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Why Don’t I Earn More Workshop
February 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$60.00 – $100.00
“Why Don’t I Earn More?”
No doubt you’ve asked yourself that countless times.
How would it be to:
• To wonder no more about the why not, the how to, the when
• To actually earn more?
Freeing? Confidence boosting? Comforting? Reassuring? Probably all four and more.
Earning more money is not about the money. It’s about you. And it’s about others. More especially who you are (and what you extend and how you relate) to others.
Come along and learn about:
• Earning … on the front foot
• Being an earner … beyond simply earning an earning
• Fighting (Earning) Gravity
• Knowing your earning more ‘Voice’
• The part that vulnerability-led wholeheartedness plays
• Treating your earnings like treasure
• How to be less right and more in right relationship
• How to attract instead of sell your worth(iness)
• How others earn more … and how you can too
• How not earning paves the way to more earning
• How to drive earning with Intention and Integrity
• How to progress from the earning Recipe Book TO the earning Platter
Martin Wilson of Self Coaching (Self Made Ltd) has a background in business, law and coaching: as an employer or self-employed commercial lawyer 1989 – 2005, and subsequently as a coach and businessman.
His coaching expertise is predominantly in and around change. More particularly, developing leadership and personal presence; building personal energy and capacity; and converting awareness and vision into goals, actions and results. Much of Martin’s coaching involves developing an individual’s personal foundation, capacity and broader intelligences to support them to be more strategic and productive in a sustainable, integrated and influential way.
It’s because Martin has not always been a successful earner that he is well qualified to talk about how to earn more. He’s been forced to stop and learn (and relearn) how to earn helped by:
• Working in many different ‘market’ places
• In being self employed or an employer for 30 years
• Good times and bad times
• A love of learning, experiencing and executing improvements; and
• Because earning has not come on a platter – he’s had to earn his earning ‘stripes’