February 7, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Kelly McNelis, Women For One
Kelly McNelis is the founder of Women For One, a global community that empowers women to embrace their voices and make life happen, on their own terms. With over 20 years of experience as a nonprofit and small business consultant, Kelly empowers generations of women around the world to build the relationships, community, and confidence they need to achieve their wildest dreams. She travels the world as a speaker, teacher, and facilitator of workshops, helping others tap into lives powered by the truth. Kelly’s dedication to truth-telling helps women and men share their powerful stories with the world. She is a bestselling author whose first book, Your Messy Brilliance: 7 Tools for the Perfectly Imperfect Woman, was released in Fall 2017 by Enrealment Press. Kelly has appeared in numerous national and international publications, as well as on radio and television. She will be featured in the April 2019 issue of Entrepreneur and O! magazines. She finds daily inspiration in spending time with her husband and children in her home outside of Seattle.
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Give Up Perfection-and Embrace Your Messy Brilliance
Women have been conditioned to think they can have it all: the perfect career, the perfect home, the perfect relationship, and the perfect family. What’s wrong with this picture? The idea that there’s even such a thing as “perfect”! In this spirited interactive workshop, I’ll offer women seven powerful tools that will help them to deconstruct their idealized images (which end up leading to burnout, lack of inspiration, and the exhausting feeling that we need to do it all on our own with a giant smile on our face while we’re at it) and to step into something so much better than perfection: their messy brilliance!
Are you tired of trying to be perfect? Do you feel frustrated when things don’t go right or the way you planned? Then this is a great opportunity for you to come and be enlightened with your other Illuminating Women sisters and friends at this months luncheon in Bothell.