Before we get started, I'd love to know more about where you're at. Make a cup of tea, get cozy, and dive into these questions.
Please submit these at least 24 hours before our Kick Off call on January 21st.
>> Check the Schedule
Here's our schedule! Please go ahead and block these times in your calendar. It's the same time each week to make things easier! Once you're assigned to your Cohort (can we come up with a better name than 'cohort'?!) you can adjust your schedule to reflect your designated dates.
Cohorts will be announced as soon as registration for Dainty Dames has closed.
If you'd like a printable copy, here's the PDF version.
>> Set up Slack
For easy group communication, we've set up Slack (an app for direct and group messaging). You'll receive an invitation to the main channel, but if you need to find the workspace it's here.
You can also download the desktop and/or mobile phone version. Be sure you enable notifications in some form (audio or visual) so you don't miss any of the action!
- Excited for the women I love, admire and believe in MOST to know, see and champion one another.
- I'm nervous I won't be enough or know what to do/say. You can help me by reminding me this is bigger than my beautiful brain; this is about bringing the biggest, best parts of me which are my heart, spirit and intuition.
- Excited about going to Hilton Head with my husband, Tom, for a month and trying out this virtual work from someplace warm thing!
- Figuring out how to expand my reach with my work, how to get a speaking gig, how to run a virtual "challenge" or some other automated thing, how to lead larger retreats and do more virtual work or create online content... basically how to reach more women with a sustainable amount of effort.
- I left my corporate day job last week. And I am excited to build a new, more intentionally integrated foundation for my life and work and to collaborate with kindred spirits to leverage our strengths and shake things up around here.
- I need help with my tendency to hide out and stay small in order to avoid feeling judged. And I am nervous (happy) knowing that playing big is what we are all here to do.