What You'll Get
Life is like a labyrinth: without sound advice and inspiration, you'll inevitably lose your way and get axe-murdered by Jack Nicholson. Gain those vital clues and escape your troubles with today's Groupon. You get admission to the "I Can Do It!" Motivational Conference at the Tampa Convention Center. Choose from three options:
- For $37, you get one ticket to the keynote address on Friday, November 12, 2010 ($75 value)
- For $95, you get one all-day Saturday conference pass for November 13, 2010 ($190 value)
- For $95, you get one all-day Sunday conference pass for November 14, 2010 ($190 Value)
At the "I Can Do It!" conference, participants learn from a collection of dynamic speakers and authors on ways to strengthen the body, mind, and spirit. On Friday night, renowned keynote speaker Dr. Wayne W. Dyer will speak about how to achieve a more fulfilling life by shifting one's focus from ambition to meaning. Saturday's line-up features several regular Oprah contributors, including Marianne Williamson)—who will address the spiritual, emotional, and psychological roots of weight loss—and Cheryl Richardson, who will teach you how to reprogram your unconscious mind so that it stops getting stuck in zero-gravity elevators. Sunday showcases an entirely different lineup of inspirational all-stars as they cover topics such as Chinese face reading, treating health problems with intuition, and how to become happy for no reason without lethal exposure to Joker venom. Over the course the day, conference-goers will be free to amble amongst morning and evening keynote speakers, topping their motivational parfait with whatever electives strike their soul-fancy.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person per date, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. New registrations only. Redeem online by 11/7 to select speakers on schedule. No-show forfeits Groupon. Not valid toward other workshops. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.