Last 8 hours of 2019 Premier International Women's Business Systems Virtual Summit #BSVS2019
Register here to listen to my talk & those of others.
Premier International Women's Business Systems Virtual Summit, brainchild of US Biz Growth Strategist Marissa Stone, who founded “A Walk in Her Shoes Academy” supporting women suffering domestic violence
Some of the topics you'll get with your free ticket:
Monetizing Your Instagram
Profit Focused Video Strategy
Attracting Clients on Facebook
Clutter Free Business
How to Show up First on Google
Off Camera Visibility
Monetize with Meetups
Invisible to Invincible
Networking Like a Millionaire
Become Facebook Famous
AND SO MUCH MORE.....
Marissa's determination and laugh is infectious so I hope you will jump in to hear one or two of these talks.
I am honoured to share this digital stage and share my thoughts on organising our information overload with a really savvy group of female entrepreneurs and to be one of the only four from the UK (Shelley Fishel and Anna Lundberg from London, and Sudha Mani in Edinburgh).
Each speaker has overcome frustrations to find ways to run their own businesses with integrity and ingenuity.
It's free but you do have limited time to listen - or jump in to the life time access which gives you many more in depth trainings and special free offers.
I used to hate setting goals and still wiggle around being tied down in an overly rational way - yet my vision gets stronger and stronger therefore so does my desire to be more and more efficient and productive.
Therefore it was to both my surprise and delight that Marissa Stone picked me from hundreds of applications in order to be a guest speaker on her summit International Women's Business Systems Virtual Summit
Productivity tips galore.
We all need support networks and here are 64 talks full of personal and business experience.
64 perspectives on creating effective work systems to get more done.
The summit is linked to A Walk in Her Shoes Academy (AWIHS) - the brain child of Marissa Stone. A survivor of domestic violence herself, Marissa knows first hand that leaving is a process, a marathon if you will, not a sprint. Once she decided to leave it took her 5 years to get out and once she did, she went back twice. When she was finally free it still took another two years to get back on her feet. It does not have to be this way.
Marissa says, "I've accomplished many things in my life since leaving my abusive background and next on my agenda is to empower women who are also coming out of domestic violence to learn to use systems to redesign and rebuild their own lives. My big, bold, audacious dream to build an academy that will teach these women the skills required to do project-based work and build a nest egg so when they are ready to leave, they have the funds, skills and opportunities to rebuild their lives quickly, has now arrived. Moving forward 50% of the proceeds from the Premier International Women’s Business Systems Virtual Summit will go to the AWIHS Academy so please help us spread the word!"
Tune in for Dallas meets Cardiff in Buenos Aires!
Here is to your new ways of being, doing and knowing.
PS If the link has expired then the All Access Pass is $297 - you get life time access to all the talks, extra classes and trainings that make it really worthwhile to update your knowledge of tech tools and systems. Equally 50% goes to A Walk in Her Shoes Academy (AWIHS) - a Dallas based organisation helping women coming out of domestic violence.
PPS. If this is the first you heard about this event then we do apologise. We shared it in our other social media but totally forgot to put it here! For next time check in with our Facebook and Twitter, and of this week Clear Insight Productions has Instagram and Pinterest - so you can see at a glance what we are up to. We also love Linkedn so catch us there.
PPPS All of You Summit by Dutch artist Joyce van der Lely is still going so you can also catch our talk there. One Passion Many Forms - what if all our passions have a common thread?
Whatever problem you might be facing now, there is a solution closer at hand than you think.
Sometimes the key is to find the simplest solution and not the perfect one. Often it is far better a small decision in a direction than no movement at all.
This came home to me yesterday when I was feeling pretty stuck in the mud with work.
By chance it was the monthly call with creativity coach Sam Bennett that I’m lucky to get as part of being a member of her 365 Club with her company “The Organised Artist.”
I’ve been a fan and student of Sam’s for many years and she has got me out of many a life and work funk.
So yesterday in the chat box of the monthly Q & A call I asked her about how to deal with the sense of hitting a limit that you can’t break. This has been bugging me recently even to the point that my computer is all quaky and doing that spinning rainbow wheel thing because I’m low on computer memory. It feels like I’m at a barrier on many levels.
Sam’s reply was totally inline with her creative approach to everything. “Close your eyes right now” she said. “Imagine your slightly future self and ask that slightly future you what do you need to know now.”
Anyone who has studied anything in mindset will have come across exercises like this. What I loved about this version of Sam’s was the word “slightly.” It was this one word that shifted everything for my over-achieving wound-up self that was feeling blocked.
My “slightly future self” was craving a bit of simplicity and completion rather than the constant sensation of never appreciating small wins because there was always something new on the horizon.
This slightly future me just wanted the gift of a daisy - that flower that could not be more simple or more loved for its association with childhood and summer.
It was a three minute visualisation that gave my intuitive side the chance to have its say against a mind racing with rational reasoning.
Sam shared her memory of a party where she had wanted to keep it simple and put daisies in jam jars.
I’m a big jam jar fan - I love the way when you wash an empty jam jar it then gorgeously catches the light on the window sill.
How does this directly shift that sense of limit and barriers?
It doesn’t directly at all. Yet indirectly I tapped back into something homely and hearty that put any limit into perspective.
Isn’t it amazing how the presence of another who is lovingly willing you on can so beautifully nudge one on? To me it’s invaluable to have such guidance from time to time when rationality presents no obvious answers.
Today I hope you find the nudge you need to keep you going forward even if slightly.
Joyce van der Lely (Dutch artist and educator) has a wonderfully encouraging and infectious warmth to her which made it a pleasure to be interviewed by her for “All of You” - a series of conversations and explorations on how to include every fabulous thing that you have to offer, created for multi passionate women seeking harmony in life and work.
This free event starts today / tomorrow as Joyce is in New Zealand so for many of us we are a day behind. She leads frequent facebook lives from her this cosy corner in her studio that is like a sanctuary.
When I first chatted to Joyce in an interview to see if we thought we could work together there was one line of coincidence which was her memory of holidays in Wales, including to Aberystwyth and to that town with the name longer than the railway station. This mixed with my memories of a summer school with the amazing David Zambrano at the School for New Dance Development (now part of the Academy of Theatre and Dance, Amsterdam University of the Arts) when I was a student.
Then what clinched it for me was the combination of our fluid conversation and the painting Joyce has in her office which was like a wild circle. It could have been an illustration for a short story of Borges. I love spirals and when she told me it was a work she'd made when figuring out her relationship to time, I was convinced.
She has gathered really wild and whacky bunch of speakers who are from the fields of Mindset, Self-empowerment, Spirituality, Branding, Business/Careers, Creativity, Shamanism and more.
With such a combination of Doodlers, Educators, Creative Directors, Feng Shui Consultants, Lifestyle Business Coaches, Poets, Transformational Coaches, Film-makers and much more, this event won't be for everyone yet for anyone exploring, re-examining their life choices and pondering what else there is to life, then there is sure to be at least one talk that will catalyse some unsung aspect or dormant desire into finding its feet.
All of You - 16th Sept 2019
All of You is a week long online summit hosted by artist & coach Joyce van der Lely as a series of conversations and explorations on how to include every fabulous thing that you have to offer and created for multi passionate women seeking harmony in life and work
Stolen Moments - Joyce van der Lely
"ALL of You" is a series of conversations and explorations on how to include every fabulous thing that you have to offer, created for multi passionate women seeking harmony in Life and Work. Starting September 16th 2019 it is a week of online talks.
Hear from a varied mix of Doodlers, Educators, Creative Directors, Feng Shui Consultants, Lifestyle Business Coaches, Poets, Transformational Coaches, Film-makers and much more.
Hosted by Dutch artist and educator Joyce van der Lely from her studio on North Island, New Zealand.
The ALL of YOU series of conversations will help you:
Originally from the Netherlands Van der Lely emigrated to New Zealand in 1995, then after the devastating earthquakes of 2010/2011 moved from Christchurch to Tauranga in the the Bay of Plenty where she had to begin life afresh, learning from personal experience how to heal personal and professional wounds.
She has gathered together experts in the fields of Mindset, Self-empowerment, Spirituality, Branding, Business/Careers, Creativity, and more.
We were delighted to be interviewed and our conversation was about contemporary culture and the zig zagging of a career in the arts where you need to follow your nose, learn on your feet, and hang onto your hat.
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A poem - I think some of you will love this one - it certainly made me laugh creativity coach and author Sam Bennett's homage to "Women Who Workshop." I think it is to all workshop junkies out there in praise of our unstoppable search for more or better. Guilty as found!
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