Identify, Clarify, and Honor Your Purpose


Resolution can mean determination, but it can also mean level of clarity. Getting clear on your purpose in life is a key factor in the happiness quotient. Getting clear is a great way to start the new year.

This workshop fosters personal and spiritual development by asking participants to discuss, define, and commit to living in to their promise in the world. This goes beyond vocation and personality traits to the core of why we’re here on the planet. The goal is to create a statement that identifies our desired presence in the world by blending our personal passion with a public perception of how we show up in life. When we’re able to reconcile these two, we can commit to living large and bringing ourselves fully to the world.

A discussion-based workshop

Participants listen to others and to themselves and respond with meaningful assessments of how life shows up around them. It's simple, and it's profound. It requires some stretching of the comfort zone, AND some willingness to put yourself out there in front of others. Not to worry: it's kind and supportive and surprisingly insightful!

$69 suggested donation


Thursday, Jan. 1st 2015 at 1-5pm

Drexel Drive at Rowan Street, Raleigh, NC, United States

Hosted in our home, with hot tea and munchies provided.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

About the Presenters

ANNELIES GENTILE & GREG WHITT practice transformative leadership and social change. It's based in the ancient wisdom traditions of the world. The focus is reconnection to the natural order of things, including our own nature, by taking a look at the bigger picture. Find them together at

Annelies knows creativity shifts our world. For more than 20 years she's been challenging and inspiring people to live and work at their best through mindful and positive practices. Annelies studied expressive arts at the European Graduate School and integrative coaching at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She is highly regarded as an AWESOMENESS COACH, intuitive, and conduit for change. Learn more at

Greg believes life is richer when we communicate, cooperate, and collaborate with one another and with the world around us. He facilitates programs that help people live, work, and play well together. Greg holds a graduate certificate in Transformative Leadership from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. He regularly leads interactive and inspirational programs for groups of 10 to 300 people. Learn more at