Have you ever asked yourself, “Who Am I”? “How am I wired to think, feel, serve, and respond”? “What do I have to offer to God and to the Church”? “Am I ever going to good enough for God”? If you have, then join in the chorus of countless others.
In this workshop discussion series, we will dive into the divine DNA or our heart, mind and soul. During these few weeks, you will be invited to discover and rediscover how God fearfully and wonderfully created you. Come and join us on a journey to answer those fearful questions that so many of us have asked before, Who Am I?
Discussion based on Angie (Morgan) Witkowski’s book “Why Not Me?” on January 18.
We were taught to play it safe. Remember the tale of Little Red Riding Hood? If you talk to strangers, or stray from the path, there will be trouble! We all know how that story turned out – not good for Grandma, and a near-death experience for our hero.
We were raised on these well-intentioned tales that warned us of life’s dangers. But did these stories have any negative, lingering impact? For many of us, they worked too well and created fear when making decisions that were unique to our preferences and visions for our own lives. So much so, many of us are paralyzed into inaction when it comes to pursuing the dreams that are deep within our hearts and on our minds.
This is the “Play it Safe Paradox” at work. The messages we were raised with kept us safe … but they’re now preventing us from living the life we were put here on earth to pursue.
Join NY Times Best-Selling author Angie (Morgan) Witkowski for part 2 of our discussion series, where she’ll share key messages in her new book “Bet on You” that help you learn how to develop the clarity, courage, and confidence you need to confront your fears, take risks, and get you from where you are to where you want to be.
Angie travels the world delivering keynote addresses and training sessions designed to help professionals achieve their highest potential. She runs “Bet on You Radio,” which broadcasts weekly from WTCM and is a podcast. She lives in Traverse City with her husband, Ed, and her two sons.