BarbaraWinter webIf you read Barbara Winter’s best-selling book, Making a Living Without a Job, or visit her website and blog, you will quickly see that two of her least favorite words are “can’t” and “shouldn’t.” She frequently reminds us that the entrepreneurial spirit is all about exorcising those two words from your vocabulary and instead, trusting your instincts to do what you feel passionate about no matter how crazy it sounds or seems at first. In her own words:

But, of course, passion…often has us doing things we never imagined we could do—or would do.

Whether that passion is for music, art, cars, food, gardens, social justice or any one of a thousand other things, ultimately passion invites us to become more, to do more, to be more. Eventually those enthusiasms infiltrate other areas of our lives.

If you feel the stirrings of a passionate dream, join Barbara on March 6 & 7 for her most inspiring and energizing seminars and find out how you can make those dreams your everyday reality:
Friday, March 6, 2015, 1:30-: I Hate Marketing! Practical Ideas for the Marketing Phobic!

Some people love marketing, but many self-employed people find it to be drudgery. Barbara is a font of knowledge on creative, interesting ways to market that don’t really feel like marketing at all. Take this seminar and learn her secrets and ideas.

Friday, March 6, 2015, 6-9pm: Establish Yourself as an Expert

Why is it that some people make a fortune off their great idea or product, but others who have equally good ones languish unknown and unrewarded? You are an expert at what you do–find out how to let the world know about it.

Saturday, March 7, 2015, 9am-12pm: Making a Living Without a Job:

Barbara Winter literally wrote the book, Making a Living Without a Job, on finding a way to live and thrive outside the confines of traditional employment. You can buy the book (and you should) and read it cover to cover, but there is nothing like seeing her talk about these ideas in person. A funny, kind, generous speaker, Barbara never disappoints and always inspires with this talk.