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Claim Your Potential at 1440 Multiversity

Bryant McGill, Alanis Morissette, Dr. Shefali Tsabary, Seth Godin, and Martha Beck part of the 1440 Multiveristy Spring Line-up

Here’s a heads up about some very popular programs coming to 1440 in 2018, so that you can book your seat now before it’s too late.

APRIL EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO SCHEDULE CONFLICTS, BUT PLEASE DO CHECK OUT OTHER 1440 PROGRAMS

APRIL 27 – 29, 2018 — Become a freedom fighter in your own life. Join Bryant McGill, celebrated thought leader and human-potential pioneer, for a weekend of purpose and passion. Get ready to accept your unlimited inner strength and empower your unique mission on this planet — to be yourself. Overcome self-sabotage, let go approval-seeking insecurity, and awaken untapped leadership that the world desperately needs.

What does it mean to be enough? What would it be like to once and for all let go of the people-pleasing and approval-seeking and to resist the story that being “good” is the only way to receive acceptance and affection?

Join Bryant McGill, activist and human-potential pioneer, to become a freedom fighter in your own life. Accompanied by his “co-creating” partner, Jenni Young McGill, Bryant will guide you to a deeper possibility that you are not only enough, but that your unique journey, no matter how painful, has prepared you to receive and to give rare value that only you can give.

In this empowering weekend workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Become a master of “negativity-judo” and sidestep painful judgments and criticisms
  • Overcome self-sabotage, negative self-talk, and being your own worst enemy
  • Embrace the virtue of properly allocated selfishness and develop the courage to stand in your truth with proper boundaries, once and for all
  • Be disruptive enough to attain your freedom, but not so disruptive that you become bitter or cause collateral damage

Integrate your shadow, your darkness, and embrace your dualities so as to live in a “not-watered-down,” full-spectrum spirituality and create lasting positive change in your daily life.

This workshop is about accepting the mantle of your real power and calling, allowing your delicate transcendental beauty and your ferocious inner steel to come together and empower your unique mission on this planet — to be yourself. It is also an opportunity to take inventory of your hidden strengths, learn new skills, and build them into leadership the world so desperately needs.

APRIL EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO SCHEDULE CONFLICTS, BUT PLEASE DO CHECK OUT OTHER 1440 PROGRAMS

WHAT IS A MULTIVERSITY?

We believe the deepest learning happens when we nurture and awaken all aspects of ourselves. A multiversity is a place designed to encourage and invite this process to unfold in each of us—on relational, emotional, somatic, intellectual, and spiritual levels.

“Bringing together so many diverse disciplines under one roof in an environment where you have access to an amazing natural landscape; incredible, healthy food; and a vast curriculum from leadership to creativity to art to yoga to personal development – that’s a place where people really can thrive.”

– Albert Flynn DeSilver, Poet

THE VISION

Learning to be in strong, meaningful, and authentic relationships – with ourselves, with each other, and with the world around us – is the most important work we can do. The goal of 1440 Multiversity is to help each of us craft and live more integrated lives – both personally and professionally.

CLICK TO LEARN ABOUT THE CAMPUS AND FACULTY

A GIFT FROM 1440

As a bonus, 1440 has included Martha Beck’s latest interview with 1440: “Using Fear to Propel Your Life.” (There are fewer than 10 spots left for her February program. Don’t wait too long to grab yours!)

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Bryant McGill

Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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