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Join us at the Fall Making Things Happen Intensive!

by Laura Kashner April 18, 2016 0 Comments

Friends! Have you seen the brand new Making Things Happen Intensive website?We’re so proud of all that our alumni have accomplished in life and business, and we love that our new site echoes the excitement, joy, and community that come with each new MTH class and their big ideas. It’s been on our hearts to give the old site a redesign so we can better share with all of our future attendees what MTH is really like - community-driven, full of honest work, joyful, peaceful, and awe-inspiring.

One of the best takeaways of MTH is gaining new friendships with people who share the priorities that you do. We love that MTH alums can reconnect on the PowerSheets Community Site and keep those relationships flourishing.

We hope you’ll take a minute to check out the new site! You’ll be able to:

And last, but not least!

You can now register for the next Making Things Happen Intensive on October 17-18 in Chapel Hill! 

Grab you ticket here before the early-bird rate ends on July 1!

Will you be joining us this fall? We hope to see you there!

Laura Kashner
Laura Kashner



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