This past weekend I had the joy of attending the 2017 Triennial Gathering of the Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (#WELCATG). This was the first time that RHW Consulting participated in an event as an exhibitor. #WELCATG gathered 3,000 participants from around the United States and hosted a number of international guests. The theme was “All Anew” and the gathering focused on topics of reformation and transformation. Continue reading “Women Living Meaningful Lives: #WELCATG Reflections”
It’s almost 2017. I don’t know about you, but I can’t believe that 2016 is over. I must say that I’m glad it’s coming to a close. 2016 has had its share of ups and downs. From our political climate to death after death of celebrities and those who made significant contributions to our world, I feel like I’ve been on a bit of an emotional roller coaster. Needless to say, I’m looking forward to the reset that a new year brings; to the chance to refocus and recommit to the things and people who matter most.
Earlier this week I posted about an event I host every year for my female friends. For the last three years, I have invited my friends to my home for a Ladies Visioning Brunch. This is a time for us to connect and to articulate our hopes and dreams for the new year. We create vision boards that are then displayed in prominent locations in our homes or offices as a reminder of what we want to accomplish. I love hosting this event and it’s proven to be a highlight of my year. You see, creating a vision board isn’t just about resolutions or goals. It’s about envisioning who you want to be and how you want to show up alongside a community of people who are cheering you on and holding you accountable. It’s about digging deep and uncovering what your deepest desires are so that you can make them come to life.