What inspires passion in your life? And what defeats it? How do you lose it and how do you get it back? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll explore how to cultivate not just a specific passion, but passion as a mindset—a stance—that helps bring vitality to all your engagements.
Through a series of self-reflective questions, as well as discussion, dyad and small group work, and brainstorming, you’ll examine the endless, yet endlessly fruitful,tug-of-war between passion and security in your life, the wild in you and the tame. And you’ll do some courageous inquiry into your dis-passion—where you might be numb, stuck or bored—so you can rework these tendencies and claim your rightful inheritance of vitality.
What you'll learn:
* Passion can be cultivated. Turned on as well as turned off.
* Passion is in the risk. In the willingness to step from the sidelines onto the playing field.
* Passion breeds passion and disinterest breeds disinterest. If you lack passion in your own life, your other relationships—your partnerships, friendships, communities, classrooms, corporations—will be denied that energy.
* Passion is more than exuberance; it's endurance.
* Passion is intimately related to health. To the degree that passion is vitality, honoring your passions enhances your vitality.
Ticket Price: $50
Hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Miller-Ward Alumni House | 815 Houston Mill Rd | Atlanta, GA 30329
815 Houston Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30329, United States