42: My first retreat: An Audio Experience

Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend!
 
I not only survived my very first retreat, but I had an amazing time, too! It exceeded my expectations, and I can’t wait to do it again. What crazy idea do you have that you should try? This one was mine, and I’m so thankful I stepped out of my comfort zone and did it.
 
In honor of my crazy idea, this episode is also an experiment for me, so if this is your first time listening, know that this is not my usual format. It is more of a narrative and an audio journey. Whether you are a first-time listener or not, thanks for giving this episode a try. I open with the sounds of nature that I heard as I laid in my tent during my very first GPS Reset Weekend Retreat.
 
I’m thankful to my first retreat attendee, who took a chance on my idea, signed up, and uncovered how brave she is.
 
Join me on my very first retreat, by listening to this episode – or watching it – yes, I have an accompanying video!
 
Take a listen or read the full transcript below. 
 
⇓⇓⇓ More goodies below, too! Scroll all the way down ⇓ so you don’t miss anything! ⇓⇓⇓
 
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What You Will Learn in this Episode: 

    • The details of my first retreat
    • What I bought myself on the retreat
    • What to expect on a GPS Reset Weekend

Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. Have you ever done anything like this? 
  2. Would you ever do anything like this? 

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Full Transcript

Become a GPS Exec, today!

You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.