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Workshops are important for several reasons:

  • Interactive Learning: Unlike traditional lectures, workshops are interactive, encouraging active participation. This engagement fosters better understanding and retention of the material.

  • Networking Opportunities: Workshops often bring together individuals with common interests or goals. This creates a networking opportunity, allowing participants to connect with like-minded individuals and expand their professional or social circles.

  • Problem Solving: Many workshops involve real-world problem-solving scenarios. Participants can apply theoretical knowledge to address practical challenges, fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

  • Motivation and Accountability: The collaborative nature of workshops can motivate individuals to stay committed to their goals. Group dynamics and shared experiences create a sense of accountability, encouraging participants to actively pursue their objectives.

  • Practical Application: Workshops bridge the gap between theory and practice. They allow participants to apply theoretical knowledge in a controlled environment, preparing them for real-world situations.

  • Innovation and Creativity: Many workshops focus on fostering creativity and innovative thinking. They provide a space for brainstorming, idea generation, and exploring new perspectives, which is crucial for personal and professional growth.

"Get Your Shit Together"

 Jan 24, (6:30 - 8:30 PM)

This workshop will provide accountability, solution-based, training in positive self-talk while working on 4 concrete obstacles.

* Neighbor: 21st and 9th Avenue, NY NY 10011


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“I can honestly say with 100% certainty that I would not be the woman I am today or where I am in my life without the guidance and tools that Trish Barillas taught me..."

Certified Yoga and Pilates Teacher, Wellness Coach, Meditator

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