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DEPRESSION: The Divine Comedy

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DEPRESSION: The Divine Comedy

Time: July 7, 2009 from 10am to 11pm
Location: Your very own telephone
Website or Map: http://fullyexpressedpreviewc…
Phone: 916-294-0035
Event Type: preview, call
Organized By: Jenifer Novak Landers
Latest Activity: Jul 2, 2009

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DEPRESSION: The Divine Comedy
FREE Preview Call
Why wallow in depression when you can dance with it?

Tuesday, July 7th, 10am-11am Pacific Time

This free call is packed with humor and inspiration! We will lay the foundation for Jenifer’s life-changing teleclass that starts July 14th. Most people experiencing depression are highly creative, delightfully brilliant, and open to new frontiers in self-awareness. Join us and connect with this part of yourself as we “get up off the couch!”

* Exclaim with glee, “THANK YOU, depression! A gift for ME?”
* Dress in the silver lining of your cloud.
* Make FUN out of your “story” and get your own personal joke.
* Learn tools you can use NOW to step out and bounce back. . .

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Bring your own “Happy Meal” – see you on the call!

“Laugh Your Way Out!”
Jenifer uses a unique combination of humor, storytelling, guided meditations and powerful coaching methods, making her material both practical and entertaining. She provides time-tested strategies for transformation and delivers positive results. Register today!

“Now I can “chill-out” around my depressed feelings, rather than resisting with all my might. I am celebrating myself in a new way which is A LOT more fun.” J.D, Music Teacher

Jenifer Novak Landers Certified Professional Coach
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