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April 22, 2016


by wictseblog

By Jamie Miller, WICT Southeast Senior Director of Programming

Create Your Own Vision Board

There’s an app for that, but it will be more fun to get together in person during our upcoming Create Your Own Vision Board Workshops. First up is in Knoxville on May 4th, and there are still spots available so register here. Vision boards help you focus on personal and professional goals in a hands-on way with a finished product you see each day to remind you to keep working toward your goals. With our 2016 Chapter Touchstone to Know Yourself, the Programming Committee is planning events to help each of our members be more in touch with themselves.

The Defining Series

Coming up in Atlanta on May 19th is the start of The Defining Series, a three-part series challenging members to dive deeper into the process of self-discovery through three key exercises. In Part One, attendees will view and discuss a Ted Talk and then create short-term and long-term action plans. They will be paired with accountability partners to encourage each other in working toward their goals. Even if you cannot attend the event, you can join the continuing conversation on social media. Registration will be open soon.

WICT Southeast development programming is FREE for members! We strive to serve our membership with in-person events in Nashville, Knoxville and Atlanta, as well as distance learning opportunities with webinars and live streaming or recordings of events. Please stay tuned for announcements of upcoming events in our newsletters and on our website, .

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