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Author Tama Kieves to Lead Unleashing Your Calling Workshop, April 3rd

Tama Kieves, author of ‘This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love,’ will be in town on Sunday, April 3, to offer Unleashing Your Calling, a workshop she personally developed to address the overwhelming popular response to her best-selling book.

Held from 12:30-2:30 p.m. at the Center for Spiritual Living (662 Eagle Rock Ave.), participants can anticipate an afternoon of mentorship, breakthrough exercises, and an optional post-workshop support group, all delivered with Tama's signature style of warmth, wit, humor and compassion.

Unleashing Your Calling was designed with three key goals in mind:

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1) Help individuals identify their true life's work,

2) Help individuals get past the fears that hold them back

3) Ignite career transformation within to allow individuals to step into their unparalleled work in this world.

Investment for the workshop is just $20. Registration is available now online at or by calling 973-669-1900.

An honors graduate of Harvard Law School, Tama left her corporate law practice to write and to embolden others to live their most meaningful self expression. Now a sought-after career coach and author, Tama has helped thousands of individuals world-wide to live their creative dreams. Her dynamic work has been featured on T.V., radio, and in national publications. She regularly presents at facilities such as Canyon Ranch and the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, and is on the faculty of the world-renowned Omega Institute. To learn more about Tama and view her international events calendar, visit  

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