Wisdom Circles

Wisdom Circles

A safe place where intergenerational women come together to share life stories and strengthen ties to each other, offering expanding opportunities for growth, caring and connection; and gather for one-on- one interactive sessions with a personal experienced leader.

  1. Picturing the Woman I Want To Be: Using Creative Visualization to Transform My Life
    Do you dream of being, doing, and having more in your life? Have you felt stuck lately? Are you looking for new direction? Do you long to start something new but aren’t sure what? Would you like to live your life feeling fulfilled, healthy, happy and connected to a sense of purpose? If you answered YES to these questions then here is your chance to finally take charge of your future, hold yourself accountable, and be a deliberate, active participant in your life. During this
    interactive workshop, you will learn to harness the power of creative visualization to get a clear image of your dreams and goal; send a message out into the Universe with a clear intention of what you want to manifest; and develop a plan to activate your vision.
    Host: Karen Smyth- Co-Founder, Deliberate Vision
  2. Age is Just a Number: Becoming an Ageless Beauty
    Dr. Harley discusses Preventive and Wellness Health with the goal of decreasing the incidence of age related diseases, thereby improving the quality of life and healthcare for both men and women with a focus on hormone balancing, anti-aging, weight management, and aesthetics with emphasis on treating the “Whole Person.” Her approach is changing the lives of thousands of men and women.Host: Dr. Sharon Harley – Founder, Harley Anti-Aging Institute
  3. Caregiving and Senior Resources
    Caring for an aging parent, elderly spouse, domestic partner or close friend presents difficult challenges – especially when a crisis hits and you are suddenly faced with the responsibilities of elder care. Learn about resources and techniques available for developing internal strengths and durability, a sense of control over life events, and meaningfulness in the face of adversity during the aging process and/or caring for aging loved ones.
    Host: Debra Tyler Horton, State Director, AARP Georgia
  4. Must Be the Moneeey!: $hattering the Female Financial Paradox-
    Women are a growing economic force and expected to add about $6 trillion in earned income globally over next five years. Yet many women lag behind men when it comes to using those assets to plan and build financial security. This phenomenon is termed as “the female financial paradox.” Hear from top female financial experts and entrepreneurs on how to take charge of your financial future, expand your knowledge, and build your confidence regarding business, money, and wealth.
    Host: Deavra Daughtry, President, and CEO of Excellent Care Management
  5. Stress: The Epidemic of the 21st Century
    Two themes that rule our lives today are, “I just don’t have enough time” and “I’m exhausted.” Stress is the epidemic of the 21st century. We are overbooked, overworked and overwhelmed. In this circle you can discover how living a mindful life reduces your stress while creating health and happiness. Learn practices that will bring you home to a mindful life ensuring your mental, physical and spiritual well-being. We will discuss the science and emotional components behind stress management and how to become a stress resilient person which will create a life of endless possibilities.
    Host: Dr. Kathleen Hall, Founder-C.E.O., The Mindful Living Network, & The Stress Institute
  6. Finding the Courage to Follow Your Passion!
    Often, what is holding you back from living the life you were born to live is fear. Fear of not being perfect. Fear of failure (despite the logic of knowing that nothing and no one can be perfect). Making mistakes is not only natural but necessary to build character, learn and grow. New Thought leader and author Dr. Barbara King will share her experiences and offer practical advice for following your passion by listening to your intuition, taking actions driven by what you love, and expressing your unique gifts and talents to the world without fear.
    Host: Bishop Dr. Barbara King, Founder/Minister, Hillside Chapel and Truth Center
  7. Developing Your Personal B.R.A.N.D. with Civility
    Personal branding is about managing your name. Quality and personal excellence are two key elements of your personal brand. The degree to which you fully embrace the importance of these elements, will be continuously communicated and reflected in the perceptions of you held by others (i.e. the personal brand that you broadcast). As much as we are enabled by our smart phones, iPads and laptops, they often affect interpersonal communication and relationships. Technology is slowly stripping us of human emotion and hindering our ability to communicate truthfully and respectfully. In this workshop, “Civility Maven” LaRita Reid will share the steps to creating a competitive edge with your personal brand and highlight the importance of establishing intimate connections and authentic relationships.
    Host: LaRita Reid, Founder & President, Bon Devoir
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