Seeing Red Cars- Having a Positive Attitude


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Seeing Red Cars  training workshop with DVD is hosted by trainer/consultant Laura Goodrich.  Seeing Red Cars offers a fun way to practice focusing on what we DO want instead of focusing on what we Don't want in life and work.  Learn how to help people change and turn damaging thoughts and behaviors in a positive direction. The result is a mindset that collectively drives innovation and leads to adaptive change
 
This light-hearted program provides real examples of achieving including marathon runner Cliff Young and his winning  "Shuffle". Focusing with purpose on what we do want  versus on what we don't want.  If we confuse our focus,  we sometimes just get want we don't really want instead of what we DO want and achieving positive results. Help your organization combat negativity!


Training kit includes DVD (10 minutes) with Training Guide, Self Study Guide, PowerPoint Presentation, Transcript and Printable Handouts.

 

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