You might as well be a detective
Hold a spot for the next Habits Detective salon here (no cost)
How it works
Next class date: tba
You’ll want to sign up even if you can’t make the call, to get the recording.
And also to be eligible to come to future classes.
Not to mention access to the entire recording archive, all the way back to May 2007!
Havi + Selma.
Because then everything is interesting.
Noticing, observing, allowing everything to be potentially significant. Useful.
It helps you figure out why your stucknesses work the way they do. It creates focus. It demands mindfulness. Deguiltified mindfulness.
You know how sometimes you learn stuff about yourself that you’d really rather not know? Okay, maybe that’s just me.
But when you’re in detective mode you get to say: “Aha! A clew.”
You’re always on the case.
Like Philip Marlowe, only hell-bent on the path of internal investigation and figuring shit out. And even when you’re off-duty, you’re on-duty.
Your mission should you choose to accept it . . .
Selma and I are doing this bohemian salon thing where we talk about stuff related to non-cheesy self-inquiry and working on your stuff. You can sign-up in the sidebar if you like.
What’s a teleclass?
Funny you should ask…
Is there protocol for joining a bohemian salon?
You wouldn’t think there would be, but you can read about that here.
Will I get a recording?
Sign up in the sidebar and we’ll email you the mp3 recording after the call.
How many people will be on the call?
We usually get a few hundred people signing up, and typically about half of them on the call itself. We also have the Chattery (that’s the chat room) for extra fun, and sometimes the madness spills out into the Twitter bar as well.
Will signing up put me on your marketing list?
No. Because I stopped having one a few years ago.
It will get you the recording to this class, access to the Habits Detective recording archive, and possibly an invite to the next one about a year from now. That’s it.