Check out the oodles of inspiration and advice in our three pillars: Health, Wealth, and Wisdom.
It's simple: it's hard to do good when you don't feel good.
Take time to learn some fresh approaches to health with our favorite experts.
Something we hear (and think!) a lot is that we should be eating out less and cooking at home more. Whether it's to eat healthier, save money, or cultivate your culinary abilities, we're totally into it. Join Alison Mountford, longtime chef and founder of Ends+Stems, to learn some tips and tricks that will set you up for success in the kitchen – and help reduce food waste for a healthier planet. From meal planning and shopping to some basic prep to help you get going, we're excited for Alison to help us kick off spring with tools that support our health, wealth, and a better world.
We hear a lot about empathy these days, but what does it really mean to bring more empathy into your interactions? So many of us avoid conflict, but what if you could use conflict to learn how to connect better with others?
In this workshop we will explore how to use empathy as a pathway to better self-awareness, to form deeper connections through conflict, and to empower one another through communication. You'll learn active listening techniques, how to identify underlying needs, and how to redefine conflict through the lens of being a peace builder.
Are you doing too many things at once? Staying up late every night to get more done, skipping meals, and praying your computer won't crash if you open one more tab?
Join this session to #getfocused, gain control over your schedule, and get your life on track. Learn some of Sarah's best tips for getting focused, especially for creatives, people juggling multiple projects, designers, and the self-employed.
Certified sex coach Myisha Battle shares the link between sex and creativity and why both are equally important to maintaining a healthy life and business.
Myisha has her Masters in Psychology and a certification in sex coaching, which she uses to help her clients tap into their creative and sexual energy so that they can live more fulfilled and productive lives.
Our health education has led us to believe that structured advice is applicable and helpful all the time. Eight glasses of water a day, 8 hours of sleep. But our body is constantly changing and adapting based on our life circumstances, our internal cycles, and seasonal cycles. When we start working with these cycles instead of in robotic rhythms, life gets a lot easier.
Come learn some quick tips on how to enjoy seasonal changes, hormonal changes, and how treat your body well as it fluctuates through these changes.
You're not just in it for the money, but that doesn't mean the money doesn't matter. The more resources you have, the more capable you are living well and helping others do the same. Check out the following workshops about living wellthy.
Cathy Curtis, C.F.P.
This webinar covers the basics of investing in the stock market including stocks, bonds, ETF's, and mutual funds. Cathy also reviews the best products to start investing with based on your individual needs, stomach for risk, and goals. In the end, you will feel more comfortable choosing investments in your 401(k), 403(b), Roth IRA, IRA, SEP IRA, or brokerage account.
Not all debt is equal—and using it wisely can help you do things like invest in your future and build credit. But it is important to know what you're getting into before taking out a loan or a line of credit. We'll discuss your credit report, how to get it, and what to look for building a credit score, types of debt, and how to manage it.
Elizabeth Husserl, M.A.
We often postpone getting our financial house in order because we don’t know where to start. This workshop will simplify your financial system enough to fit on one piece of paper, and teach you 1) The four financial buckets people save in, 2) Which order to fill them, and 3) How to tailor this for different life stages.
Elizabeth Husserl, M.A.
We all know our relationship to money is a place we experience stress—no matter how much or how little we have in the bank. One of the best ways to transform our money stress into money creation is to pause and get clear on what money means to us. The easiest way to do this is through a money conversation.
Come discover how to talk to money, why it's important, and how this ongoing conversation may be the best investment you make all year. This interactive webinar will give you a simple and highly effective technique to experience money in an entirely new way—not just as a tool, but as a profound ally and teacher.
Jennifer Lambertson of the constellations
Jennifer Lambertson, founder of female-first recruitment agency the constellations, shows you how to approach all stages of your employment as negotiation—from the job hunt to raises and promotions.
We cover simple strategies to ensure your experience, skill set, and value are accurately reflected in your resume, how to navigate job interviews, and ultimately how to feel more confident when negotiating a new salary or a raise.
Fallyn Smith & Chelsea Starr Alexander of Smith & Starr
Crowdfunding your business is an amazing opportunity and resource, but it's a serious commitment. How do I set my Kickstarter goal? How do I spread the word? What happens after we hit our goal?
In this workshop, we’ll share tips and tricks to run a successful Kickstarter campaign and discuss best practices for before, during, and post-Kickstarter launch!
Everyone hates the sales part. Whether you’re selling to new clients in your own business or trying to get things done within your company, “the sales part” can feel uncomfortable and, well, salesy. But it doesn’t have to.
In this session, Leah Neaderthal offers simple mindset shifts that will help you develop a sales style that feels comfortable, natural and—most importantly—helps you get the job done.
Negotiating just $5K more in your starting salary can result in an additional $500K in your lifetime... but what does it take to negotiate to get the best financial results, while helping us build thriving relationships at work? Creative problem solving!
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, The Fiscal Femme
Whether working in a 9-5 or running your own business, managing finances can be daunting—but we can shift how we feel about money, and in doing so live rich and fulfilling lives while working towards our financial goals. It doesn’t have to be hard!
Ashley shares her favorite tips to shift your money mindset so that managing your finances and achieving your goals is simple, easy—even enjoyable. You’ll leave with steps you can take to improve your financial wellness immediately.
Take the time to look at your professional life with a new lens. How would you like to revamp your professional life over the course of this year?
In this call, we'll cover 5 action steps you can take this year to reboot and get moving forward in your career.
Wisdom is so much more than knowledge – it's what you do with what you learn that makes you wise. So put what you learn in our Wisdom Workshops to practice...and then come tell us about it!
Participating in philanthropic activities — volunteering, advocacy, donating — can help us be more engaged both at work and socially. We look at why authentic engagement matters and how these activities can positively influence our personal and professional lives.
Longtime fan favorite, the artist and author Elle Luna joins us for a live Q&A call about her new book, Your Story is Your Power, #The100Day Project, and The Crossroads of Should and Must.
You've got ideas worth spreading, as the folks at TED would say. How do you go about booking speaking gigs, and getting paid?
In this workshop with Moms Can Code's Erica Peterson, you'll learn how to: find speaking opportunities, contact conferences you’re interested in, and what to say. Erica will also touch on things to consider when applying, and how to work towards getting paid.
Lindsay Jean Thomson
Writing about yourself can be hard. We can help.
Where do you even start? First-person or third? How long should it be? What information should you include? We’re going to let you in on a little secret: it's not really about you, it's about your audience. Because even when it’s about you, it’s always about them. Yep, really. What is it that they want to know when they read about you?
Whether you're starting a new business, updating your LinkedIn, or working on a passion project, we've got the best practices for writing a great bio to showcase just how great you are. Because you want people to just get it, right?
Lindsay Jean Thomson
It's a New Year and a great time to take a big picture view of your life and career. What's working? What's not? What do you want to change this year?
In this workshop, you'll reflect on where you’re at, identify areas for growth, and set goals for 2018. We'll and commit to first steps to making them happen and talk about best practices for shifting habits so that you can have your best year yet.
Molly Goodson and Kim Hunter
You have something to offer the world and you want them to hear about it! Whether you’re selling a product or services or have a project or organization, getting PR and on the media’s radar is one way to help get the word out.
Join Kim Hunter, co-founder of Women Catalysts and VP of Communications at Aclima, to get the skinny on nailing your PR pitch and de-stress the process of reaching out to reporters. We’ll kick off the workshop with an interview with Molly Goodson, former PopSugar editor and founder of The Assembly, to get a glimpse of pitching from the media’s perspective.
Kick ass, take names, and send pitch notes!
Have you ever shrunk down or played small in important meetings or presentations? Would you like to be seen as more of a leader and feel more confident in high-stakes presentations? Studies show these non-verbal cues are at least 93% of communication. That means when you don’t feel confident your body language is telling people you are not open to working with them, making it harder to communicate effectively.
This class will teach you to: prepare for high-stakes presentations, inspire your audience, the secrets of non-verbal communication, and how to be both authentic and more confident.
Jenni and Sophie of Prim'd Marketing
Sophie Davies and Jenni Brown of Prim'd Marketing help small businesses and entrepreneurs on how to define their voice with a compelling narrative through branding and marketing for over 3 years.
In this workshop, Sophie and Jenni cover: Developing a compelling narrative without adding to the online noise, understanding the importance of your origin story and why it matters, seeing what you bring to the table that makes you different, and how to step into your expert self with more confidence.
"Do what you love" – it sounds great, but it isn't always easy.
In this workshop, nutritionist Julianne Kanzaki, MPH, RD will share some practical strategies and helpful tips to move in the direction of your dreams, to stay focused, and embrace the unknown with grace and ease. You'll learn daily, weekly, and monthly goal-setting strategies, as well as simple nutrition tips so you can physically and emotionally feel your best.
Whether you’re pitching your new startup idea or giving an interview on behalf of a company or nonprofit, learn how to develop strong narratives and avoid tricky questions in order to master your next press interview.
You will leave this media training with an understanding of how to develop your story, communicate it clearly, and control even the toughest press interview. And these skills will come in handy well beyond press interviews – use them when you’re speaking on a panel, interviewing for a new job, or presenting to colleagues or potential investors.
Before the workshop, please give some thought to an upcoming interview you’d like to do.
Mary Betsy of Forward Films
So you want videos for your brand. Great! But hiring a professional video team? That’s not in the budget. And making videos yourself? The thought alone seems terrifying. Sound familiar? Then this workshop’s for you!
This live training will guide you step by step through the video-creation process, focusing on practical tips for the inexperienced video maker. We’ll use tools you probably already have on hand: a phone and iMovie. This workshop will help you think of video topics for your brand, craft a video script, learn easy recording tips for more profess videos, and get hands on with editing basics in iMovie.
What to have handy: something to write or type with and (optional) iMovie or another video-editing program. We’ll be using a few files during our iMovie walkthrough. If you’d like to follow along:
Writer, painter, and Makespace founder Jenny left her comfort zone in San Francisco to see how her creative output would shift in new countries and new spaces. After setting up a mobile writing and painting station in over 15 temporary homes, she developed a framework that encapsulates the 10 stages of the creative cycle.
You'll learn that each stage you experience is valid – even the hard ones – and serves a purpose. Jenny also shares some of her favorite creative resources and exercises to find creative flow no matter where you are in your creative cycle.
Take your work relationships to the next level by shifting mindsets and tackling conversations with both care and candor.
You'll identify your communication style and how others might interpret you, learn to understand the motivations and communication styles of others, and develop confidence to have hard conversations in a way that is authentic and effective.
Ariana Pritchett, Flight Design Co.
It’s that time of year. We’re consumed with the day to day and totally enveloped with all that is our lives. Summer is around the corner and all of a sudden we realize, wow, we’re half way through the year.
Don’t we all need a quick pause to pick our heads up and look around? Come spend an hour away from the hustle to assess where we are, where we want to be, and the most straightforward way to get there.
Leadership is a big bold word. How does it feel to be called a leader? Is it something we’re born with or a skill that we develop over time? How do we navigate the people, pressures, and mean monkeys that stepping in front requires?
This workshop covers: how to cultivate a leadership mindset and overcome the stories that hold us back, tactics and tips on leadership style, and how to make a game plan that moves you forward.
Sharon McPeake + Lindsay Jean Thomson
“So, what do you do?” If this question gives you the shakes, you’re not alone. It's hard to talk about yourself. What if you sound arrogant? What if they don’t get it? But once you know how to communicate your value, other people will too.
Sharon and Lindsay cover: how to identify and narrow down your expertise into something that’s memorable and sellable, how you can use your other passions so you can stay authentic and differentiate yourself, and how to develop a brand story that gets you paid for doing the work you love, not just the work you can do.
Do you have a desire to commit to your creativity? To evolve through what you feel you Should do so that you can more fully honor your soul's deepest longing—Must?
Join artist, writer, and #The100DayProject leader Elle Luna for a discussion on: what makes a good #The100DayProject, how to choose which passion to pursue, how to harvest your Must in 10 minutes a day, and other great ways to bring your creativity to life.
Join Rock Your Bliss co-founder Jacki Carr for a conversation on Goals Alive. There's power in writing down what you want in powerful affirmative language with a clear accountability date.
Jacki likens goal setting to hiking a mountain, creating a vision to where you want to go and mapping out your steps to get there all while being so open to the nature of the path and all its curves and ups and downs to get there. Let's come together and live our bold goals for 2017.