Peak Prosperity Annual Weekend Seminar: May 4-6, 2018

Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Mon, Jan 1, 2018 - 8:17pm

NOTE:

This event is now Sold Out.
 
But, if you wish to be placed on the waiting list should a spot open up between now and May, please click here to let us know.
For the past 10 years, we've held our annual seminar on the east coast, in the wilds of rural Massachusetts.
 
This year, however, due to popular demand to offer the experience on the west coast, we're happy to announce our 2018 seminar will take place in Sebastopol, California, in the heart of wine county.
 
 
Our seminar model is extremely well-developed, having been honed over the past decade. It combines teachings, breakouts, and exercises that deliver both critical insights and actionable ideas. 
 
BUT, we're going to be introducing a number of new improvements/enhancement/surprises this year. You can listen to Chris & Adam give a brief overview of what to expect by clicking the image below:
2018 seminar promo
 
Specifically, this year's seminar will offer:
  • The latest view through the Crash Course "Three E" framework from Chris on what global developments are most likely to come next
  • Understanding (and accepting) the coming wealth transfer, with active discussions of which assets will provide the best protection
  • Why developing Resilience today is the best investment of your energies for securing the best future for yourself and those you care about
  • How to develop Resilience using The 8 Forms of Capital (we give specific recommendations here)
  • Techniques for sharing difficult information with others
  • Emotional Resilience and helping to align spouses with their reluctant partners.
  • A personalized action plan to increase your prosperity
  • The skills needed to create a sustainable income that you own & can depend on
  • Meeting excellent other like-minded people who share your views
  • Private, free-of-charge access to our endorsed financial advisers

AND... this year's seminar will see in-person appearances by a number of experts who have been featured on the PeakProsperity.com website over the years. 

So far, we have the following folks lined up to join us live:

...and we have several more experts likely to commit before May.

Plus, the connections made at these conferences have lasted between participants for years and are another significant benefit of the experience. Having the chance to engage with other highly successful people on these topics in a safe environment is the greatest value the weekend delivers for many participants.

In short, the goal of the seminar is for you to return home with peace of mind, knowing that you're equipped to meet the future head-on. And prosper in it.
 
To join us for this year's seminar, click the blue button below to register:
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Folks who register before February 1 will receive our early-bird discount price of $400 per person.
 
Registrations made after January 31 will be $450 per person.
 
Lodging
Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.
 
The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:
 

Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

AirBnB has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in besides Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville and Monte Rio.

Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

Getting Here

As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It's only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That's a smaller airport, though, so you'll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic -- especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

Things To Do In Sonoma County

There's a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There's an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer, and outdoor activities.

Just a few of the highlights include:

So for those who bring spouses and children with you -- don't worry! They won't be bored! In fact, they'll thank you for bringing them here!

To join us for this year's seminar, click the blue button below to register:
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Event Details
Date: 
Friday, May 4, 2018 - 12:00pm EDT - Sunday, May 6, 2018 - 3:00pm EDT
Location: 
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S High St
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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Cost: 

$400 early-bird price (before Feb 1), $450 general price (after Feb 1)

Contact Information
Name: 
Adam Taggart
Phone: 
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Include the audio description

You should include access to the first 8 minutes of your "Off The Cuff: Is This The Blow-off" where Chris and Adam describe the event.  Edit off that discussion in to a new file and add a link on this page.

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Good idea, Rich -- will do

Good idea, Rich.

Will make that happen in the next hour.

tx!

A

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Dang my luck!

The frau wants to take a vacation back to Sacramento this summer to see family but we got to wait until the kids are out of school mid-May.  Too bad the seminar is not three weeks later.

You folks ever going to stop in fly-over country some time?  Maybe Omaha, KC, Minneapolis, or even Iowa?  

 

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Huh.....

Strangely, the event times seem to be listed in HST- Hawaii Standard Time?- in the Event Details section.  What are the days and times in local times for the gatherings?  Or is that just my computer trying to think for me?  Might just have to make a trip back home.....Aloha, Steve

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Times

Think that's your browser time zone setting trying to "help" you, Steve.

The times here in California, where the seminar will take place are:

  • Start: Friday May 4 at 9am (PST)
  • End: Sunday May 6 at noon (PST)

Will be great if you can make it!

cheers,
A

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Mendocino Grain Project

Adam,

Not sure if you have heard of this yet.  Doug has started an interesting project.  I know grains don't really fit with our diet, but his type of knowledge might be interesting to some of the members. I spoke with him last year, and he was interested in finding land to grow grains on.    http://mendocinograin.net/about/       

He might be interested in coming just to see what peak prosperity is about.

 

Man sure hope I can make it to this.  I just sent my wife to the coast for her birthday with her sisters, and mother for the weekend.  If I would have known this, I would have bought a boxed cake mix, and invited some friends over.  ;)

Hope to see you there,

Bill

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The Podcast Sold Me

Nice description of the Annual Seminar....great to see it coming to Sebastopol. Will be attending with my wife and looking forward to meeting some of your guest speakers.  Count us in for the Singing Frogs tour also..that was great last time.  Is this going to the be more like the Advanced Course?

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Thank you!

I appreciate you guys planning and notifying us about dates so early.  I have to plan my travel life very far ahead so this is great that you are letting us know many months out.  Please try to keep doing that.  

Thanks!

Karen

 

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Schedule for the Seminar

Here's the schedule for our upcoming seminar in Sebastopol.

Note: this is subject to change. But nearly all of these elements are locked down. Return to this as the event draws closer, as this is the most current version of the agenda.

THURSDAY, MAY 3 -- NIGHT

  • 6-8:30pm -- Informal meet & greet: this will be a totally optional gathering for folks already in town. We've reserved space at a local pub for those who have already arrived to mingle for a bit. We'll have some finger food but you'll have to buy your own drinks. Very casual and NOT mandatory. Location: Crooked Goat Brewery, 120 Morris Street, Sebastopol CA. We have the Lounge reserved in the back (you'll be able to easily find us.)

FRIDAY, MAY 4 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Registration: arrive at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts venue (282 S High St, Sebastopol, CA), get your name tag, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-9:30am -- Welcome & Orientation
  • 9:30-10:45am -- Current state of the Three Es #1: the latest data on where we are in this story
  • 10:45-11am -- Break
  • 11-noon -- Current state of the Three Es #2: more of the latest data on where we are in this story
  • Noon-1:30pm -- Lunch break: Folks are on their own for lunch, but there are lots of local eateries within walking distance. We strongly recommend pairing up with any new friends you've made during the morning session.
  • 1:30-3:30pm -- The Economy: Deep dive into the biggest economic/financial risks with guest expert Charles Hugh Smith. Will also include discussion of the solutions we most need to pursue right now, at both the societal and individual levels.
  • 3:30-4pm -- Break + CHS book signing: get to meet the man you've heard/read so frequently on PP.com and taste samples of sustainably-raised meats compliments of Victorian Farmstead
  • 4-6pm -- Energy & Environment: Deep dive into the biggest resource-related risks with guest expert Richard Heinberg of the Post Carbon Institute. Will also include discussion of the solutions we most need to pursue right now, at both the societal and individual levels.
  • 6pm -- End of seminar Day 1 'official' program

FRIDAY, MAY 4 -- NIGHT

As with lunch, folks will be on their own for dinner. There are many great restaurants in walking distance of the seminar venue.

But...we'll also have optional events that night that folks can join in if they want to:

  • 6:30-7:30pm -- Private Tour of Organic Distillery: for those interested, we've arranged a private tour for up to 40 folks at Spirit Works, one of the country's only 100% organic 'grain to glass' distilleries (in walking distance from the venue). Fascinating process, beautiful copper still, excellent product -- fun tasting experience (gin, vodka, whiskey). Price: $10/person.
  • 7-9pm -- Farm-To-Table Dinner with Seminar Speakers: 35 folks will join Chris, Adam, Charles Hugh Smith, Axel Merk, John Rubino, Wolf Richter, Richard Heinberg and Davefairtex for a 4-course dinner at Zazu. Price: $150/person. (event now sold out) 
  • 9-10pm+ -- Socializing: Anyone who wants to can gather for drinks after dinner and get to know each other better. Location: Crooked Goat Brewery (meet in the main room -- we won't have the Lounge reserved this time)

SATURDAY, MAY 5 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Arrive: arrive at venue, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-10:45am -- Resilience/8 Forms of Capital: Enough of the problems, let's get into what you can do about them
  • 10:45-11am -- Break: tour of the Art Center's sustainable landscaping initiative by April Owens of The Habitat Corridor Project
  • 11-noon -- Living Capital (health): Health, nutrition, fitness, sleep and stress management best practices from Ryan Parker and Tiana Kraus.
  • Noon-1:30pm -- Lunch break: There are lots of local eateries within walking distance. We strongly recommend pairing up with any new friends you've made.
  • 1:30-2:45pm -- Living Capital (systems): Paul & Elizabeth Kaiser of Singing Frogs Farm share the practices that have made their farm one of the most successful sustainable farms in the world
  • 2:45-3pm -- Break
  • 3-4pm -- Social Capital: best practices for building community. Guest appearance by Santa Rosa Fire Chief Tony Gossner who will share the best/worst outcomes of the recent Sonoma County fires
  • 4-6pm -- Emotional Capital: guest expert and Gottman-trained therapist Mike Basta will offer science-proven practices for such key topics as dealing with a reluctant partner, how to deal with resistance when sharing this material with others, dealing with the stress/isolation around this material
  • 6pm -- End of seminar Day 2 'official' program

SATURDAY, MAY 5 -- NIGHT

Again, we'll have optional events that night that folks can join in if they want to. But if you'd rather head out somewhere else on your own, that's fine, too:

  • 6:00-7:00pm -- Crash Course 10th Anniversary Celebration:  The first video of The Crash Course was publicly released in May 2008. We'll mark the anniversary with cake & ice cream.
  • 7-9pm+ -- Dinner: Our treat! We'll walk to a nearby brewpub to enjoy Mexican food (it is Cinco de Mayo, after all!). Location: Woodfour Brewing Company, 6780 Depot Street, Sebastopol, CA

SUNDAY, MAY 6 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Arrive: arrive at venue, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-10:45am -- Financial Capital: Finally, the money part. In addition to Chris' and Adam's insights, New Harbor Financial (investing) and Mark Rees (cryptocurrencies) will be on hand to address your Q&A
  • 10:45-11am -- Break
  • 11-noon -- Making All This Actionable In Your Life: converting the weekend's insights into actionable steps for you to take upon returning home
  • Noon: End of seminar Day 3 'official' program

SUNDAY, MAY 6 -- AFTERNOON EXTRACURRICULARS (OPTIONAL)

Even though the official seminar is over, we've putting together a few optional value-add experiences folks can participate in during the afternoon if they want to, depending on their interests.

Right now, the list of these experiences includes:

  • 1-2:30pm: Singing Frogs Farm farm tour #1 -- Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser will be offering up to 30 people a walking tour of their award-winning farm (which is a 10-minute drive from the event venue). You'll be able to see first-hand the installations and practices responsible for their success. This will be booked on a 'first come, first served' basis. Price: $20/person. (event now sold out)
  • 3-4:30pm: Singing Frogs Farm farm tour #2 -- Tour #1 filled up so quickly we scheduled a second one. Price: $20/person. (event now sold out)
  • 3-4:30pm: Cryptocurrency MasterClass with Mark Rees -- Mark Rees has been PeakProsperity.com's resident cryptocurrency expert for the past several years. His encyclopedic knowledge of this fast-changing space has been an invaluable resource for PP readers wanting to build positions in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the vast array of other digital currencies and tokens. Mark has very generously offered to hold a free MasterClass session for anyone coming to our May seminar who wants to mine his prodigious knowledge of cryptocurrencies. He'll answer any questions, from newbie topics like "Explain the blockchain to me" to his thoughts on the most promising new coins and technologies currently transforming the space.
  • 3-7pm: Private personal financial consultations with New Harbor Financial -- our partners from New Harbor (who are participating in the seminar themselves) will be available for private sessions for anyone interested in applying the Financial Capital advice from the seminar within their own investment portfolio.
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May Seminar Is Already Over 75% Full

Wow. Seats for the May seminar are filling much faster than any prior year. By a LOT.

Usually in January, we only get a handful of registrations. The big volume doesn't happen until we're 30 days out from the event itself.

That is NOT the case this year.

As I type this, we're at 76 registrations. That's already more folks than we've ever had at one of our annual seminars.

It's fantastic to see such a swell of interest this year. I don't know if it's the new west coast location, or the in-person experts we're bringing into the room this year, or jitters about the tumult 2018 threatens to unleash on the world -- but this is certainly shaping up to be a seminar weekend to remember.

The only (high-quality) problem is that, at the current pace, this event is on track to sell out within the next 1-2 weeks.

The event space will limit us to a maximum of 100 folks. So that only leaves 24 spaces left.

If you've been procrastinating on pulling the trigger, do so soon.

Ideally, do it before midnight tomorrow (Jan 31) in order to get the early-bird price discount. 

But whatever you do, don't wait much longer. Else you may end up having to wait until next year to come...

 

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Make that 77!

I'm in Adam!   Looking forward to seeing you along with everybody else. 

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Awesome!
livsez wrote:

I'm in Adam!   Looking forward to seeing you along with everybody else. 

So glad to hear you're coming, Liv -- that's great!!

And just to clarify, with you, we're now at 80.

Looking at the current roster, this is turning into a reunion of all-star PP members from over the past 10 years. Can't wait to have all you guys in the same place! smiley

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Just 11 Spots Left...

Registrations are coming in fast & furious now. We're now at 89.

That leaves only 11 seats remaining as of 11:30am PST. And just over twelve hours left to get them at the early-bird discount price.

 

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lunch option

I just had an idea for lunch.  If the weather's nice, we can BYO lunch and gather in the picnic area at Ives park next to where the seminar will be held.

I am so excited this is happening.  I have been bugging Chris and Adam literally for years to do something on the west coast.  Yay!

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3 Spots Left...

Our May seminar is *almost* sold out at this point. We're now at 97 registrations as of 7:45pm PST. 

There are four hours left to get them at the early-bird discount price (if they don't sell out sooner)

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Just 1 Spot Left!

Who will get it tonight? You?

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The May Seminar is SOLD OUT!

And......that's all folks!!

The last spot has been claimed.

Many thanks to all who have registered. We're gobsmacked by the tremendous early interest in this event & we'll give it our all to ensure this will be the best seminar we've ever produced.

To anyone who was hoping to come but didn't act in time, click here to let us know you'd like to be on our waiting list should a space open up over the next few months.

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Amazing sellout record!!

Congrats on the ultraquick sellout....sure glad I made it under the wire!  Hopefully you will continue with a venue in that area in the future as its so much easier to get to than Rowe and offers many more vacation planning options which you so ablely discussed in the podcast.  Looking forward to the new guest speakers...maybe see if Robb Wolf could join us this year...enjoying his latest book now. 

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Thanks, Tom!

Thanks, Tom -- I'm glad you were able to make it under the wire, too! 

Hopefully folks rate this west coast seminar highly once it concludes, so we can make it our regular annual destination. I'll certainly be trying my best to make that happen.

No luck with Robb Wolf, though. I was way ahead of you and invited him weeks ago -- but that weekend is his daughter's birthday, so he graciously had to decline. Chris Kresser had a similar conflict (I invited him, too).

But...we are lining up both a functional health expert as well as a nutrition specialist, so we'll have a lot of the same expertise in the room.

cheers,

A

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Thanks for trying Adam

I know you have a great lineup and appreciate you trying to get some health advocates like Rob or Chris to make it...looking forward to hearing the functional health and nutrition folks...sounds like fun!

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Seminar Lodging & Airport Options
Lodging
Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.
 
The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:
 

Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

AirBnB has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in besides Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville and Monte Rio.

Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

Getting Here

As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It's only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That's a smaller airport, though, so you'll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic -- especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

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Things To Do In Sonoma County

Things To Do In Sonoma County

There's a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There's an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer, and outdoor activities.

Just a few of the highlights include:

So for those who bring spouses and children with you -- don't worry! They won't be bored! In fact, they'll thank you for bringing them here!

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Long time listener first time caller

I've been listening to the podcasts for many years and have thouroughly enjoyed them. I'm a Bay Area resident and I'm excited to be attending this year's seminar in my back yard and meeting like minded folks. See you in May!

Anthony Gutierrez

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Food Options

As a reminder: the seminar will run from 9am-6pm Fri and Sat and 9am-noon on Sunday. Each day will have an hour and a half break for lunch. You'll be on your own for meals -- the good news is that Sebastopol offers a wide range of great food options.

We highly encourage you to invite other seminar participants to dine with you. We'll have lunch & dinner sign-up sheets at the seminar to help facilitate this.

All of the establishments below are within a 5-minute drive of the event venue (most of them are within a 5-minute walk):

COFFEE SHOPS

BREAKFAST

LUNCH/DINNER

  • Handline (California surf & turf) - 935 Gravenstein Ave. - (707) 827-3744
  • K&L Bistro (French) - 119 S Main St - (707) 823-6614
  • Hopmunk Tavern (pub food) - 230 Petaluma Ave - (707) 829-7300
  • Ramen Gaijin (high end ramen) - 6948 Sebastopol Ave - (707) 827-3609
  • Sushi Tozai (Japanese) - 7531 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 824-9886
  • Sushi Hana (Japanese) - 6930 Burnett St - (707) 823-3778
  • 8 Cuisine (Chinese) - 7501 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 823-8189
  • Peter Lowell's (farm-to-table) - 7385 Healdsburg Ave #101 - (707) 829-1077
  • Zazu Kitchen (farm-to-table) - 770 McKinley St #150 - (707) 523-4814
  • Slice of Life (vegetarian/vegan) - 6970 McKinley St - (707) 829-6627
  • Gypsy Cafe (comfort) - 162 N Main St, Sebastopol - (707) 861-3825
  • East West Cafe (Mediterranean) - 128 N Main St, Sebastopol - (707) 829-2822
  • Sequoia Burger (bugers) - 1382 Gravenstein Hwy S C - (707) 829-7543
  • D's Diner (burgers) - 7260 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 829-8080
  • Himalayan Tandoori & Curry House (Indian) - 969 Gravenstein Hwy S - (707) 824-1800
  • El Coronel (Mexican) - 1015 Gravenstein Hwy S - (707) 829-7010
  • Mombo's (pizza) - 560 Gravenstein Hwy N - (707) 823-7492

GROCERY STORES

BARS/BREWERIES/CIDERIES/ DISTILLERIES

TREATS

PHARMACIES

  • CVS - 6877 Sebastopol Ave - (707) 823-7209
  • Rite-Aid - 218 N Main St - (707) 829-3007
  • Whole Body (adjacent to Whole Foods) -  6910 McKinley St - (707) 829-9801

Other great restaurant options are available in the nearby towns of Santa Rosa, Graton, Occidental and Bodega Bay.

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Apple Blossoms

2018 Seminar Attendees --

Our weekend together is now just 2 weeks away. And the weather in Sebastopol just couldn't be more beautiful this time of year -- cool nights, sunny 70-degree days...and white apple blossoms everywhere you look:

See you in May!

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May seminar in sebastopol

Anyone from the Cincinnati, OH or Northern KY area going out to the seminar in Sebastopol? Would love to connect with you.

 

 

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Island girl wrote: Anyone
Island girl wrote:

Anyone from the Cincinnati, OH or Northern KY area going out to the seminar in Sebastopol? Would love to connect with you.

I'm not from that area but I am another woman that is attending (I just assume you are female from your name, apologies if that's not true). I have been wondering if I am going to show up and be one of the only ones, I've never attended something like this before.

I did live in Midway, Kentucky in 1998-1990 (during college) if that counts :)

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At least 35 women participating this weekend
Tude wrote:

I am another woman that is attending (I just assume you are female from your name, apologies if that's not true). I have been wondering if I am going to show up and be one of the only ones, I've never attended something like this before.

No need to worry about being a lonely female at this weekend's seminar. From my count, there will be at least 35 women participating(!)

cheers,
A

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Thursday evening carpool?

I'm going to be driving from Berkeley to Sebastopol for the Thursday evening informal get-together.  I'd love to have a couple riders so I can use the carpool lanes.  Otherwise the traffic is pretty bad at that time of the day. I'm willing to pick you up anywhere in Berkeley or north.

Call or text me if interested: 510-410-0485.

Larry

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Adam Taggart wrote: Tude
Adam Taggart wrote:
Tude wrote:

I am another woman that is attending (I just assume you are female from your name, apologies if that's not true). I have been wondering if I am going to show up and be one of the only ones, I've never attended something like this before.

No need to worry about being a lonely female at this weekend's seminar. From my count, there will be at least 35 women participating(!)

cheers,
A

Good to hear! I have seen a few women posting that I am anxious to meet. Like I said, I have never gone to something like this before...I have not been a member for long but I have been reading this blog and CHS for more than a decade now. I'm not where I wish I was, but it has literally transformed my life for the better, seriously! Looking forward to tomorrow, I'm driving up from the East Bay in the morning..

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