Latter-day Saint Life Coach Retreat
I am so excited to announce the first ever LDS Life Coach Directory Conference/Retreat (maybe we should just call it a confreat 🙂
Who gets a little stuck in knowing where to go in their business at times?
Who wants to have a greater voice in the world and grow their reach without feeling the anxiousness that can come with that?
And who feels like they would love to just have people to bounce some ideas off of or get opinions and suggestions from?
ME! ME! ME! I am jumping up and down with my hand raised over here!
Let’s get together and do all three of those things! And BONUS that we can do it in person! So many of us have never met in real life. The connection and power of physical proximity can not be understated! I was recently at an in person training for a week and the motivation I felt, the inspiration I received, the brainstorming that happened, I’m just gonna say, it is hard to replicate via video calls.
Thursday September 30 5pm MST — Saturday October 2 at 5 pm MST.
LOCATION and LODGING:
Bear Lake, Idaho at The Inn at Legacy Lodge (google it! It’s awesome. We will have the whole place to ourselves)
Food: All home cooked meals by the most amazing cooks I know–My mom and my 5 sisters! Ask anyone around my area, a meal with my mom and sisters is known as the Golden Ticket.
An Evening with Ashley Boyson
Ashlee Boyson is the founder of A Reason to Stand. She is the author of the blog and book series entitled The Moments We Stand. In them she tells of her personal journey of healing and seeking peace after the murder of her husband Emmett. On March 11, 2011 Emmett was shot and killed in a Walgreens parking by the husband of a secret mistress. Ashlee was made a widow at the age of 28 with 5 children—the youngest being just seven weeks old.
*See her full bio below
Friday and Saturday
We have the best of the best here on the directory. There is so much we can learn from one another. Here is a sneak peak of the awesomeness with more details to come:
Group coaching with Amanda Louder
Self love as a business owner with LeAnn Austin
Somatic (Embodiment) work with Heather Fillmore
Secret Weapon of Success with Heather Rackham
Enneagram work with Kendra Huffman
Being an Impromptu Discussion Expert with Joey Mascio
Work time for personal and business goals
Time to relax, connect and renew
AND MORE BEING ADDED
LISTED DIRECTORY COACHES
Private Room $1000
Private Bed, shared room $800
Private Room $1300
Private Bed, shared room $1100
*please note there are only 3 shared rooms and 6 private rooms still available.
*if you are not a listed coach and would like to get the discounted price by joining the directory, email me firstname.lastname@example.org and lets do it. Membership is closed but I will make an exception.
HOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT:
- Make your lodging decision, shared or private, listed or unlisted coach
- Click the link below and tap on SEND
- Enter the correct amount
*Ashley Boyson’s Bio Continued:
Her husband’s death left her with many messes to clean up—the hardest being her own broken soul as well as five others. She spent hours with detectives, Emmett’s business, a month long murder trial, and therapists . . . trying to piece together the broken pieces of the past. None of which helped her feel whole. Through her trials she has learned the importance of a personal relationship with her Heavenly Father. She has witnessed many miracles through the devastation of so much heartache. She has found light in the darkest of moments—and she has found hope when she thought it was lost. It is through Christ that true healing has come.
Ashlee’s story is very unique. As she has learned to embrace it, she has gained a greater testimony of hope and the strength it can be in her story. She has come to find that the grace of Christ is powerful—not only in sin—but also in forgiveness and carrying you through some of your darkest moments. She has felt the embrace of angels through every obstacle. The tender mercies have given her hope to stand tall and write a new story.
Ashlee believes that every day is a gift—and in each one, she has learned to stand.