New Home Forums Course Ideas & Outlines What's in the Forest…

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    Bobbie Jo Van Den Plas
    Adventurer
    @bobbiejo

    Aloha! So, I’ve been standing in this forest for a while. Pretty much got one step in. The fog is as thick as they say!

    However, in this standing here, a light went on, an ‘aha’ moment happened…

    As I pondered the questions to ask for client conversations for building this ‘new’ course I’m being called to, I reflected on comments from those who have taken my previous course or courses and some who have written wanting to.

    “I sensed a deeper peace in myself and my client.” “It has truly enhanced me both personally and professionally.” “I touched someone by taking her ‘home.’ The best session I have ever given.” “Has ignited an even deeper passion within me.” “I’m glad I found you or it would have been a dream I would have had to give up on.” “I am blessed I came across this website.”

    What I realized is, what I want to do, I have been doing. That what I have been doing leads to even more of what I want to do. That there are ways to transform my current courses to be more in alignment with my heart and soul where it is now and still serve those who are seeking it, as well as being a beautiful foundation for where I want to go (and build next).

    So as I have a ‘mountain’ for each course transformation I offer, I too have a ‘mountain’ for all I want to offer.

    Deep stuff! All steps on the journey! All journeys in the steps! (Oh, now that’s some deep stuff too!)

    SO, that being said… For this round up the GEA mountain, I shall be focusing on a ‘lil spicing up of my Seashell Therapy 101 course and completing my Deep Sea Healing course.  (These are actually based on my original certification course, so even for the 2nd one I have a great foundation to start with! yay!)

    Finally! I can take another step up the mountain! 😉 Perhaps I’ll take a nap first. That’s a lot of aha-ing and deep stuff.

    #31984

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Holy epiphany. This is so great. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, you just get to make it better and more creative! How fun. Now you’ll be burning up this mountain at top speed   😀

    Stoked for you BJ!

    #32001

    Bobbie Jo Van Den Plas
    Adventurer
    @bobbiejo

    Thank you so much, Bradley!! This course is beyond insightful and epic! I’m excited to climb the mountain many times!! Not sure how fast I’ll be running up, as even with this base to work with, I’ve got a quite a bit to do (or shall I say re-do). Plus, there is just so much amazingness in each step! Like layers of it! These mountain guides are so wise! Although I do have to say, I wish I could create everything I want to create all at once! I’m so excited and inspired!! Will definitely let people know this is the place to be if you want to create an amazing eCourse and have fun and learn a ton doing it! Plus this mountain community is beyond words awesome. Thank you!!

    #32009

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Ha! Your enthusiasm is extremely contagious.

    I must say, you’ve done the hardest thing on the journey and that is to pick and commit to your course topic.

    From here, all you gotta do is take the steps along your adventure map, do the work, ask questions and have lots of fun!

    #32019

    Bobbie Jo Van Den Plas
    Adventurer
    @bobbiejo

    Thank you! It does feel good! And freeing. Needed that clarity and sense of direction. Excited to keep climbing and grateful for all the support!!

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