Fear is powerful and it can either propel or pause us. This session will confront our unhealthy obsession with being fearless rather than more brave, explore the value of being intentionally out of our comfort zone, and make a case that chasing failure is the ticket to increasing core confidence.
Crista Samaras is the founder and CEO of Brave Enterprises, a company that helps people do hard things. She designs programming that is innovative, rooted in science, and based on her 20 years of experience coaching and teaching. A graduate of Princeton University and former lacrosse superstar, Crista traveled the world as she built two lacrosse-based teaching companies, which she sold in 2014. In 2016, she started Brave. In the past 2 years, Crista has facilitated over 100 sessions with nearly 5,000 participants.
Success In Style’s mission is to assist women and men in crisis in becoming employed and self-sufficient. We promote dignity and professionalism through appropriate business attire, practical fashion advice and interview counseling. We enhance our client’s appearance and help them conquer the initial barrier—first impressions. We build self-esteem so our clients radiate the professionalism and confidence necessary to gain employment and build a career. We help improve the quality of life for our clients and their families and the community at large by committing to establish a social culture of equality and respect for all people.
We will be collecting ...
Men's (NEW) black business socks (new, please!)
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BWN began in 1979 as 'The Women's Network' with the goal of providing an informal networking setting for women. In 1992, the group refocused to provide a more formal networking organization and incorporated in November of that year.
A volunteer board of directors runs BWN, which has nearly 200 members representing large and small businesses, non-profits, government and private organizations. Although most members live or work in Howard County, individuals from all over the Baltimore/ Washington Corridor area attend monthly meetings.