|Date:||February 22, 2018|
|Event:||Master Mentoring Mini Workshop|
|Topic:||Master Mentoring Mini Workshop|
|Registration:||Click here to register.|
Over 5 hours we will work together to map out your mentoring program. If you can’t make it live, now worries you’ll have access to the replays so you can work at your own pace.
Would you like to start your own youth mentoring program?
Mastering Mentoring Mini Workshop covers:
Tons of people are eager to tap into their passion, share their expertise and impact their communities by starting youth mentoring programs. Are you one of them?
Now is the time! Start your program and make a difference in your community. Sign up for the workshop here: http://reginacoley.com/master-mentoring-mini-workshop/
Ready to REALLY invest in your program? Check out our 12 week Masterclass. For full details visit http://reginacoley.com/called-to-cultivate
MotivatHER Inc. is in need of an Executive Assistant! The ideal candidate would be someone who can manage both digital and in person events and is local to the metro Atlanta area.
OBJECTIVE: To provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, and perform clerical functions.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR: The ideal candidate will have experience providing administrative support for an influential brand, will be awesome at multitasking and will have great communication skills.
Our Executive Assistant will primarily be responsible for:
COMMITMENT: This is a virtual and partial in person position. You will be an independent contractor and must supply your own computer, internet, and phone. You MUST be available during normal business hours (M-F, 9:00 am to 6 pm) Eastern Time. Critical business items, customer replies, updates and reports must be provided during normal business hours. Position requires a 6 to 8 month commitment with at least 15 hours per week to start. This position must be local to Atlanta, GA as we will be meeting in person monthly.
I’m so excited about the next endeavor for providing you with excellent content to live on purpose and in your purpose. The Called to Cultivate Podcast is officially now in the iTunes store and is ready for you to download!
The podcast will release a new episode every Thursday so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode.
This is an extension of our Called to Cultivate Community and it’s a great way to learn more about teaching and empowering others. As always I’ll be sharing more about my experiences in running a youth development/mentoring program, experiences as an Educator, and things I’m currently working on (and you can too) in your empowerment business.
You can always check out the official podcast page here to listen to episodes, download resources and episodes and get show notes.
Subscribe today on iTunes so each new episode goes straight to your favorite device. Leave me a positive review (I’m a teacher, I love feedback).
Happy Holidays everyone.
I often hear really great youth developers say “I know what I want to do, but I just need to work my plan on how to do it.” Raise your hand if you know you should be doing more to empower youth but you lack a clear strategy on delivery and you often get frustrated with your message?
If your hand is up I’ve got a solution for you!
Inside my E.M.P.O.W.E.R System let me show you how to create content through blogging, teaching, speaking, and creating tools that will keep your youth community coming back for more.
Who Is This For?
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“Oooh girl I love your new ride.”
“It’s a rental. You know fake it until you make it.”
“Mmmhmmm I know that’s right.”
I’ve heard this and so many other scenarios of people who are just dabbling close to success but aren’t actually there and feel confidently justified in the “fake til you make it” syndrome. I think this is a terrible idea to share with anyone, especially our young people.
Why? It’s creates a false work ethic. You have some people who can understand how close they are to achieving a goal and are continuing to work hard in the midst. Then you have others who are okay faking their success period and aren’t working towards anything at all. They can make it look a certain way for their friends, social media and talk a really good talk but aren’t doing a darn thing.
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I remember being a tween and well into my teenage years I loved looking in fashion magazines. I was tall and lean and adorable (hehe) and everyone would tell me I should model. I looked to the fashion magazines to see what I would wear if in fact I could ever become a model.
I was an only child but not spoiled. I knew my mom worked hard for every dime she brought in that house and I felt like begging for clothes was pointless. But my mom knew as a young girl I needed and wanted clothes so sometimes I’d come home to shopping bags on the bed and I’d excitingly rush over and see what was inside. Needless to say it wasn’t what was in those fashion magazines or to my surprise even what my friends were wearing.
I didn’t want to appear ungrateful so I would smile and say thank you and try them on anyways. My mom used to dress me for my height and size with clothes that fit well and looked good on me. However my appreciation for them at the time was little to none because it wasn’t the clothes my friends were wearing.
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