I'm excited to be a Host Committee Co-Chair for the Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (a program of the League of Women Voters - Minnesota) Annual Conference! It's slated to be a spectacular event for collegiate women and emerging professionals featuring a broad range of topics spanning personal and professional issues. Read on for details and register online by March 1st to get early bird pricing. Hope to see you there!
Monday, December 14, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
I hope you dance . . .
"Life's not about waiting for the storms to pass...
It's about learning to dance in the rain."
Photo credit: George Eastman House
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Thursday, December 10, 2009
Resolved, that we'll take 2010 by storm!
Last year's new year's resolution-making event was a certifiable blast, so we're giving it another go! The plan is to get together with some ideas, questions and people who can challenge us to think about what we want out of life, clarify goals for the new year, and have a good time hanging out with good people. Feel free to invite friends and we'll see what plans we can make for a fantastic 2010! Email email@example.com to let us know to expect you or RSVP on our Facebook event page. Resolved, 2.0 Sunday, January 10, 2010 2:00pm - 4:00pm Common Roots Cafe 2558 Lyndale Avenue South Minneapolis, MN As a conversation starter, here's the 95 year plan exercise from Barbara Sher's "I Could Do Anything If Only I Knew What It Was"
To create a ninety-five-year plan: 1. In the first column, start at birth and number up to 95, by fives or as you like. 2. In the second column, list "Major Events" that take place during those years (getting born, starting school, moving, whatever seems important) 3. In the third column - share "What I Learned" and write the the most important thing you learned or expect to learn at each age. 4. In the fourth column - list, "The Most Amazing Thing I Saw," during those past years or anticipated future. 5. At the bottom, share, "What I Would Like to Tell Young People" and proceed to write what this imaginary walk through ninety-five years has taught you about the meaning of life.
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