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October 7, 2016

Creative Work as Self-Care

Self-care as health care is an idea that’s been thrown around a lot in the creative arenas lately. While that might conjure images of relaxing candle lit baths, daily massages, or silent meditations, the reality is that self-care is easier to incorporate into your work + life blend than ever when you’re a creative. In […]

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What’s your Story? Identify & Shift the Beliefs that Keep You Stuck

Limiting beliefs-we all have them. You are the prime force behind your career success. Therefore, it is imperative that you understand how your core beliefs are ruling your life and how they can keep you stuck. In this experiential workshop, you will begin to hone in on the one subconscious belief that creates your reality. […]

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Power: Why We Need It; When to Hold Back; and How to Pursue It

In this breakout session, you will hear from Dr. Vanjelis Ngwa, an expert on power. He will offer a brief synopsis regarding the importance of power in navigating every stage of one’s personal life and professional career. His presentation will delve into why individuals sometimes experience a certain level of unease regarding the topic of […]

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Public Relations and Digital Reach 101

The workshop will focus on Communications Strategy and Planning, Digital and Social Media Planning and Presence, Media Relations and Practical Resources for attract audiences and attention. We will interact with attendees for specific insights that can help your particular enterprise or artistic endeavor.

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Registration Opens

8:15  -  9:00

Welcome & Introductions

9:00  -  9:30

Conversation I: Controversy?

9:30  -  10:30

What does it mean to be “unabashedly, unapologetically you” in your work?

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