Tuesday, March 05, 2013
I and E: March 13th
Become Empowered at I&E’s March 13 Meeting Did you start the new year off with a bunch of exciting goals but now find yourself stuck? Or, do you have some personal and professional goals that you’d like to accomplish but don’t know where to turn? If this is the case, then Becky Schenk-Gonzales of Open New Doors may be able to help you. Becky holds Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) workshops several times a year where she teaches participants how to remove the roadblocks and stresses impeding their success. EFT is taught all over the world; recently, it was even introduced in Newtown, Conn., following the tragic events at Sandy Hook. More information about Open New Doors may be found at www.opennewdoor.com. Becky has been teaching EFT since 2000 and was trained under EFT founder Gary Craig. She has also published several children’s books and interactive video stories that teach EFT to younger audiences. Becky will be giving an EFT workshop to the Evansville Area Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, at Creekside Place, located at 102 Maple St., Evansville. This meeting is free and open to the public. After the presentation, everyone will have a chance to socialize and introduce themselves to the group. Caffeine-infused refreshments will also be on hand, courtesy of Kathi Kemp, Omar Lopez and Doug Swenson of Café Social, a purveyor of fine Colombian coffees that come directly from local family-owned farms in the Quindio province. Café Social coffees are picked by hand, not machine, to ensure that each bean is ripe. This ripeness adds a richer flavor to the final product. Café Social coffees are available at Evansville area stores, farmers’ markets and online at www.cafesocial.us. The I&E Club meets every second Wednesday of the month at Creekside Place. To find out more information, contact Sue Berg at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 882-0986. The I&E Club can also be found via Facebook and LinkedIn; on LinkedIn, go to the groups tab and click on Evansville Area Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club.
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