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WHAT: A 1-hour teleseminar with Alan Seid. Learn or refresh your Nonviolent Communication skills to improve your family relationships.

WHEN: Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 11am US Pacific Time (PST)

WHY: Are you interested in improving your family relationships?
This teleseminar will help you with the skills to create positive interactions between you and those closest to you.
– speak your truth so that it is more likely to be received compassionately
– listen so that others open up to you
– stay self-connected even through the toughest interactions

HOW: Simply register below! This teleseminar is FREE!

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Alan Seid (pronounced “side”) works with changemakers who are committed to making a bigger difference in the world as well as to their personal growth and development, but who also struggle knowing how to manifest their vision.
Alan holds a university degree in Sustainability — the long-term health and vitality of people and communities in economy, ecology, and culture.
For more than 20 years, Alan has immersed himself in learning, integrating, and teaching powerful best-practices for personal development and sustainable living. As a seminar leader, facilitator, coach, and special events speaker, his clients have included individuals, couples, and families, as well as organizations and institutions that span the nonprofit, government, business, and academic sectors. Alan is known internationally as a fun, knowledgeable, and engaging presenter, with thousands of online subscribers in over 40 countries and clients in 4 continents.
Among his credentials, Alan is a Certified Trainer in Nonviolent Communication. He also holds a certificate in Permaculture Design, which he practices on 25 acres in the foothills of Mt Baker where he lives in community with others.
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