By popular demand, we're coming back to LOS ANGELES! The Making Things Happen™ workshop is an intensive designed to fire you up. This is the second half of this nationally-acclaimed tour with a new format and intensified content. Spend an afternoon with Lara Casey making a clear, active, successful plan for 2010. From branding to bold moves and everything in between, we're inviting you to join us for an intensive like no other. "I'm fired up and intend to make sure you leave feeling the same way about your future. I'll be asking attendees vital (ie- hard) questions and require that participants be ready to lay it all out on the table," says Lara. This workshop is not for the faint of heart, but for creative professionals who really want to change, grow, and harness their full potential in the new year. Inspiring MTH grad, Emily Ley, will be on hand to offer insight and encouragement for the start of what can be a daunting but exciting journey. Read feedback from all of the past MTH attendees here. "Feel the fear and do it anyway!"
About Lara: Lara was born in Washington DC. She spent most of her youth growing up in the small beach community of Pensacola, Florida. Ms. Casey graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University and studied art and design at Yale University. Lara is a member of Mensa and an avid fitness buff. Mrs. Casey has a wide array of successes including having been a celebrity personal trainer in Manhattan and a contributor to Shape Magazine. Lara is currently Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Southern Weddings magazine and launched Lara Casey Reps, a luxury market wedding consulting firm, in June 2009. Lara is the founder of MTH2010 (Making Things Happen in 2010) which is an intensive designed to help release fear, discover your authentic personal brand and harness your passion in business. Ms. Casey frequently speaks on the use of social media for business, personal branding and the luxury wedding market. She was recently seen as a speaker at such noted events as Engage!, Eventology, ISES and WPPI. A self-confessed Wired magazine and Luna Bar addict, Lara lives in Chapel Hill, NC, and loves to travel. She frequently gives people her Delta Skymiles number instead of her social security number.
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