Women’s voices are being heard around the world.
And now, more than ever, women are coming together, finding strength in kindness, peacefulness in activism, and power in being unique and united.
Through women empowering women, we discover how to thrive in a challenging world. We learn how to have our voices be heard.
In these times, so many people are seeking deeper meaning – asking the tough questions about purpose and contribution. Am I doing the right thing? Am I doing enough?
Each of us can do something to create positive change and make a difference in the world. Each one of us can answer the calling of our own heart, and stand for what’s important to us.
Fortunately this is also a time of great expansion and opportunity, with more and more ways to connect with like-minded communities, customers, and thought leaders. There are so many people to share with and learn from.
While we may be hesitant, or think of ourselves as limited, we are in fact multidimensional beings, with so many ways to share ourselves and express our gifts.
Are you fully inhabiting your true potential in business, health, relationships, personal empowerment, giving back to the community, and taking charge of your life?
To be fully engaged and empowered in the world, it’s useful to take stock of our whole self – mind, body and soul – and set our priorities from there.
Women from all over the world are traveling to attend the International Women’s Summit, May 4-7 at the Sheraton Grand Downtown Phoenix located 340 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ. The Summit will feature CNN’s Lisa Ling, author of “Eat Pray Love” Elizabeth Gilbert, former host on MSNBC Melissa Harris-Perry and more. Over the three day event women will have the opportunity to network with one another and have meaningful conversations about how to move forward in creating a more peaceful harmonious world.
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Mishka Productions is donating booth space to several non-profit organizations that focus on women and children’s issues. Their presence is intended to provide resources for attendees to get involved in community service in the area they are passionate about.
For more information visit: www.CelebrateYourLife.org