Tama Kieves—Thriving Through Uncertainty: Uncover Your Inspired Roadmap




This event, which is part of the Unity of Phoenix Spiritual Center’s 2019 Inspirational Speaker Series, takes place Friday, January 11, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Uncertainty is a turning point. Will you choose from strength or weakness? Most people don’t experience the life of their dreams because they don’t know how to handle uncertainty. It can be overwhelming not to know which path to take. Tama Kieves—former Harvard-trained lawyer turned bestselling author and leading career/success coach—has helped thousands make the most inspired decisions of their lives.

Whether you’re in a career transition, divorce, growing your small business or empire, dealing with an illness, or just seeking your next step and brilliant direction in life, this workshop can help you use any uncertainty as a launching pad for joy. Because when life doesn’t go according to your plan, that’s when your true destiny begins.

Cost: $75 for the full series (all three speakers); $40 for individual tickets. Location: 1500 E. Greenway Pkwy., Phoenix. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 602-978-3337 or visit UnityPhx.org/inspirational-speaker-series.

 

 

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