This Year: Change Your Life!Brook Noel’s Free Seminar can help you keep your Resolutions for this year and Beyond!
"Known for the interactive experiences she creates for program members, Brook will kick off a virtual tour starting next Mon., Jan. 26, with a free, week-long workshop that will help women manage their time, get organized, decrease stress, live by their priorities, and get 2009 off to a balanced and exciting start."
For more info and to register for the free program, go to http://www.maketodaymatter.net/tour.htm.
To sign up for the free seminar, you can visit Brook’s Facebook page: http://www.new.facebook.com/group.php?gid=54952104896&ref=nf.
Additionally, anyone who buys her book at Target or Costco stores nationwide can submit their receipt and in exchange they’ll receive a free month-long membership to Brook’s Make Today Matter Life Coaching System!
Leave a comment for the chance to win a copy of Brook’s book, The Change Your Life Challenge! What you think of your own resolutions, or what has helped you change your own life over the years? One lucky commenter will win a copy of Brook’s book, and can jumpstart the challenge to make today matter!
Giveaway closes on Friday January 30/09 at 6 pm EST. Open to both Canada and the U.S.
I'd love to win this book. My life changing event has been losing 160# since November of 2007. I'm always looking for more info to inspire me and to learn from....now I'm over to sign u for the seminar
What has helped me change over the years is telling someone else what my goal is. I'd love to win this book.
djecse at yahoo dot com
I could really use this book. I'm glad to learn about this program even if I don't win! I'm most successful with resolutions and/or making changes when I stay focused on the issue. I try to remind myself every day with notes or symbols. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com
I feel at a loss sometimes with my goals but something that did help me get clear on my passions was The Passion Test.
this book sounds great - i think being flexible has helped me reach long term goals!
LOL I guess that age and maturity have helped me the most.
I was adopted when I was 3 wks old. I grew up as an only child. Well, I have had the good fortune of meeting both of my biological parents and also finding out that I have 16 brothers & sisters. I've met all but 3. I also had a daughter at the age of 29 and gave her up for adoption. 2 yrs ago, I was able to reunite with her and she is now a part of my life forever. I feel that my life is great now.
I would definitely love this book.
What helps me make changes is setting little goals that can be accomplished weekly and add up as the months go by. thanks for the contest
I break my resolutions down into specific goals. This year I'm also making to-do lists to help accomplish everything.
This book looks great!
daq_17 at hotmail dot com
About 20 years ago, I met a guy who helped me change my life for the better by introducing me to a series of books.
I have changed my life significantly. I move 1,500 miles away from home and made a life for myself. I have been blessed that things have gone fine. You must always be looking to change your life constantly to accomodate the surrounding circumstances.
I would love to win this book. I am trying to be a kinder person to others and I would enjoy reading this book. Thank you for the opportunity!
I am doing this week long "course" and would love a copy of the book!!!
Thanks so much!
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com
Books sounds good have read some good reviews on it
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