The life of an entrepreneur can be chaotic, scary and taxing at times. Too often our physical and emotional needs take a back seat to the work. But how is your business going to thrive if YOU are barely surviving?
Let’s kick off 2017 with a renewed commitment to taking care of ourselves as an important part of our business strategy!
You'll be able to:
- Use the Cycle of Chaos and Renewal
- Practice mindfulness, hope and compassion that provides renewal - the antidote to stress
- Use a Personal Chaos Inventory tool to recognize if you are slipping into chaos
- Mind-Map to introduce renewal into your daily life
- Have Awareness of local support systems that provide accountability and support
In this 2 hour event you will be introduced to a set of simple, daily and monthly practices and tools that can provide the renewal needed to make you - and your business - succeed in the new year.
Interactive presentations by:
Ursula Adams, MSPOD, is a leadership coach, OD consultant and Founder/Managing Partner of the SheHive - a women's center in Ferndale offering workshops, coaching and social events in support of connection and personal development. Prior to launching the SheHive in 2016, Ursula contributed sixteen years of her life to strengthening regional philanthropy in Detroit - pioneering the uses of strengths-based organizational development and employee engagement at United Way for Southeastern Michigan. Ursula helps Detroit-area leaders capitalize on their individual and organizational strengths to build better systems.
Brandi Keeler is a Detroit-bred personal growth visionary and creative problem solver on a mission to empower individuals/communities to address challenges related to growth, attitude, perception and humanitarianism. She does this by designing and facilitating innovative approaches to personal and community growth through her business, ExpandFully (Expånd). She hosts Toast2U, a monthly encouragement and accountability party, where women gather to practice intentional celebration. She is also an admissions counselor at the College for Creative Studies.