchmarks along the way so that we can measure progress and stay motivated.

However, all that goal setting and planning and progress measuring won’t amount to much if you can’t–or won’t–take the first step, find the motivation to take the next step, and then develop momentum to keep taking all the next steps after that.

The unfortunate truth is that most people aren’t taking consistent action towards their goals. At some point, their resolve breaks down, and their good intentions go by the wayside. They run into an unexpected challenge or self-sabotaging behavior. In the end, they’re stuck in what T. Boone Pickens called the “Ready Aim Aim Aim Syndrome,” struggling to start and then stick to anything longer than a few days, weeks, or months.

Well, take heart – there’s a fix for that!

During this webinar, we’ll discuss how to get clear on the goals you want to achieve; break down those goals into manageable, actionable steps; identify skills, practices, and sustainable daily actions for achieving your goals; and uncover the obstacles keeping you from making progress and moving you closer to your goal.

Evaluating Your Change Readiness: Secrets to Successfully Handling Anything Life Throws at You!



Charles Swindoll, the founder of Insight for Living, said, “I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.” Whether it’s a change in your job, health, family, relationships, or life in general, transitions are an inevitable part of life.

If you’ve ever tried making changes, whether big or small, you may have noticed that some go well and others are more challenging. In some cases they may end up being nothing more than a good intention that never happened.

Most people don’t like change. For many of us, change can be difficult or uncomfortable. This is true regardless of whether the change is forced upon us, planned, unexpected, or self-created. Why? Because we are giving up familiarity in exchange for the unfamiliar and unknown.

Some people certainly seem to handle change better than others. Most of us know at least one person who has successfully made a major change in their lives such as quitting smoking, losing weight, or walking away from their “Sure Thing” job. Then there are the others—and maybe you count yourself among these people —who give up the minute it gets tough.

The secret to success lies in taking an honest look at how ready we really are to make those changes. The purpose of this webinar is to help you evaluate your “change readiness.” Here are a few of the questions we’ll be exploring:

·       How does the thought of change make me feel?

·       How do I feel, act, or respond when something changes in my life?

·       How would my friends and family describe my ability to handle change?

·       How do I feel, act, or respond when faced with the possibility of change or even thinking about initiating a change?

Finding and Unleashing Your Inner Tigger: Because If You’re Gonna Pounce, You’ve Gotta Have Some Bounce!


COST: $30.00

Tigger™: Noun (plural Tiggers). A one-of-a-kind, overly enthusiastic or energetic person, often characterized by bouncing.

Fun-loving and bouncy, Tigger is the boisterous member of the Hundred Acre Wood community. He proudly announces to everyone that, “It’s a dangerous path I bounce. But I bounce it alone. Because the Hundred Acre Wood needs a hero, Pooh Bear! And I’m the only one.”

Just like Tigger, you too are one of a kind, with a special blend of talents and qualities that no one else has. And you have a purpose each day, just like Tigger, that only you can do.

Having a purpose in life doesn’t have to be “lofty” to be valuable and worth doing. Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best when he said, “The purpose of life is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”

During this entirely fun and exuberant webinar, you discover how, like Tigger, you too can live a heroic life by learning to sense the uniqueness and one-of-a-kind-ness that you possess; enthusiastically embrace that uniqueness; and put a little bounce in your pounce!

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