We have decided to host two meetings each month in honor of entrepreneurs, networking and collaboration. We wanted a more intimate atmosphere for sharing and engaging in our ideas and concepts and thought it wise to host our events at different venues each week highlighting two of our members and their business.
It is a free group to join, we just ask that you have a business or support the business highlighted each week. Support does not necessarily mean you purchase something, while of course you are invited to do so, referrals and collaboration or exchange is also acceptable!
An example of an exchange would be similar to this:
Alli Douglas offers salsa dance lessons in exchange for a meal prep course with Ire, personal chef. They discuss the logistics of when the work should be done, with no monetary exchange involved.
Our next meetup with be hosted by Anitra, in her home on January 29th, time TBA. Anitra will be introducing us to a mindful coaching practice that she wants to implement in her own business and as an independent coach. We will in a way be the "attendees," and give her the opportunity to practice as well as get valuable feedback from us, the participants. This mock session will be very valuable for her as she grows her business and in turn we will all find useful advice and wisdom for free as a coach.
Secondly, our next meetup will highlight one of our foodie entrepreneurs, Kate Ulicky as she brings samples of some items she is testing for her menu. We get to taste her food, she gets feedback.
If you're interested in joining our group please email Mezclamaggie@gmail.com for the directions to our next meetup. If you're not able to attend but still interested in connecting at future meetups, please reach out with your business ideas or concept and we will get you into our next session!
Kellie will be hosting our first February meetup on Wednesday 2/15 beginning at 5:30pm in Evergreen. The happy hour style event will give participants an introduction to the world of diamonds, where you will be allowed to try on jewelry and network with other attendees. Food will be sponsored also by one of our members, TBA.
Recipe of the week:
Chocolate Ginger Protein Bars, makes 18 bars
Macronutrients: 8.7g Protein, 5.1g Fat, 3.5g Carbs, Total 97kcal/bar
The trick to homemade protein bars is using a protein powder that is thick like soy, vegan or casein protein. Never use water for your liquid because you need the fat to hold them together. If you want them to stay together even more, add IMO syrup as your sweetener and enjoy the extra fiber!