Values Creation for Career and Relationships Fulfillment

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Values Creation for Career and Relationships Fulfillment

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Monday - February 25th, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM EST

LOCATION: 50 Milk Street Boston, MA 02109

Cost: Free

**Important Note: Space is limited: first come (at location), first serve!

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Workshop Description

Research shows that we are our best selves when our actions and the lives we create align with our values. But what are values? How do our values inform and influence big life decisions around career and relationships? How do we build our lives around values? In this workshop we will use an interactive activity to crystalize your unique core values, examine how your values align with your life, and outline next steps to create further alignment. You will leave this workshop with a list of your values and action steps for weaving these into your life. This workshop is for purpose-driven individuals seeking clarity with a willingness to be vulnerable, open, and explore.

Who Is This Workshop For

Individuals who are:

  • Seeking happiness and fulfillment

  • At a turning point, exploring their career, and/or questioning relationships

  • Have a willingness to reflect, be vulnerable, and dig beneath the surface to see yourself clearly

  • Seeking clarity around values to inform life decisions both big and small

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Instructor Bio - Emily Schweitzer

Passionate and deeply committed to personal transformation, Emily considers herself a lifelong learner. She feels most authentic when embodying her core values of evergreen curiosity, compassion, experimentation, and service. While themes of agriculture, community organizing, and sustainability are woven throughout her graduate studies and professional resume (working for the government, an operating foundation, sustainability management consulting, and now finance), what you will not see is that from an early age Emily struggled with anxiety and depression - severely. It wasnโ€™t until she came across dialectical behavioral therapy (or DBT) at age 23 that she began to shift from surviving to thriving. Her years of personal experience as a patient and student of DBT have shown her the power that emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and mindfulness can have in shaping oneโ€™s thinking, behavior, relationships, and lens for viewing and interacting with the world around us. Emily is a Decision Coach (www.decisiondone.com), helping individuals tap into their inner truth to create and design a life worth living. She looks forward to sharing her experience and continuing to learn. 


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A free, five-day series of events connecting, educating and empowering Boston's business professionals.
Whether youโ€™re a creative entrepreneur, a leader at a growing company, or someone pursuing a new passion, we have an event for you.

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