• Özlem Özkan

Transformation and Growth Workshop (A summer project)

[If you know a friend in need of a worthy transformational summer project, please share with them…]

Are you hoping to start your own business or switch careers? Do you want to move to another country? Do you have a desire to build an abundant life? Over the course of four weeks you can transform and grow around that. And no one can stop you.

I am pleased to invite you to consider a new workshop ‘The Transformation and Growth Workshop’, open to a hand-picked group of people this summer, starting June 7. A virtual program, available wherever there’s a laptop and an internet connection.

The idea: This Transformation and Growth Workshop is a structured 4-week self-development program where you can spend 30 minutes to 2 hours daily. During the workshop you will transform and grow in an area you care about.

People often ask me how I have transformed towards my goals. The answer is simply ‘I do the work’. And that's why I have developed The Transformation and Growth Workshop, for those who would like to 'do the work'. In a cohort you will learn with each other and transform and grow in an area you care about.

Throughout the program, we’ll be teaching you useful techniques, challenging you to invent new ones, and most of all, connecting you with other students who are going where you’re going. This online workshop will take a commitment (30 minutes to 2 hours a day), yet will allow you to work at your own pace. If you put in the time, you’ll earn the body of work you’ll end up creating.

Send an email to ozlem@ozkanozlem.com to receive more information or just register.

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