"Quick Wins" Workshop - 7:00-8:30pm
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

"Quick Wins" Workshop - 7:00-8:30pm

What's a "Quick Win"?

I like to compare a "Quick Win" to Michelangelo's "David". It was through small “quick wins”, his consistent “chipping”, that his beautiful creation was finally revealed. It certainly didn't happen overnight. Sometimes only tiny pieces of marble were delicately removed and then, all of a sudden, a slab of marble would fall off. It was definitely a slow and methodical process, but it was through these small “quick wins” that he was able to reach his bigger “win”, the statue David.

Where could you use a quick win?

Sometimes when we’re stuck and unable to reach our goals it is because the big win seems so BIG and unattainable that it ends up discouraging us. I am not sure who said this first, but it is like trying to eat an elephant, it is possible, one bite at a time. Doesn’t that feel more manageable? Where can you take your first bite?

November 20th, 2018 at Pixie Blue Studio

Time: 7PM – 8:30PM (arrive at 6:45PM)


Ann DeLuca www.steppingstonecoaching.ca - 647 269 7824

Get Clear. Get Confident. Get Going!


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"Quick Wins" Workshop - 7-8:30pm
Nov
13
7:00 PM19:00

"Quick Wins" Workshop - 7-8:30pm

What's a "Quick Win"?

I like to compare a "Quick Win" to Michelangelo's "David". It was through small “quick wins”, his consistent “chipping”, that his beautiful creation was finally revealed. It certainly didn't happen overnight. Sometimes only tiny pieces of marble were delicately removed and then, all of a sudden, a slab of marble would fall off. It was definitely a slow and methodical process, but it was through these small “quick wins” that he was able to reach his bigger “win”, the statue David.

Where could you use a quick win?

Sometimes when we’re stuck and unable to reach our goals it is because the big win seems so BIG and unattainable that it ends up discouraging us. I am not sure who said this first, but it is like trying to eat an elephant, it is possible, one bite at a time. Doesn’t that feel more manageable? Where can you take your first bite?

November 13th, 2018 at Pixie Blue Studio

Time: 7PM – 8:30PM (arrive at 6:45PM)


Ann DeLuca www.steppingstonecoaching.ca - 647 269 7824

Get Clear. Get Confident. Get Going!


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"Quick Wins" Workshop with Stepping Stone Consulting - 7:00-8:30pm
Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

"Quick Wins" Workshop with Stepping Stone Consulting - 7:00-8:30pm

 What's a "Quick Win"?  I like to compare a "Quick Win" to Michelangelo's "David". It was through small “quick wins”, his consistent “chipping”, that his beautiful creation was finally revealed. It certainly didn't happen overnight. Sometimes only tiny pieces of marble were delicately removed and then, all of a sudden, a slab of marble would fall off. It was definitely a slow and methodical process, but it was through these small “quick wins” that he was able to reach his bigger “win”, the statue David.    Where could you use a quick win?    Sometimes when we’re stuck and unable to reach our goals it is because the big win seems so BIG and unattainable that it ends up discouraging us. I am not sure who said this first, but it is like trying to eat an elephant, it is possible, one bite at a time. Doesn’t that feel more manageable? Where can you take your first bite?    November 6th, 2018 at Pixie Blue Studio    Time: 7PM – 8:30PM (arrive at 6:45PM)   Ann DeLuca  www.steppingstonecoaching.ca   - 647 269 7824   Get Clear. Get Confident. Get Going!

What's a "Quick Win"?

I like to compare a "Quick Win" to Michelangelo's "David". It was through small “quick wins”, his consistent “chipping”, that his beautiful creation was finally revealed. It certainly didn't happen overnight. Sometimes only tiny pieces of marble were delicately removed and then, all of a sudden, a slab of marble would fall off. It was definitely a slow and methodical process, but it was through these small “quick wins” that he was able to reach his bigger “win”, the statue David.

Where could you use a quick win?

Sometimes when we’re stuck and unable to reach our goals it is because the big win seems so BIG and unattainable that it ends up discouraging us. I am not sure who said this first, but it is like trying to eat an elephant, it is possible, one bite at a time. Doesn’t that feel more manageable? Where can you take your first bite?

November 6th, 2018 at Pixie Blue Studio

Time: 7PM – 8:30PM (arrive at 6:45PM)


Ann DeLuca www.steppingstonecoaching.ca - 647 269 7824

Get Clear. Get Confident. Get Going!

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