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Adventure Retreat Leader is a resource for Coaches, Speakers, Authors and Writers, Educators, Practitioners, and all Heart- and Nature-Based Entrepreneurs and Professionals. We offer teleclasses, audios, guidebooks and coaching; all designed to help you lead Outings, Adventures and Retreats in nature as a profitable part of your business.

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Monday, September 29, 2014

The Retreats and Getaways SIG Meets October 2... Join Us!

The Retreats and Getaways SIG meets again on Thursday October 2, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Bridge Number: 712-432-0075/PIN 736148# Note: Different Number for this call only

Your host is Deb Martin of Portage Transition Coaching and Wilderness Adventures and Adventure Retreat Leader.

Deb's topic for this call will be Using Metaphors to Design Your Retreat Themes

Do you have a theme for your getaway or do you simply have a topic? Do you know the difference? How can you be clearer about your offering using a retreat theme? And just what is a theme? What are the 3 elements that comprise a retreat them? How do you express them? Do your participants understand what it is you are offering when you advertise your Retreat or Outing or Getaway or Adventure?

Join Adventure Coach Deb Martin in a one-hour brainstorming session designed to help you better understand what your retreat theme is and how you can express it through metaphors. Please bring your questions and your ideas as they related to what “Using Metaphors to Design Your Retreat Themes” means to you. Deb will share a few examples and then we’re ready to brainstorm about your Retreat Theme.

Deb Martin, Master Certified Coach and Professional Mentor Coach, integrates her coaching and her love of the wilds to offer what she calls Wilderness Adventure Coaching.

Additionally, Deb co-authors and delivers Adventure Retreat Leader Training to others who want to expand their businesses and take what they do best outside.
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