Coming together for one exciting day, skilled, competent leaders are being given the opportunity to write, produce, direct and star in the life they’ve always imagined for themselves. These leaders are transforming their own unique hero’s journey into an action packed, thrill seeking feature film.
In this production, the main character (the person writing the script) has the power to design exactly how he or she would like their cinematic adventure to be successfully fulfilled. When designing your cinematic journey think about the platform that will instill life into your character and the world in which he or she will live in. Who would you transform your character into? Where would you go? How would get there? Who or what would stop you from fulfilling your journey? How would you overcome obstacles? Who would offer you guidance? What would your life look and feel like? What mark will you leave?
The stars in this course will have all the creativity, imagination, intelligence, thoughtfulness, ingenuity and charisma evoked by your most beloved leading man or woman. With these unique qualities, you will be given the opportunity to create and design your life’s story into an award-winning feature film, in which the starring character is the role you know you were born to play. Using the template of Joseph Campbell’s A Hero’s Journey, you will map out the journey of your life and come away empowered with a new vision for your future.
Now is the time to get properly aligned with your life’s calling. Take your destiny out of the shadows of doubt and insecurity and begin the adventure that passionately ignites your soul and will soon ignite the souls of others.
Join Eric Saperston, creator of the award winning film The Journey, and Mike Pniewski, veteran actor and co-star of Law & Order Criminal Intent, in this one of a kind workshop designed to help you align your higher calling with your career path.
For one day only, you will learn a wide range of tools, strategies, and techniques that will help you design an outstanding life, so an extraordinary living will follow.
One-Day ONLY, June 20, 2009, 10 am to 5 pm
For more information and to register, call 404-863-6768 or just reply to this email.
Do What You Love. Love What You Do.
“I think the purpose of life is to be useful, to be responsible, to be honorable, to be compassionate…
to stand for something, to have made some difference that you lived at all.” –Leo C. Rosten