Burning Together, from an Ember to a Wildfire
a Reignited by My Community event
We came together and struck the match. We felt warmth in the laughter and exploration with many other women who are also curious about what’s possible in the depths of this phase of our lives. There are new friendships, valuable insights, and a broader menu of possibilities. We’ve nurtured an ember together that we each carry with us from this experience.
You may be wondering: “What do I do with it?”
That is entirely up to you, as the journey has just begun. Let’s come together one final time to learn how we can nurture these embers into the lively dancing flames held in our heart’s inner vision.
Join us to experience:
Deeper integration of your take-aways
Daily practice ideas to keep your ember lit.
Ideas for more group gatherings to continue the journey together.
This event will be held in-person and outside unless the temperature drops below 52 degrees, in which case we will move online via Zoom.
We will be practicing 6-ft social distancing, so please be sure to...
- Arrive at the Ellipse by 9:45 a.m.
- Bring a folding chair
- Wear a mask
Business and Professional Women Triangle (BPW) and Meant for More (M4M) are partnering together to present this new series. When you register, you agree to share your name and email address with both organizations.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS:
Amee Earl has enjoyed shared success for decades in wealth management as an administrator, manager, coach, trainer, and Certified Financial Planner® practitioner. Alongside her business life she practices yoga, qigong and meditation and explores the concepts of many other esoteric paths. The career in wealth management allows her to engage her organized, driven nature and be in service. The esoteric studies and somatic practices keep her in touch with an added spectrum of our human experience and with ways we can connect to ourselves and each other ever more deeply.
Marcy Stahl is a small business coach who helps women entrepreneurs build authentic and sustainable businesses, based on their strengths. She works with women who want to make a difference in the world, while being a successful business owner. She started her coaching business in 2008, to help women entrepreneurs tackle both the inner AND outer work of building a business.
Prior to becoming a coach, Marcy co-founded and co-managed a government contracting firm that earned over $1M annually.
Today, Marcy is a coach, speaker, and co-author. She lives in Wake Forest with two rescue cats. She's passionate about reading, green tea, and spending time with like-minded professional women.
To learn more about her work, visit http://marcystahl.com.