The New Year is a great time for new beginnings. And what better way to start off 2016 than ditching the drama in your life for a happier, healthier year?
That’s why we created the 30-Day Ditch the Drama Challenge. During the month of January, our fans and followers are invited to join us in putting our stories to rest in an effort to live more peaceful, meaningful lives.
So, how does it work? Starting January 1, all Challenge participants will receive a daily email with one challenge or task to complete along with additional resources such as worksheets, videos and other supporting Reality-Based content free of charge. Participants will also have exclusive access to select tools from our Reality-Based Toolkit – a $50 value! The Challenge will conclude at the end of January, leaving participants with the information and tools they need to remain drama-free for the remainder of the year.
Think you have what it takes to join the Reality-Based revolution? Commit to less drama and more peace in 2016 by signing up for our 30-Day Challenge today. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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5 thoughts on “Ring in 2016 with our 30-Day Ditch the Drama Challenge”
Pat Greenfield says:
I love your teaching. It has help me to become a better leader.
Linda Ross says:
Is there any way to work through the challenge now? I have been assigned a new group of supervisors to facilitate and ditching the drama is going to be one of our challenges. This would be awesome to add to our leadership toolbox.
Cy Wakeman says:
Hello Linda! Yes, we offer this challenge to our clients and I will email you directly with an overview sheet so you can learn more about it. Then feel free to reach out to Sara Meis at our office for pricing. We’ve found our clients love this challenge as a way to sustain what they have learned and to put the philosophy into practice!
Jennifer Rooker Graham says:
I would love to get this information to to challenge my team if possible!
Kimberly Ainsworth says:
I am in the same situation as Linda. I walked through this challenge back when it came out but have a team I would like to go through it now.