Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the chance to hop on the phone to chat with potential Inspired Retreat attendees to walk through if our four-day implementation weekend retreat is right for them. (You might be surprised to learn that I often tell women that Inspired Retreat might not be the best investment for them at this specific point in time in their business.) So how do you know if Inspired Retreat is the perfect next step to help you find the success, community, and balance you crave?
When I started my stationery and wedding businesses, I intentionally sought out educational workshops and conferences.
I knew that they held powerful insights and knowledge, not to mention the key to new networking and referral possibilities—so I signed up for as many as I could within my business budget. But making the decision to invest in a premium educational experience for your business is not an easy one.
Bigger is better? Nope. Smaller conferences and retreats offer a whole lot of advantages over larger conferences. (That’s not to say I don’t participate and still attend conferences, because I do, but there's something magical about a smaller gathering.)
If you're hesitating on investing your money and time in Inspired Retreat, know that you aren't alone.
Over 200 beautiful, creative women have attended Inspired Retreat since it launched in 2012 and every single one of them questioned themselves before making the leap and joining me on this wonderful journey.
I'm thrilled to be announcing that the 11th Inspired Retreat will be this spring at the beautiful Evans Mill outside Nashville, Tennessee. This year, we'll be gathering at our little home-away-from-home on Thursday, May 3 — Sunday, May 6, 2018.
This week we’re putting the #InspiredMakerMonday spotlight on Jamie Kutchman Wynne of Marigold & Grey. Jamie and her team create fabulous gifts for weddings and corporate events, offering pre-made gifts or working from scratch to make a custom-made gifts for your event.
Anne attended Inspired Retreat in the Fall of 2016, and she has made some serious changes to her business strategy since. She’s upgraded her systems, prioritized her self care, and even started working on a third (yes, THIRD) business!