Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

by Maria Kubitz

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To those of you who showed up for the January TSS call, thank you! It was great to connect live and hear your voices. For those of you who were unable to make it – below is a brief summary of what went down after we wrapped up our regular group self-reflection ritual of rating our ability to catch and untangle the 6 Root Causes of Self-Sabotage:

Hot Seat #1 (started at roughly 50 min. into the call): Karrie Sandford filled out a HSPF (Hot Seat Prep Form) asking for help with rebuilding self-trust, especially around staying consistent with her efforts not only in the AY coursework, but with taking the daily actions that her Adult Self knows are necessary for reaching her goals and feeling the way she wants to feel.


Hot Seat #2 (started 15 min. before the end of the call): While I don’t usually do Hot Seat Coaching on the TSS calls if the person who submitted the HSPF isn’t there LIVE to interact and receive the coaching, in this case I made an exception because we had the remaining time available.

As always, everyone, you can count on the call archive showing up in your members area within 24-48 hours and, shortly after, you’ll also get an email letting you know the archive has been posted.

Remember, the Mastermind Class is next Wednesday, 2PM ET. Mark your calendars and be there! And if you need some help with strategy, vetting your ideas, prioritization of tasks, marketing critiques, or anything of that nature, send in your Hot Seat Prep Form anytime after Friday the 15th.

Between now and the next time you join us on a live class, please use the Facebook group to post your questions, comments and feedback – make use of the Bhakti Buddy System – and keep plugging away with your coursework at a pace that works for you!

Thanks to each of you reading this. Hope your 2016 is off to a wonderful start. We appreciate you so much. XOXO

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Maria Kubitz
With over twenty years in a successful marketing communications career at companies ranging from huge corporations like Hewlett-Packard to small startup environments with less than ten people, Maria has seen first-hand what works and what doesn't. In 2012, Maria launched a grief support website where her honest, heartfelt writing has helped more

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