see our photos for our past friend-making party. It was a blast!
It's Spring! What better time to give your life a re-fresh? Have a fun night while giving your life a boost.
Expand your social circle, while enjoying a life coaching lecture, and end the night with a speed-friend-making party.
Lecture: Spring Life Makeover Tips:
Led by Manhattan Life Coach Julie Melillo, who coaches CEOs, entrepreneurs, Financial Traders, models and more, as featured in ABC News.com, Crain's New York Business and American Express Open Forum. www.yourdreamslifecoach.com
*Find out how to use the techniques that CEOs and entrepreneurs use, to discover you strengths and passions, balance your life and determine your priorities -- career, business, dating, relationships, health, financial, etc.
*Discover what your main goal is for the spring time -- a few exercises will help you fine-tune and re-align your life.
*Set goals for the next week, to ensure you make rapid progress.
Short, fun, exercises will help you discover what you really want most out of life. Discover your most important goals!
Expand your social circle the easiest and fastest way possible! :) This organized event will have each person rotate around the room, allowing for short ice-breaking conversations -- you'll leave this event with an entire group of new friends! Exchange business cards if you wish, or contact each other later on via our meetup group.
One hour can help you re-align your life, expand your social circle, and simply have a fantastic time. See you all then! :)
$2 dues, please bring with you (for meetup fees, room rental, web fees, etc.)
We'll meet at a conference room in the East Village. After the event, you'll know a whole room full of new people, so feel free to grab a drink in the EV after the event with your new friends.
If you need to arrive early (coming straight from work, etc), there is a cafe with healthy dinner options available, which you may purchase before or after the event. They have vegetarian options as well as salmon and other healthy choices. You'll need to email me if you plan on eating here, so I can give the cafe a head count.