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Hope you’re planning a celebratory evening and a relaxing + rejuvenating day to ease into this new year.
If you’re anything like me, though, once the champagne wears off you’ll be raring to get back to business. I swear, some of my favorite days have been ones I’ve spent with markers and spreadsheets and mindmaps and my Box o’ Business Brilliance.
I’m such a nerd.
If you’re looking to set your sights back on your business foundation, I have the funnest solution (seriously, it all has to be fun – I won’t tolerate it any other way): an invite to my Clubhouse Coworking Day on Friday, January 3rd!
I pow-wowed with the current Clubhouse members, and they can’t wait to meet and greet some other likeminded, creative, soon-to-be/new-ish entrepreneurs. There’s no catch here – just a really productive, social day where you can pick my brain and the brains of the other Clubhouse members.
It’ll go like this (all times in Eastern time zone):
- 10-10:30a: we’ll do some intros along with setting intentions as to what you personally wanna work on (that I’ll hold ya accountable for at the end of the day). Unsure what that’d be? Come with your questions and I’d be happy to make suggestions with resources, exercises, etc. based on what you’re struggling with. Collectively, us Clubhousers know everything (it’s been proven), so we have you covered.
- 10:30-1: work on your own
- 1-2p: lunch break! Bring your food and hang out/ask me questions. Think of this brain picking time!
- 2-5p: work on your own
- 5-5:30pish: get ready to collectively celebrate our wins, share our goals, and do happy dances together.
Can’t make the whole day? That’s more than fine! Come when ya can, and know that the recordings become immediately available as soon as we’re off the call. It’s so the future.
Want an invite? Add yourself to this list and you’ll get all the deets to your Inbox on Thursday.
Have the happiest, healthiest New Year!
Any questions about the Clubhouse in general, the Coworking day, or anything else to build a solid business foundation? Leave ’em in the comments!
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