February Webinar: Inspirational Character Study with Christine Mason Miller

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Desire to Inspire: Inspirational Character Study
Hosted by Christine Mason Miller

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Starting Time: 1:00 P.M. Eastern Time
Price: FREE!

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About the Webinar

Inspired by Desire to Inspire stories and exercises created by Kate Swoboda, Penelope Dullaghan, Christine Castro Hughes, Christen Olivarez, and Carolyn Rubenstein.

This webinar will give participants the opportunity to learn more—via the exploration and examination of their favorite characters in literature and film—about the values and dreams most meaningful and important to them by working through a simple but fun, relatable and enlightening process (using nothing more exotic than paper, pen, index cards, collage papers and ephemera, glue sticks and scissors) intended to bring peace, clarity and inspiration.

With Christine by your side, you’ll build character studies around your favorite characters from books and film. You’ll focus on the traits that attract you to those characters and the situations and experiences that have influenced their personalities, with an eye to unlocking truths and wisdoms that you can apply to your own life. Christine will then offer suggestions for how to make those wisdoms an inspirational everyday part of your life, how they can “feed the soul.”

The webinar content is structured so participants can continue with and expand on their character study projects long after this special event is over.

This presentation, like our others, will wrap up with a Q&A session during which you’ll have an opportunity to ask Christine questions.

Everyone who registers for this event will receive:

• Suggestions and ideas for continuing to use character study as a means toward motivation and inspiration.
• A FREE recording of the webinar.
• An opportunity to order Christine’s book, Desire to Inspire (and other goodies!), through northlightshop.com at a special discount! (Discount code will be provided at the end of the session.)

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In the meantime, check out Tonia Davenport’s Desire to Inspire: Inspiration Deck blog post.

Learn a bit more about Desire to Inspire here.

Seating for this event is limited to 1,000 people. Registration does not guarantee you’ll get in, so sign in early the day of the event to claim your space. If you cannot attend live, you will still be able to watch a recording of the event, so register today!

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About Christine Mason Miller

Christine Mason Miller is a Santa Monica based writer and artist who has been creating, writing and exploring ever since she was a little girl. Her mission to inspire has provided the foundation for all of her creative work; the desire to encourage others to pursue their passions and create a meaningful life is the common thread throughout an expansive body of work that includes mixed media collage, commercial illustration, photography, writing, teaching and speaking.

Christine’s art and writing gives viewers a peek into a variety of details from her life, details that grab her attention on journeys around the world as well as within her own self. Using materials as varied as acrylic paints, ink, coffee, mannequins, vintage photographs and other ephemera, Christine’s creations are full of color, texture and hidden stories.

Her latest book ~ Desire to Inspire: Using Creative Passion to Transform the World ~ is now available on Amazon.com, NorthLightShop.com and at bookstores everywhere.

Learn more about Christine Mason Miller at christinemasonmiller.com.

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One Response to February Webinar: Inspirational Character Study with Christine Mason Miller

  1. Swirly says:

    Thank you again to everyone who joined us yesterday! I LOVED hearing all the quotes everyone came up with. If you feel inspired to share yours here in the comments, that would be great.

    I mentioned the film Band of Outsiders in yesterday’s webinar, which has a silent scene in it that I talked about. Here is a link to it: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057869/