This episode gives you updates about upcoming events and other news for the fall season of the Plant Your Seeds of Transformation Podcast. First of all, let me say that I am refilled after a 2-month summer hiatus, and looking forward to pouring out in this community again. Please read/watch/listen to access more details.
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[EVENT] WEEKLY COWORKING INVITATION: How can black women leaders understand themselves better and make better choices so that they will live more happily and have more joy in all of their relationships? Getting past perfectionism is one of the keys to this. Use our weekly co-working community to help you focus and get important stuff done with the support of a non-judgemental community full of like-minded black women leaders.
We started 6 weeks ago on this 12-week journey. You still have plenty of time to join us and get stuff done for 2 hours every night over 6 weeks. (Remind me to share some important tips with you when you log in to help make your experience even more powerful.)
(WHEN? 7PM EST ON THURSDAY'S)
See more info and register at https://PlantYourSeeds.show/support (or if you're a member of a partner group, you can access the event link on their platform).
Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leadlikeaqueen/message
This community is for you if you are a black woman leader working from home in a job or her own business. We would love to see you at the Thursday 7pm EST Weekly Co-Working with Breakout Rooms for Mentorship.
Get access by joining as a patron of the Plant Your Seeds of Transformation Podcast. This is an existing community of highly supportive, focused black women leaders.
When you go to this link, you’ll see how/where to join as a patron member on Patreon.
Patreon helps us monetize our efforts to help ensure we can keep improving this program over time and make it sustainable to last for years to come. We support each other in reciprocal ways, not just with pats on the back or with our words, but with actual support.