What Truly Matters: Redefining Success w/Aimée Lyndon-Adams & Karen Halseth, 8/1

Success can leave a woman stressed out, over scheduled, exhausted and feeling guilty for all of the things she hasn't gotten to yet, as well as all of the people that she feels she's letting down. Up until now, we've all been competing against a male success model that fully embraces success at any price! The need for “24/7 availability” is another reason why so many women are running on fumes. You see a woman thrives when she is able to nurture all the elements that are important to her happiness. Cut her off from that and she will wither and die. Don’t you agree - we need a new success model for business that integrates the best of the masculine and the best of the feminine and that brings consciousness to business?

In this presentation, you will learn how to:

·  Bring sustainable values
·  Find the balance points
·  Live your purpose into your professional and personal life.

This presentation will stay with you long after it is over, reminding you that you do not have to sacrifice to achieve the success you deserve.

Friday, August 1, 7:30pm-9:30pm
A Songbird Friday Flock Night:
suggested donation 1ȼ to $30

Aimée Lyndon-Adams and Karen Halseth are the co-founders of What Truly Matters: Redefining Success. They both have enjoyed executive careers in Corporate America before launching their own successful private practices. Authors, speakers, business consultants, training designers and facilitators, they are both highly acclaimed skilled intuitives and coaches. whattrulymatters.com

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  • Mary C.

    Aimee & Karen are awesome.

    August 2

  • Audrey F.

    Great energy and informative, inspired presenters.

    August 1

  • Audrey F.

    Great energy and informative, inspired presenters.

    August 1

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