Then & Now When I started as Executive Director of The Arts Partnership in 2010, I was pretty […]
I’m thrilled to announce that I’m partnering with Ladyboss Midwest to host two Personal Systems Disruption virtual weekend retreats in January.
Jan 1-3 and Jan 15-17
In addition to the powerful 6-part series, we’ll add a “New Year, New You” theme (don’t we all need to shake 2020 right off our heels?) as well as including Ladyboss swag in the pre-retreat welcome package and other content from them throughout the retreat.
Stress is inevitable. Jobs, families, money, personal anxiety, mental and physical health, politics, the economy, a global pandemic…the list goes on and on. But almost nothing is ever better accomplished by a panicked frenzied state of being. And if it is, the price to pay is with your own state of mind.
Are you ready to name your dream and to not only put it out to the Universe but to also do your part of working toward achieving it, too? Then this Personal Systems Disruption retreat is definitely for you.
Pre-2017, we didn’t have money conversations. We had money arguments. From his side, I was nagging, questioning, accusing; from mine, he was obfuscating, lying, paying no attention. We never, and I do mean never, had a “good” conversation around money.
Seriously, living is not for the faint of heart. And intentional living can be downright terrifying! I’m not exceptional, despite the fact that I am absolutely extraordinary and ordinary all the time and often simultaneously. My life has had ups and downs, highs and lows. Terrible and glorious things have happened to me, and I have actively chosen terrible and glorious things, too.
But I had a lightening bolt moment yesterday on my walk. I realized, or it hit me on the head walking past the soybeans on my left and the field filled with big puddles of water on my right, that I want to actually be a “personal systems disrupter.” I want to inspire and motivate people to disrupt their personal systems to find what’s beyond their current reality.