Three Ways to Prepare for Making Things Happen
Happy Friday, friends! We are so grateful to know the names of each and every one of the lucky ladies joining us for our March 2018 Making Things Happen Intensive! The Making Things Happen Intensive is our in-person two-day workshop. Under the fearless leadership of our founder, Lara Casey, we answer the hard questions, grow in community, and take a deep dive into our plans to cultivate what matters. It’s always one of the highlights of our year!
We sold out more quickly than usual for this conference, and your enthusiasm gives us extra joy and energy as we prepare to welcome you to Chapel Hill! If you are interested in Making Things Happen but did not sign up this time, do not despair! We expect to have a fall event, and the best way to be the first to know is to sign up for our email updates here.
If you are one of our March 2018 attendees, here are three things you can do now to prepare well for the conference!
- Keep an Open Mind. To get the most out of your Making Things Happen experience, clear your agenda. Admittedly, I made the mistake of coming to MTH with a plan. If you have something you’d like to work out in your heart and head, that’s great. But be careful not to decide exactly what you plan to accomplish in your two days in Chapel Hill. You may miss something better. Our MTH process works, and the only thing you need to do is trust the process and give it your all in the moment.
- Observe Your Life. While keeping that first point in mind, start observing your life a little more closely. You don’t have to come to any big decisions, but just study your current state of affairs. Include the big and small things. What emotions are you feeling most often? How are you spending your limited time? What habits do you regularly keep? What does your behavior say about your priorities? Tune in and collect some good data over these next two months.
- Expect Good Things with Confidence. I’m so proud of each of you for taking the leap to attend MTH! It takes bravery to make a big investment in yourself and be open to change. I know, because I’ve been there! Know that everyone else in the room is likely a little nervous to commit to change, hoping to make some friends, and a little hesitant about opening up and being vulnerable. Remind yourself that you are loved and worthy. Your story is valuable and inspiring. Come to Chapel Hill ready to embrace the experience, and I know you won’t regret it!
Not joining us at this Spring’s MTH Conference? That’s okay! These three tips can apply to how you approach your personal PowerSheets Prep Work, too!
If you’re an MTH alum, we’d love to hear what other tips you might add in the comments!Again, if you are interested in joining us for a future conference, sign up for our email updates so you’ll be the first to know when tickets go on sale!