FOLLOW YOUR HEART
A workshop on coming alive
by Jamie L. Frank
First and third Tuesdays of every month
10:00-noon Pacific / 1:00-3:00 Eastern
beginning October 5, 2021
Choose any session in 2021
"Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive."
-Howard Thurman, civil rights leader and philosopher
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
There are things that you think you should do. There are things that you know you can do. Are they all that you want to do? Are they all that is possible for you?
This two-hour workshop is for deeply compassionate, mission-driven people who are interested in seeing more possibilities for themselves and the world—and for acting on those possibilities.
Observe what is most important to you and what brings you joy.
Define your current intentions and goals.
Identify actions you can take right now.
Learn strategies for keeping your promises to yourself.
My goal is for you to walk away with more clarity on what is in your heart and some concrete ways to put your true, beautiful self into action.
10-noon Pacific / 1:00-3:00 Eastern
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADER
My name is Jamie L. Frank. I am a professionally trained coach, licensed attorney, singer, writer, sister, daughter, partner, and friend. I have worked with social change movements for the majority of my adult career: supporting economic justice, climate justice, early childhood education, community building, racial justice, and personal transformation. I am passionate about helping others to live more joyous and abundant lives. In my coaching practice I support changemakers to embrace all aspects of themselves while creating a better world for us all. As a business attorney, my mission is to ensure that organizations that can promote a more just society can thrive. I seek out fellow women of color in particular for both my work as an attorney and as a coach. I do this in recognition of the unique barriers we often face as a result of unequal treatment—both in the present and historically.