What is Chomp & Chat?
That’s a great question! Let me tell you a bit about it.
Like coaching, C&C is simple to describe but only meaningful to experience.
The description: A weekly video chat – 12:00-12:30 Eastern – each Wednesday with almost no format or preset topics. It’s a space for people who clearly have at least a little something in common (they all read my weekly newsletter so they’re interested in personal development and exploration) to connect with one another for whatever conversation arises.
Topics have run the gamut from fully professional to intensely personal, meaty as a rack of ribs to lighthearted as a helium balloon. Sometimes, folks bring food to chomp on while we chat.
There’s something about it that’s amazingly enlivening.
There’s something about it that’s deeply refreshing.
There’s something warm and fuzzy and fulfilling about that brief half hour each week.
As I said, though, to experience it is to understand it.
After that, you get my weekly newsletter packed with thought provocation from me and that I’ve found online, the occasional class or video or giveaway, and, of course, Chomp & Chat info. I’ll also send you an email every Wednesday morning with login instructions!
I’m excited to see you on Wednesday!
Should we talk?
Talk is cheap, and this time it’s free! We know a lot of people offer free consultations that are just long, painful sales presentations. That’s not what this is. Let’s just talk and test the fit, no strings attached.
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