The influential and inspiring women’s networking group, Business Chicks, have (arguably) their most exciting news yet: a series of breakfast events titled A Life of Meaning with entrepreneur Sarah Wilson running through April and May. The cherry on top? The event will be coming to Brisbane on Tuesday, April 30th – which means you can have breaky with Sarah Wilson, too.
If you don’t already know, Sarah Wilson is a New York Times bestselling author and founder of the I Quit Sugar movement. Over breakfast, she’ll draw from her experiences of a 24-year long experience in the media (including running her own digital business and social movement), to mentor the audience on how to create a life – and career – full of values. Sarah aims to share the techniques she used and continues to use to ground her back to her purpose through every turn of life, including how she guided herself through her struggles with mental health disorders.
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Sarah will cover how to create life boundaries, the renegade way to make decisions when anxiety is getting in the way, and how ‘less is more’ can be a guiding life principle for success. These points, (plus more!), will demonstrate how Sarah felt enabled to take the deep dive into the unknown of an entrepreneurial life, and started living in a more meaningful way.
The breakfast series is for anyone who is interested in creating more meaning in every aspect of their world, wants to live a value-and-purpose driven life, and discover useful strategies for tackling anxiety and stress. Book here for a meaningful morning full of insight from one of Australia’s most influential women!
What: A Life of Meaning: Breakfast with Sarah Wilson
When: Tuesday, 30th April | 7am – 9am
Where: Hilton Brisbane | 190 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City
Price: Premium Member $119, Non-Member $149
Get your tickets here!
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