Invite Your Community

What if your clients, colleagues, friends, and family had these tools?

What would it be like to create the ontological space with those closest to you?
We would love to have them in an upcoming course!

The continued success of our work depends on word-of-mouth referrals from alumni like you. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your support!
Check more course information and details here.

Here are step-by-step instructions to:

Invite your community
Invite your organization

Invite your community

Step 1: Share your “before & after” story.

Sharing your personal “before & after” will enable someone else to see what they could get out of the course. You need only share what you are taking away for yourself, rather than trying to explain the process or curriculum.

Step 2: Share why you thought of them.

Your desire to invite someone comes from seeing some possibility for how the course could benefit their life. By sharing this possibility from your heart to theirs, you create an opportunity for them to see if they’d like to participate.

Step 3: Invite them to take a next step.

Ask them if they’d like to learn more. See them through the Green Lens as you invite them. They can:

A) Watch Maria’s TEDx talk

In her 13-minute talk, Maria shares the heart of this work: A simple path to a life well-lived, based on shifting our attention from our worries to the contribution we are here to make. Watch it here:

B) Learn more about the course itself

They can learn all about the course, who it is for, what they will get from attending, and all other details here.

Here is the link to share about the course on Facebook.

C) Schedule a 30-minute chat with one of our Senior Coaches

If someone you are talking to has questions about the course, have them chat with one of us. In this chat, we’ll support them to see for themselves if this course is a good fit for them. We promise to take good care of them. They can schedule a chat with us here.

Sample Invitations

Sample Social Media Post

I attended this course and I can’t recommend it highly enough. > Check it out here.

Sample Invitation Email

TO: Your friend
SUBJECT: Thought of you — check this out

There’s a great course coming up, and I thought of you. > Here’s how you can join.

Here’s a snippet from the website to give you a sense of it: “A 4-day intensive for purpose-driven people ready to master their internal stopping points, make their unique contribution to life, and empower others to do the same.”

It’s made a huge difference for me personally. [SHARE THE BENEFITS/RESULTS YOU’VE GOTTEN]


If you’re interested, I’d love to chat — or you can talk with someone from the organizing team (I included them here).

Let me know what you think!

Invite your organization

Inviting your organization to the course is a great way to spread the impact of this work in the world — and to create the organizational culture within which you yourself would love to work. If there is any way we can support you in your efforts, please contact us!

Step 1: Set up an initial conversation

  1. Whom would be the first person for you to speak with about investing in the course as a professional development opportunity?
  2. Whenever possible, an in-person conversation tends to be the most productive first step.
  3. If you see it will be helpful, you can share the webpage with them in advance: more information can be found here.

Step 2: Have a conversation to explore the possibility

  1. The purpose of this initial conversation is for your colleague to see if investing organizational money and time in the course is a possibility worth exploring.
  2. In preparing for the conversation, ask yourself: What could they most benefit from hearing about the course, so they could assess whether it is a fit?
  3. Look for yourself at the benefits you envision out of having your organization attend the course, and focus the conversation around the vision you see.
  4. Regarding the financial investment, feel free to share about our suggested sliding scale pricing, as well as our Guest Pass program.
    Thanks to the Guest Pass program, your organization will essentially receive a 50% discount on all tuition fees — for example, sending 10 people for the price of 5.
  5. For inspiration, here is our webpage for organizations which articulates what we see to be the return on investment for them.

Step 3: Make an email introduction with us

If your organizational point of contact sees this is a possibility worth exploring, send an email introduction connecting them and Greg Reinauer, our Director of Enrollment (, and we will be happy to speak with them further!

Questions? Contact:

Greeg Reinauer, Director of Enrollment