So exceptional we forgot to howl!
February's gathering of the Brisbane-based Women Howling at the Moon community was a marvellous event - even though we hardly howled, and here's why. Inside the space of this beaut cafe, the evening was so blessed with women having so much fun finding kindred spirits, feeling comfortable and inspired to share the challenges and dreams they want to see fulfilled ...that we truly forgot about the symbolic delight of howling at la Luna.
Just a few of the delights... the beautiful energy and welcoming. The diversity and sense of connectedness, even though many of us hadn't previously met other attendees. The commitment to making a difference, the sharing and the recognition of how many ways and layers that can happen. The BEING REAL and being a stand for each other. The keenness to continue learning and growing.
Thank you all for who you are. And thank you for your shared enthusiasm for this community.
The evening's focus on 'not settling'; on being you and being exceptional generated vibrant insights, actions and connections for the coming year. Looking forward to hearing the results of your commitments.
The next Women Howling on Friday 6 March features Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr Zohl de Ishtar, CEO of one of the country's most remote Aboriginal women's centres. This will be a conversation that reflects on both the challenges and what opens up when we own and live the gamechanger within us. I look forward to being joined by those women interested in sharing this adventure.
More information and to book.