The 12 Secrets of
Highly Successful Women: Part Two
with Gail McMeekin, LICSW
In Part Two of The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women, you will switch to a real nuts and bolts approach and work on action plans, success strategies that suit your business and creative style, generate prosperity, and deal with your personal obstacles. These are very significant hurdles for creative women as we have to de-program ourselves and develop new models that work for us and start to keep our promises to ourselves.
This class will utilize our private Facebook group to share materials and you will have an opportunity to get feedback on the projects that you are working on.
In this 4-week course work with Gail McMeekin to focus on your goals and action steps in alignment with your intuition and overcome your obstacles on your heartfelt path to success.
Who Should Attend?
Any woman who is ready to tap into her creative intuition and begin to develop an action plan or a unique heartfelt business plan that generates prosperity and fulfillment.
It is recommended that you complete Part One of this class, but it is not mandatory.
This will be an opportunity to get yourself into focused action on your creative project and process the obstacles that arise and develop a strategic plan just for you that will ensure your success. There will be lots of opportunities for group interactions.
What You'll Learn
Week 1. Develop Action Strategies That Work!
Week 2. Commit to your Muse and Your Intuition
Week 3. Crafting a Business Plan That Helps you to Grow Personally, Generates Prosperity, and Enhances Your Lifestyle
Week 4. Short-Circuit Self-Sabotage, Obstacles, and Failures
Dates & Tuition
Date & Time: This course is available now for immediate download!
What You’ll Get Out of the Course
You will get lots of exercises and experiences to help you to zero in on what you are trying to create in your life. You will develop action plans to help you to get on track and be accountable with your goals. You will learn some powerful exercises to strengthen your connection to your creative energy and your intuition that will help you to maintain your excitement and make wise decisions.
Creativity is about the freedom to experiment so you will learn how you best operate in your model and fine tune it. You will learn how women sabotage their creative work and how to negotiate for time and success. Part Two will help to strengthen your ability to focus on a project or direction, plan well, deal with mistakes and roadblocks swiftly, and get on the road to completion and joy!
Textbook for the Course
The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women by Gail McMeekin, which was recently selected by Library Journal one of the top 20 books by a small publisher in 2011-2012. Also, the beautiful Creativity Courage Cards with photographs and daily prompts at www.creativesuccess.com
The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: Part One course with Gail McMeekin through The en*theos Academy for Optimal Living
About Gail McMeekin, LICSW
Gail McMeekin is known as the Passionate Mentor to Creative Women and is the CEO of Creative Success, LLC in Boston. She is an expert on creative women and the best-selling author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women and The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women: A Portable Mentor with a new companion Journal The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal. She also penned The Power of Positive Choices: Adding and Subtracting Your Way to a Great Life which won the Living In Balance Award and the Creativity Courage Cards. Her work has been featured in the Sunday New York Times, Redbook, The Boston Globe, Health, Investor's Business Daily, and other national publications, and she is a frequent guest on radio and television. McMeekin holds an MSW from Boston University and a certificate in Human Resource Management from Bentley College and completed the coursework for the Coaches Training Institute. She is also completing her certification for Scientific Hand Analysis for Life Purpose. Visit her at creativesuccess.com
Praise for Gail McMeekin, LICSW
"What looks like a practical guidebook quickly reveals itself to be a fireworks display of inspiration and encouragement. In The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women, Gail McMeekin not only gives women a map toward clearer success for themselves; she also offers the wisdom of other women to reinforce her message that success hinges on heeding the voice of inspiration. She's let the cat out of the bag in her latest book: creativity is not only a part of success...it's the heart of success. Whatever part of the journey you're on, McMeekin's book will help you tune in, turn on, let go, and shine brighter in order to create the life that defines success for YOU."
– Mary Beth Maziarz, songwriter and author of Kick-Ass Creativity: An Energy Makeover for Artists, Explorers, and Creative Professionals
"Gail McMeekin is such a gift. Her 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women gets right to the loving heart of how women are redefining success and building lives that are wildly creative and creatively successful! I'll be recommending this book for many years to come."
– SARK, Succulent Wild Woman, PlanetSARK.com
"Gail McMeekin's new book on success secrets for creative women is even better than her first (which I loved)! She shares real stories of successful women--not just the glory but the details of how they got up from the falls, got past the slams and insults, and got through the fear. This book is a toolkit for the kind of success that comes straight from the soul." -Barbara Sher, New York Times bestselling author of I Could Do Anything If Only I Knew What It Was
"Reading The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women, you gradually discover the one real secret of a successful life: it is yours--and yours alone. You get to find and define it. You get to create it. You get to fall in love with it. And you get to live it on your own terms. That's exciting, yes, but daunting, too. Be not afraid. Between these covers, Gail McMeekin has distilled a rich array of wisdom from thirty brilliant and successful women and her thirty years of coaching experience into 12 essential ingredients. Take them, sift them, stir them into your own brilliant and successful life."
– Janet Conner, author of Writing Down Your Soul
"This book weds access to meaningful work and heart-based action with practical, actionable steps toward business fulfillment and success. With precision Gail calls out the chronic undermining elements in a woman's career and elevates the models for satisfaction and reward. She extracts the very best gems from her generous successful guides. It's a treasure box: open it." -Mary Anne Radmacher, author of Lean Forward into Your Life
"Gail has done it again. What a powerhouse of practical, inspiring stories. I have flagged, underlined, and highlighted many, many passages. You will be dipping into this wisdom for years to come. Buy it for yourself and for all your friends who wonder 'How does she do it?'"
– Jennifer Louden, author of the The Woman's Comfort Book and The Life Organizer
"The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women is a book for anyone who values the feminine perspective as an agent of change and healing upon the planet. Gail's creative inspiration to give voice to women, whose leadership is needed now more than ever, is pure genius."
– Brenda Michaels, radio talk show host, Conscious Talk
"Because it draws from the lives of successful women and because it identifies the strategies that any woman can employ to become more successful, Gail McMeekin's The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women is a must read!"
– Eric Maisel, author of Coaching the Artist Within
Gail McMeekin is known as the Passionate Mentor to Creative Women and is the CEO of Creative Success, LLC in Boston. She is an expert on creative women and the best-selling author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women and The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women: A Portable Mentor with a new companion Journal The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal. Visit her at creativesuccess.com. Learn more about Gail McMeekin, »