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Envisioning 2023 through Vision Boarding with Tina Shattuck
February 9 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
ADD ON CLASS: Thursday March 2nd 6pm – 8pm
There is no more engaging and fun way to envision your future than to create a physical manifestation of your goals.
Vision boarding involves collecting images that speak to the future you want to create and arranging them on a board for a tangible and aesthetically pleasing reminder of where you’re heading.
Join us as we create visual goals for the year in community with our peers.
What’s different about this exercise it that we’ll also get an opportunity for your fellow participants to provide feedback and insights to your creation – as it’s often what we cannot see in creating our vision of our future that provides a clue towhat we might really want to manifest.
Bring your lunch for the January session, bring your dinner for the February session.
Bring photos if you would like to use them, and bring any magazines that you connect to for use by the group. We will also have magazines and all other supplies needed.
Tina is founder of Women Hold the Key, Executive Director at Mukai Farm & Garden (through March of 2023), mom to three amazing young adults and person who is looking at the third act in life – and pretty darn excited about what she sees!
Before that – along with her business partner Cindy Scheer – she spent years developing, testing and providing workshops for moms who had stepped out of the workplace and wanted to figure out what was next. Those workshops included Vision Boarding (called Dream Mapping), Needs assessment and Barrier acknowledgement in order to move into the next phase of life among other workshops.
Tina has over 30 years of project & program management as well as a history of Human Resources experience in various fields. She has worked as a event manager for groups as little as 10 people and events that numbered over 10,000. She has helped the various non-profits she has worked with raise over three million dollars over the past three decades.
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