Zap Your Worries & Bad Memories – How to Let Your Self Go in Order to Thrive

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One hour Webinar with Kalliope (Live Webinar)


Date & Time (EST) – Recorded Webinar 

CEU/ PDA: There are no CEU’s or PDA’s offered with this class. Though in the near future there may be a possibility of the same. Participants will be informed if that happens.

Prerequisites: No prerequisites.

Downloads and Notes: Transcript of the talk will be provided after the completion.

Cost: Free! Our gift to all.



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Zap Your Worries & Bad Memories: How to Let Your Self Go in Order to Thrive

Worry happens when people create the worst scenario, inside their minds, about the future. Bad memories pop up about the worst things that happened in the past, even though the past is over. Yet, people do both all the time to make themselves feel bad when all they have to do is change what they’re thinking in order to feel better. 

Kalliope believes the quality of your thoughts equals the quality of your life. Join her while she shares some secrets to free your self from the worst and instead start building your best. 

During this free online webinar, you will: 

  1. Discover that you can stop replaying bad memories from the past.  
  2. Learn how to stop worrying about the future even though it hasn’t happened yet. 
  3. Remember how you can think usefully for your self and feel better because of it. 

When you make your brain a friendly place, you can leave the past behind and look more effectively into your future. Join this live webinar and ask Kalliope any questions you want answered to build your best frame of mind.

Why Listen to Kalliope?

Since Kalliope overcame her fear of public speaking, she freed up her ability to write three best selling books, become an international Licensed Master Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, produce a television series called From Fear to Freedom© and do a TEDx Talk approaching one million views. 



Additional information

Date & Time

July 08, 2020 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EST, July 12th, 2020 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. EST