An Evening with Pam Grout
Aug 16, 2018
An Evening with Pam Grout, #1 New York Times best-selling author of E-Squared
Join us on August 16, 2018 for a special speaking engagement with Pam Grout, #1 New York Times best-selling author of E-Squared, Thank & Grow Rich and 17 other books, with more than a million books in print in over 40 languages.
The Evening's Talk: "Don't Face Reality, Change Reality"
Using the experiments in E-Squared, E-Cubed and Pam Grout's other 17 books, you'll learn that reality is up for grabs and that by changing the focus of your thoughts, you can create a life of joy and ease.
We'll spend our time together playing (and, yes, playing is the operative word) with consciousness, your beliefs and with principles from quantum physics, mind-blowing principles that change everything about our understanding of how the world works.
Most importantly, you'll learn that material reality is subjective and that you, as the observer, pull from the quantum field of infinite potentiality whatever you focus upon.
You'll learn simple techniques that will not only pry yourself away from limited, habitual thinking, but will launch you on the pathway to your dreams. You'll learn how to get out of your own way, dump the television evangelist in your noggin who constantly judges and preaches erroneous belief systems (B.S.). You'll learn how to connect with higher forces that are always available, completely unlimited and truly fun to use.
*Every ticket includes one glass of wine or beer + one cheese plate*
5:30pm Doors open / Check-in (receive swag bags, drink ticket and cheese plate)
6:30pm Announcement to be in seats at 6:45pm.
6:50pm Advertiser intros and introduction to featured sponsor
7:10pm Introduce Pam Grout
7:15pm - 8:15pm Speech topic: "Don't Face Reality, Change Reality"
8:20pm Book signing
9:00pm End of event
ABOUT PAM GROUT:
A prolific travel writer, Pam contributes to Men's Journal, CNN Travel, LA Times, Huffington Post and People magazine. Pam has also authored three books for National Geographic on meaningful vacations. She has been interviewed by Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, Parade magazine and a countless number of podcasts.
Pam also enjoys writing letters to her daughter, but that's more about making a life than a living. She's keenly aware there's a huge difference.
In making a life, she has traveled to all the world's continents, learned 59 ways to make a fort out of sofa cushions, perfected a mean pickleball forehand and volunteered at a women's prison and free health clinic.