Business women to learn how to use Law of Attraction

Do you want more time, more money, a new job, a new relationship?

Lauren MacLauclan

Do you want more time, more money, a new job, a new relationship?

Research has proven that those who know what they want usually get it… and more.

Lauren MacLauclan is a Certified Law of Attraction Coach, Speaker and Facilitator. Starting out as a Registered Nurse, she went on to study nutrition, and promoting nutritional and natural health products while raising a family. Her continuing passion for people and her desire to understand the human condition more adequately, led her to complete a BA in Psychology from the University of Victoria. It was at this point that she realized she wanted to be involved in a deeper process — that she wanted to contribute to society in a more meaningful way.

Years of research about living on purpose resulted in her designing and presenting seminars on the purpose-driven life. Her seminars contain a huge section on the Law of Attraction.

Why? To be able to share the magic and power of the law with others so that they can improve and enhance their lives in all ways.

During the seminar you will learn a four step formula that will give you all of the tools, strategies and scripts that you will need to tap into the Law of Attraction on purpose so that you can use it to attract more deeply rewarding, happy and satisfying lives.

Join the Campbell River Business & Professional Women’s Network on February 22, 2010 at the Royal Coachman Carriage House to learn how to use the Law of Attraction – deliberately – so that you may attract to your life exactly what you want, and live a more deeply rewarding and satisfying life. Tickets are $30 for members and $35 for guests. As always, men are welcome.

To reserve contact Corinne at RSVP@bpwn.org by Thursday Feb. 18. You can now pay in advance at www.bpwn.org by clicking on the Book On Line button. Let them know of any dietary concerns or allergies. Cancellations must be received by Feb. 19 or you will be billed for your dinner.

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