Theme for October 29th: "What Are Your Cravings Really Telling You?"
Cravings tend to get a bad rap. The usual thinking is that they represent impulse driven, on the surface, and/or quick fix choices. Or, they are an indication of urges you cannot control - like for certain, unhealthy foods, or a purchase that is unplanned and too expensive. There are cravings like these. But they are not the ones I'm interested in us talking about and exploring at this month's dinner - our last for the 2018 season.
Instead, I want us to dive into the thing you desire that resides deep down within your soul. Maybe it's emotional. Or, of a financial nature; pertains to your career; is connected to your health; or something else?
Whatever it is you crave, that is what we're going to focus on during October's dinner. Specifically, we will tap into the:
- Important message behind what you crave because it often tells what is lacking or needs attention in your life, or both
- Price your craving requires of you, and whether you're willing to pay it as often as you need to
- Journey your craving is asking you take
I am crazy enough to believe that (re)connecting with what you crave can help you experience more magic in your life. And, we all could use a bit magic in our lives right about now, eh?!
Please note: The restaurant is in midtown nearby all major transportation hubs (Penn Station, Port Authority and Grand Central). Also, I have a special co-host for this dinner, wellness expert. Alexandra (Alex) Jamieson. Click here to learn more about Alex.
And, did you see the profile of the dinners on Reuters?! Chris Taylor did an excellent job capturing all that makes these evenings special. Check it our here!
Here's What You Get
Stimulating and thought-provoking conversation about this month's theme
Ideas about strategy, tactics, best practices and tools to help you think, live and choose better (however you define "better")
An expanded personal and professional network
New mindset and habit practices to help raise your financial and emotional IQ
...and a damn good meal (fyi: restaurant details will be provided in your confirmation/notification email)
"The Comfort Circle™ is…well, very comforting! and sparking something lasting and important."
"This was a very informative discussion. Jacquette encourages dialogue while moderating with insight and authority."
"I've attended several Comfort Circle™ dinners because they help keep me grounded. Plus, they have helped me erase the shame and guilt associated with irresponsible financial behaviors."