Do you remember those crazy Chia Pets®? The little terra-cotta animals with a rough surface that you soaked in water, spread with tiny little chia seeds, and placed on a window sill. Within three days you had a cute “wooly” pet growing contentedly in your window. You could scrub off the sprouts and start all over again when the plants started to die.
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Imagine if you could take a break from the daily routine of running your business, and instead, cruise around the world tickling the ivories, sharing your passion of music with others, and enjoy exploring foreign ports of call in every corner of the world. Sounds fabulous doesn’t it? Some women just seem to have all the luck!
Kari is in the kitchen cooking up family friendly home cooked meals, sharing lively conversations, and creating her own unique brand of entrepreneurial success, and it is all delicious! Kari’s Kitchen is an inviting and welcoming place where people gather to learn the art of cooking heartwarming family meals, to network and connect, and to celebrate life’s special events.
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Nestled in the forgotten North coast of Mendocino county is an amazing soul nurturing retreat that is the perfect for escape from the busy demands of the our hectic lives where literally all there is to do is spend time together, talk intimately about what is important in life, read a good book, walk on the beach, and eat decadently prepared breakfast in bed. It is the perfect place to disconnect from the wired world for a weekend of spiritual renewal focused on reconnecting with the glorious beauty of nature.
Sometimes life plays wicked little tricks on us and we get “frozen” in a pattern of behaviors that keep us stuck right where we do not want to be and at the same time we are unable to move forward towards our own goals. At times like these what we need is a reset button to get us back to a positive state where we can begin to move forward again.
In “To Find Happiness, Forget Passion” a Harvard Business Review blog post, Oliver Segovia writes that “Happiness comes from the intersection of what you love, what you’re good at, and what the world needs.” As soon as I read it, it struck a chord in my heart and my soul. This is the essence, the core, the base foundation of what makes women entrepreneurs successful. I call it finding your sweet spot.