The Called Woman 2014 Reinvention Convention will take place this Saturday on March 15th in Marietta from 9-4pm. Ladies will spend a day discovering their calling and how to best reinvent their life. Co-founder Lynne Watts said, "Whenever I talk to women about finding their passion and then taking action, I usually bump into the same tough questions and concerns. That's why I created the Called Woman Conference 2014, The Reinvention Convention. I wanted to provide answers and support to living your best life NOW." The Conference offers speakers who will encourage, empower and challenge attendees with topics including: Unleashing Your Creativity, Finding Your Passion with Clarity and Focus, Social Media and You, Be Your Own Boss and Mindset.
Recent studies revealed that only 53% of Americans were content with their jobs and less than 10% were truly satisfied. But what if you could actually spend a whole day learning how to reinvent yourself and networking and interacting with like minded women? With today's uncertain economy, it's more imperative than ever that people find a fulfilling path they can grow and thrive in with purpose and passion. Three Georgia women are sponsors of the conference; Cherokee County educator Lynne Watts, Kathy Brunner and Kim Wiggins have made their passions happen and are thrilled to be sharing their expertise with the participants. Other speakers include Joel Boggess, Erin Shaw, Joanne Miller, Nadine Mullings, Colleen Miller and Sheri Barnes
The Called Woman Conference is being held at MUST Ministries in Marietta on Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 9-4. Lunch is included with the registration. Watts suggests you register and bring along your mom, daughter, sister, colleague or friend who needs a little inspiration and some ideas to reinvent herself as well. All attendees will receive a copy of The Call: Perfect Dream, Imperfect Life in the Called Woman and a goodie bag provided by our Sponsor: Revive Day Spa in Woodstock, and downloads of webinars with 8 of our speakers discussing their areas of expertise.Registration for the conference is at http://acalledwoman.com. Information about speakers, topics and schedules can be found on this site as well.