Time Management on Purpose

Monday, October 5, 2020 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

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We receive so many prompts about what to do; fulfill this job requirement, meet these family obligations, do whatever the surrounding culture asks of us.  This Day Apart calls us to step back from the prompts and choose what to do in sync with who we really are.

In this interactive, reflective time we alternate between awakening awareness of our particular life purpose and practicing strategies to bring that purpose into our daily world.

Each person comes to life purpose differently.  Some explore what freely comes to mind, what they do every day.  Others dig deep, uncovering patterns that have persisted over the years.  Some people know exactly what they’re meant to do.  Others try out many paths, continuing to learn, uncover, and explore.

The time management techniques we’ll use center on the ABCs of sustainability – managing Attention, Boundaries, and Choices – to bring forth your individuality.  
 

About the leader(s)

Pam Kristan

Pam Kristan, author of Awakening in Time: Practical Time Management for Those on a Spiritual Path, has been teaching and consulting in spiritually oriented time-management since the late 80s.  She moderated speak-outs for National Take Back your Time Day.  In the early 90s she ran the adult spiritual education program at The Paulist Center in downtown Boston where she produced such series as Sunday/Monday: Integrating Work and the Spiritual Life.  She practices an eclectic spirituality drawing on text-based and earth-centered traditions.  Contact her at www.pamelakristan.com.