Personal Mastery Seminar

A 3-day seminar, Creating the lasting results you’ve always said you wanted.

What you need is transformation, not motivation.

When it comes to making a large amount of change in a short period of time, how-to’s by themselves are not enough. Why? It’s simple – people don’t do what they are told. Everyone knows how to lose weight. The how-to’s have been well documented: eat less, workout more…this is not rocket science. Yet, the vast majority of people don’t do what they know will work. Why?

There is a belief system they have in their heart that is preventing them from doing the behavior that they KNOW would serve them. THAT is why we created Personal Mastery.

Experiential learning in a seminar setting gives you the same lesson, without the high price life charges to get it.

We provide a safe space for you to have experiences of yourself in action so that you can take an honest look at how you actually think at a heart level. Not how you think you think… how you actually think based on results.

  • Posted on: October 21, 2022

2022 Crazy Days Weekend

We are keeping the heat turned up for the CRAZY DAYS weekend in Downtown Billings! This is more than a weekend of sidewalk sales at retail locations; CRAZY DAYS now includes activities, workshops, tasting events, live entertainment, trunk shows, specials, and more, all over downtown… This packed weekend of downtown happenings is put together FOR YOU TO ENJOY

Thursday, July 28 / Friday, July 29 / Saturday, July 30 

Attending Crazy Days Weekend downtown is FREE and open to the public (rain or shine, however, some activities may be weather dependent)!


Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the Downtown Billings Calendar for the best list of all the fun things happening.


Do you have something going on at your downtown business the weekend of July 28-30th? If not we encourage you to add something fun to your plans that weekend. Click the button below 👇 to submit your Crazy Days Weekend participation details.

Submit Your Crazy Days Weekend Participation 

Stay up to date on all future DBA events by checking out our calendar.

  • Posted on: July 30, 2022

2022 Crazy Days Weekend

We are keeping the heat turned up for the CRAZY DAYS weekend in Downtown Billings! This is more than a weekend of sidewalk sales at retail locations; CRAZY DAYS now includes activities, workshops, tasting events, live entertainment, trunk shows, specials, and more, all over downtown… This packed weekend of downtown happenings is put together FOR YOU TO ENJOY

Thursday, July 28 / Friday, July 29 / Saturday, July 30 

Attending Crazy Days Weekend downtown is FREE and open to the public (rain or shine, however, some activities may be weather dependent)!


Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the Downtown Billings Calendar for the best list of all the fun things happening.


Do you have something going on at your downtown business the weekend of July 28-30th? If not we encourage you to add something fun to your plans that weekend. Click the button below 👇 to submit your Crazy Days Weekend participation details.

Submit Your Crazy Days Weekend Participation 

Stay up to date on all future DBA events by checking out our calendar.

  • Posted on: July 29, 2022

2022 Crazy Days Weekend

We are keeping the heat turned up for the CRAZY DAYS weekend in Downtown Billings! This is more than a weekend of sidewalk sales at retail locations; CRAZY DAYS now includes activities, workshops, tasting events, live entertainment, trunk shows, specials, and more, all over downtown… This packed weekend of downtown happenings is put together FOR YOU TO ENJOY

Thursday, July 28 / Friday, July 29 / Saturday, July 30 

Attending Crazy Days Weekend downtown is FREE and open to the public (rain or shine, however, some activities may be weather dependent)!


Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the Downtown Billings Calendar for the best list of all the fun things happening.


Do you have something going on at your downtown business the weekend of July 28-30th? If not we encourage you to add something fun to your plans that weekend. Click the button below 👇 to submit your Crazy Days Weekend participation details.

Submit Your Crazy Days Weekend Participation 

Stay up to date on all future DBA events by checking out our calendar.

  • Posted on: July 28, 2022

Kirk’s Grocery: Rookie Card / Mary Jane Thompson – Live Music

Local Emo heavyweights, Rookie Card, return to Kirks’ with screaming guitars, screamier vocals, and all sorts of jumping around. Sometimes non-linear and always a good time.
Mary Jane Thompson opens, the duo features Sophie of Love, Soph and Giovanna Nerves.
30 spots available, $10 reservations
Venmo @kirksgrocery, PayPal kirksgrocery@gmail.com, or pay in store.
  • Posted on: February 12, 2022

Derek Sheen Live in Billings

About

Derek Sheen is a cuddly mess of insecurities and a gifted, one-of-a-kind storyteller. His ability to mine humor from the dark, humid corners of the human condition has made him a cult favorite of comedy nerds around the globe. Derek has amassed a loyal fan base touring with comedy legends (name-drop alert!) Brian Posehn, Patton Oswalt and Janeane Garofalo.

Derek Sheen has released four critically acclaimed albums on Minneapolis based Stand Up! Records, with Grammy Winning producer Dan Schlissel. All four albums are available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music right now!

Tickets

General Admission – $15 | $20 at the door

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Details

Doors open at 7:30pm. (Show begins at 8:00pm)

  • Posted on: December 10, 2021

Babcock Theatre: East Asian Film Festival – Japan

As a part of this fall’s East Asia Semester, the MSU Billings Office of International Studies is offering three film festival events. The final event showcases the Japanese film, “Still Walking.” This event is free and open to the public!

Ted Kim, a cinema professor at MSU Billings, will be giving an introduction to discuss the film’s cultural impact, cinematography, and more.

“Still Walking” is a 2008 Japanese film edited, written, and directed by award-winning Hirokazu Kore-eda. The film is a portrait of a family over roughly 24 hours when the grown children visit their elderly parents to commemorate the tragic death of the eldest son 15 years prior.

The film was widely praised by critics and won the Golden Astor for Best Film at the 2008 Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

  • Posted on: November 16, 2021

Kirks’ Adult Art Class: Screen Printing with Shane De Leon

It’s 2 days of learning screen printing with Shane.

Day One: Design your print. Prep your screen.

Day Two: Create multiple prints on paper plus one shirt.

Tues, November 2 AND Weds, Nov 3 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM

$40 class + $20 supply fee = $60. (Supply fee includes all supplies.)

Venmo kirksgrocery or stop by to pay. 

  • Posted on: November 3, 2021

Kirks’ Adult Art Class: Screen Printing with Shane De Leon

It’s 2 days of learning screen printing with Shane.

Day One: Design your print. Prep your screen.

Day Two: Create multiple prints on paper plus one shirt.

Tues, November 2 AND Weds, Nov 3 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM

$40 class + $20 supply fee = $60. (Supply fee includes all supplies.)

Venmo kirksgrocery or stop by to pay. 

  • Posted on: November 2, 2021

Babcock Theatre: East Asian Film Festival – Korea

As a part of this fall’s East Asia Semester, the MSU Billings Office of International Studies is offering three film festival events. The second event showcases the Korean film, “Burning.” This event is free and open to the public.
Ted Kim, a cinema professor at MSU Billings, will be giving an introduction to discuss the film’s cultural impact, cinematography, and more.
“Burning” is a 2018 South Korean psychological thriller film co-written, produced, and directed by Lee Chang-dong. The plot depicts a young deliveryman, Jong-su (Yoo), who runs into his childhood friend, Hae-mi (Jeon). They soon meet an enigmatic young man named Ben (Yeun), who Jong-su becomes suspicious of and begins to believe Hae-mi is in danger.
Burning premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival and has received almost universal critical acclaim, particularly for its sense of unease, ambiguous narrative, and performances.
  • Posted on: October 19, 2021