03-19-20 Play Your Bigger Game with Rick Tamlyn
Internationally recognized thought leader and Hay House author Rick Tamlyn will present Play Your Bigger Game.
Rick will share his Bigger Game methodology, a tool that inspires leaders worldwide to get out of their comfort zones and create intentional positive change.
Tamlyn believes that if you focus on your “Bigger Game,” rather than on achieving bigger goals, a dramatic shift will occur. If you align with this thinking, you can experience dramatic game-changing results.
Reminiscent of a simple tic-tac-toe board, the Bigger Game was designed from the premise that life itself is a game that we get to make up as we go. And if life is a game, then why not play one that excites, fulfills, and challenges you to fully express your talents and creativity?
The Bigger Game has caught the eye of Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, churches, groups, and individuals around the world. At its core, The Bigger Game helps you find your compelling purpose. It’s an innovative model that guides you to create a set of circumstances that will intentionally design who you want to become.
About Rick Tamlyn:
Rick Tamlyn inspires people to be their best.
In 2001, Rick co-created The Bigger Game: a tool that inspires people from all walks of life to get out of their comfort zones and invent the lives they want. He is the author of Play Your Bigger Game: 9 Minutes to Learn, A Lifetime to Live (Hay House).
Rick is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and a Master Certified Coach (MCC) as designated by the International Coach Federation (ICF), and is a senior trainer for The Coaches Training Institute.
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