This Month in The School of Bravery - September 2020

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Masterclasses & Events This Month:

How to Integrate Resistance to Find Alignment & Harmony

Group Coaching with Emily Ann Peterson
NEW DATE & TIME! September 8th at 2 pm Eastern / 1 pm Central / 11 am Pacific 
As we dive into this month's theme of FRICTION, we'll use this masterclass to identify the points of resistance we've been experiencing lately — personal resistance or cultural resistance. Using these points of friction, we'll explore ways to braid that momentum into your life, career, and creativity to find alignment and harmony. 

Submit your own questions and conundrums in advance and join your fellow students for some group coaching after!

Fighting the Good Fight: Asking Better Questions for Meaningful Productivity 

Group Coaching with Emily Ann Peterson
Sunday, September 27th at 1 pm Eastern / 12 noon Central / 10 am Pacific
A lifestyle, business, or career built on conflict-avoidance is easily one that also lives in the murkiness of undesirable mediocrity and/or melancholy. Yikes. That said, it takes some real guts to face the conflict of your avoidance, especially if you've never taken a good look at it before! This is what we'll do in this masterclass: take a good long look at some of the science of conflict and how to creatively move through it to get to meaningful productivity and deeper results from your courageous acts.

Submit your own questions and conundrums in advance and join your fellow students for some group coaching after!

 

Courageous Creative's Book Circle

Meeting weekly on Wednesdays at two times: 10 am Central & 7 pm Central (UTC-5).
Join fellow creative visionaries to adventure through Walking in This World: The Practical Art of Creativity — the sequel to Julia Cameron's 12-week cult classic, The Artist's Way. Group members received 12 weeks of group coaching and instruction by Emily Ann Peterson, songwriter & author of bestselling Bare Naked Bravery: How to Be Creatively Courageous. This book club is available as either an a la carte CLUB experience or included in the CORE & VIP enrollment. More info here.

 

Anti-Racism Book Circle

Meeting monthly on the 3rd Thursdays at two times: 10 am Central & 7 pm Central (UTC-5).
The School of Bravery is anti-racist and we host an invite-only Book Circle. Our book circle's three intentions are to hold each other accountable to the work of anti-racism, to listen to our unique perspectives, to change racism starting from within ourselves first. We do this because awareness leads to action, and action leads to change. If you'd like to join us, please send an email to hi@schoolofbravery.com 


Work Party & Accountability Group

Hosted by Erin Mae Lewis
Every Wednesday at 3pm Eastern / 2pm Central / 1pm Pacific
Join Erin Mae Lewis (performing artist, music educator, and guest faculty of The School Of Bravery) and your fellow students for a virtual video conference hang out to hold each other accountable to the current thing on your to-do list. Bring one task or project to work on for 1 hour. Show up ready to take action and help your fellow bravery students do the same!


Visibility Work Party

Hosted by Emily Ann Peterson
Tuesday, September 15th 3pm Eastern / 2pm Central / 1pm Pacific
Join your fellow students for our monthly publicity work party aimed at helping you get more publicity for your feats of bravery! It's a virtual video conference hang out to hold each other accountable for getting you booked on that podcast interview, guest blog post, performance, speaking engagement, workshop, etc! Bring one task or project to work on for 1 hour. Show up ready to take action and help your fellow bravery students do the same!


Write Your Way To Brave (a Creative Journaling Class)

Hosted by Emily Ann Peterson 
Wednesday, September 22nd at 8 pm Eastern / 7 pm Central / 5 pm Pacific
Join your fellow bravery students to explore this month’s bravery ingredient through the art of creative journaling! No, you do not have to “be a writer” to attend. No, this is not a “Dear Diary” class. We’ll be using prompts from Janet Haney and others to dive deeper into the layers of the ingredients of your personal bravery. Yes, please bring paper, pen or pencil, and the willingness to find out what surprises you! All writing abilities welcome!


WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU THERE FOR IT ALL!

~ Emily Ann & The School of Bravery Community


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