HAPPY MONDAY !
Mondays, am I right?
Monday has long been unfairly stereotyped as the most unexcitable and draining of days, but why? The power is in your hands! So let's celebrate Monday for what is really is, your first foot forward into a productive and positive week!
Our Pause and Propel Africa Summit is coming up
We will be traveling to beautiful, vibrant South Africa on April 28th to May 7th 2018 for the Pause and Propel Africa Summit and Retreat for Women and Trailblazers in the Community.
This Summit will center around networking with women from differing socioeconomic backgrounds, creating the opportunity for collaborations between professionals and immersing yourself in the history and culture of colorful South Africa.
Come learn and explore with us in South Africa!
Finish Strong Summit
TDR will be running a summit concentrating on effecting mapping pout of sales and marketing plans. If you need help in these areas or would just like to expand your existing knowledge, please join us on October 27th 2018.
DID YOU KNOW?
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
In October 1981, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence held a "Day of Unity", which has since evolved into Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
In the United States alone, an estimated 20 people are abused physically by a partner. That is a frightening statistic that has unfortunately become the reality of thousands of women in this country.
We have gathered four strong, experienced women and will be exploring how past pain, trauma or violence could be negatively effecting your current relationships. Our Overcome the Past workshop is being run on October 29th 2017. Register now and join the discussion.
Helen Oyeyemi is a Nigerian born British novelist and playwright who, impressively, finished her first novel whilst still in high school. Now, at age 32, she has authored seven complete novels and has been shortlisted for and awarded multiple awards including a PEN America Literary Award 2017.
If you are eager to dip your toe into the world of Helen Oyeyemi's entrancing writing for the first time, might we suggest Mr Fox, a novel writing in such complex and differing voices you would think it was a multiple writer project.