June 7, 2018 Share

Change Your Questions, Change Your Life at Hopewell Theater

An evening for anyone interested in getting better results.

Motivational speaker Marilee Adams, PhD, will help audiences discover a new way of making positive change in life by asking better questions

Wednesday, June 27th Hopewell Theater presents an evening with motivational speaker Marilee Adams, PhD, who will help audiences discover a new way of making positive change in life by asking better questions. Adams will present her groundbreaking method, the Q-SolvTM Approach, a thinking and communication strategy that helps individuals reach their goals. Marilee is a dynamic and inspiring speaker and founder of the Inquiry Institute. The ideas in her internationally bestselling book, Change Your Questions, Change Your Life literally can change lives!  

The go-to person for solutions thinking, Marilee will show audiences how to go from the “Judger” mindset (the problem creator) to the expression of the “Learner” (where the answers lie) in an evening sure to inspire positive personal reflection.

This event will also celebrate Judy Detrano, organizer of Lambertville, NJ’s Wednesdays for Women at Hamilton’s Grill Room, a weekly program highlighting the work of women entrepreneurs, artists and activists.  Wednesday for Women closed its final season in 2017 after over a decade of creating a positive community networking event for women.

Marilee Adams, Ph.D. is an author, organizational consultant and facilitator, executive coach, and professional speaker. She is CEO and Founder of the Inquiry Institute, a solutions company providing consulting, coaching, training, and e-learning. She is an Adjunct Professor of leadership in the School of Public Affairs at American University in the Key Executive Leadership Program and faculty for many coach training institutes.  

General admission tickets to the program, which is a part of the “Art of Living Well” series, are $15, with a discounted rate of $13.50 available for seniors and students.

SUPPER CLUB
A three-course supper club presented by The Peasant Grill is also available for purchase at 6:00 p.m. before the talk. This ticket includes the supper and admission to the 8:00 p.m. program following.

Also featured in the Art of Living Well Series:

  • June 2 – The Opposite of Hate talk with Sally Kohn, CNN Commentator and Author
  • Thursday, June 7 – LIVES WELL LIVED film
  • June 15 – Rock ‘N’ Roll With It: Overcoming the Challenge of Change Concert/Motivational Performance
  • Wednesday, June 27 – Change Your Questions, Change Your Life, Marilee Adams speaks on thoughtful citizenship. This event will also celebrate Judy Detrano, organizer of Wednesdays for Women at Hamilton’s Grill Room, a weekly program highlighting the work of women entrepreneurs, artists and activists.
  • Thursday, July 5 – NOVIATE film
  • Thursday, July 19, 7:00 p.m. – Tibetan Singing Bowls: Demonstration and Performance
  • Thursday, July 19, 8:00 p.m. – THE LAST DALAI LAMA film
  • Thursday, August 2 – RAM DAAS: FIERCE GRACE film
  • Thursday, August 16 – THE YOGIS OF TIBET (free film screening)

About Hopewell Theater

Hopewell Theater offers a range of unique cultural experiences, from independent film and live music to guest speakers, artists and performances. Patrons can dine-in on small plates from local restaurants or just come for the show.  Film buffs will particularly enjoy a state-of-the-art movie theater in Hopewell, NJ with a dine-in menu. A landing spot, a launch pad, and an incubator, Hopewell Theater is also a place where artists can play, practice, perform or show their passion project on the big screen. The theater is available to rent, at both hourly and day-rates.

This post will expire at 11:59pm on Thursday August 16th, 2018