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February 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm PST
Do you desire connection – really connecting at a deeper level – with your mate, child, teammate, or employer so that you both feel seen, heard, and understood?
If that’s you, join us for a 2-hour interactive workshop, where you will learn and practice the 8 steps in becoming more relatable.
It’s not how interesting you are but how interested you are in them, that is your key to success!
Whether you are the quiet one who needs to feel heard or the verbal one who needs to feel understood, this is the workshop for you.
What it is:
Learn and practice the relational mindset that will enable you to understand others accurately and respond to them appropriately, using biblical principles. As you practice the Real8able principles, you will become highly effective relationally to your spouse, in your family, your work, and in all your spheres of influence.
What you will experience:
- Teaching on the 8 key factors to connect authentically with anyone with stories about how it works practically
- Watch a demonstration as two people are coached through a Real8able conversation
- Take the opportunity to be paired up to practice a Real8able conversation in a zoom break-out room with a coach.
What you will leave with:
- Powerful and practical mindset principles and experience becoming real8able to others.
- Hope to invest in the relational wealth of all your relationships.
“Barry and I have been going through a really difficult season in our marriage. Even the simplest conversations we couldn’t get through without me feeling accused and put down. In the past, I had been apathetic and hopeless but lately, I had reached my limit and was angry and blowing up, it was really causing damage. This workshop showed me the mindset that I had been missing and allowed me, for the first time, to rewind conversations that were going sideways, ensure understanding, and be challenged in an affirming way that left us both satisfied and grateful for each other. I look forward to applying what I’ve learned to all our future conversations and with our children. Thank you so much for your wisdom!” — TT