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Like A Girl: Unlock Your Female Potential

Like A Girl: Unlock Your Female Potential

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When:

  • Wed 20 Feb, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Where:

Rydges Hotel, 59 Federal St Cnr Kingston Street, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $0.00

Website:

Official Website

A guide to unlocking your female potential. Uncover your brilliance and thrive at life. Learn how, as women, we can leverage our strengths for success and navigate our challenges to be the best versions of ourselves.

A unique opportunity to hear a New Zealand author as seen on TV for Auckland for the first time and to celebrate this is a one off free event. Additional guest speakers now announced:

Like A Girl – a guide to unlocking your female potential - Jess Stuart, Author & Coach www.inspireyourlife.org
As women, there’s many challenges we face in unlocking our potential - self-doubt, people pleasing, perfectionism, fear of what others think, of failing, not being enough. Learn how to embrace your authenticity and leverage the strengths we have to be your best.
Author of two books and an international speaker Jess has appeared on TV, radio and is a regular writer for some of the biggest online personal development magazines. Having lived, worked and volunteered in many countries with some inspirational people Jess draws her life experience into her work to help you achieve your potential.

Organisation & efficiency - learn easy techniques to unlock more time in your day, Rebekah Holmes www.theshipshapeshoppe.com
Being organised to beat the overwhelm, decluttering and finding time. Rebekah loves helping busy people realise that being organised is a skill that can absolutely be learned. "I meet so many people who throw up their hands in frustration with the belief that a) they are naturally disorganised, and b) they are destined to live their life in chaos. It doesn't have to be this way!" Rebekah believes that organisation is a skill that can be learned; it is simply a matter of learning and practising a handful of simple techniques.

The Ill-Fitting Glass Slipper: Success Beyond the Fairy tale – Alysha Bentley, Mindset Coach www.facebook.com/alyshabentleymindsetcoach
The interesting findings of Anthropology research defining women-hood, success and balance. Alysha is a speaker, facilitator and personal development coach who draws on years of training, life experience and academic research to help women define and achieve success in their own terms. Alysha's mission is to raise awareness of the role societal narratives play in shaping our ideas of success, and the detrimental effect this can have on our wellbeing. Alysha empowers women to connect with their own core values and beliefs, to develop a healthier mind-set, set more realistic standards of success, and live happier, more authentic lives.

Sequins are a Neutral: The Power of Elevating Your Everyday Style - Caitlin Taylor, Chasing Cait www.chasingcait.com
The power of style to increase your confidence, including body image and self-esteem. Caitlin Taylor is a Personal Stylist and Editor. With over a decade in the fashion industry both here and abroad, Cait is an expert in helping you elevate your style for your everyday life. Cait has worked with major fashion labels in both Australia and New Zealand in PR, marketing, wholesale and retails arenas so she understand how fashion works from the inside, but she also has a degree in Psychology so she gets how fashion and style can be a very emotive thing for women!

Based on the book Like A Girl:
Learn how to embrace your authenticity and leverage the strengths we have as women. Discover the empowerment of what being like a girl means. Understand how we build resilience and overcome self-doubt to achieve our goals. With practical advice to help you uncover your brilliance and thrive at life.

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