Whether you’re reeling from a tragedy, have just endured a divorce or empty nest, or simply disenchanted with life, love or your career, architect and now in-demand speaker Karen Otis has discovered a groundbreaking way for you to revamp your world: the Architectural Method. By extending her Method to life-building, Otis reveals a completely new way of thinking and decision making where the results are profound, unexpected, life-changing, and transformational.
What happens when you merge architecture with psychology and mentoring?
You get a very RARE and powerful combination…you get an expert LIFE-BUILDER—someone who discovers your hidden passion, reveals your deepest wishes and desires for your life, and reveals the strategies to transform that vision and build it into your new reality.
Karen's highly anticipated sophomore book, set for an early 2019 release, Hard Hat and Heels deals with how to navigate any male dominated industry and come out on top! Contact Karen to discuss this transformative and meaningful topic.
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In our modern world, so many people are battling unhappiness and dissatisfaction in their lives. Karen Otis, architect and author, delivers a groundbreaking new approach to designing and re-building your life with the creative ingenuity she has used in architecture for decades. By extending her “Architectural Method” to life-building, she reveals a completely new way of thinking where the results are profound, unexpected, life-changing, and transformational. Otis shows you how to take the architectural method of creativity and decision making and project it onto your own life to find direction and fluidity to spiritually “awaken your soul” to a life rich in inspiration and joy. Whether you are unhappy or unfulfilled with your personal life, your relationships, or your career, this Method holds the answers to change all that. Her eight steps and thoughtful exercises unleash your power to take the mundane and make it meaningful; the expected, and make it memorable. Rather than r-e-a-c-t-i-n-g to life, you can begin c-r-e-a-t-i-n-g your life.