How to Fuel Your Creative Soul in the World of Bosses, Bills, and Busy Schedules
Third Thursday Salon - Carlee Myers, A Piece of Positivity Studios
April 19, 2018 - 7:00 - 8:30pm
Carlee Myers is an expert at helping people who are unhappy at work (and beyond) use creativity to get their mojo back and make adulting fun.
During this hands-on experience, you’ll learn:
- What is it that you even want to begin with (if you don't know what you want to do, no problem! I can help with that)
- How to find the motivation to step into action
- How to find and keep a job you love
Isn’t it time to use the energy you waste worrying to step into action? Sign up now to start your journey to a fulfilling career.
About Carlee Myers, Founder of APOP Studios:
Carlee Myers is an expert at helping people who are no longer happy in their job or life find their joy again. As a firm believer in creativity, Carlee helps people find their purpose in and outside of work through a combination of coaching, creative expression and experiential activities.
Carlee is most well known for her signature Feeling Salty Workshop, a creative workshop that helps people figure out what they want and have fun doing it. During the workshop, she guides participants through stream of consciousness writing, group discussion and a moving meditation in salt (yes, salt) that has never been taught anywhere else. If you wake up Monday mornings and cringe at the thought of heading into work, or worse, just feel a sense of 'bleh', visit apopstudios.com/loveyourday for a complimentary gift: Your Free 5-Minute Morning Ritual to Go From Dreading Your Day to Loving Your Day (It may just include another uncommon moving meditation that can be done just about anywhere.)
Da Vinci Art Alliance (DVAA)
Third Thursday Salons
February - June 2018
Every Third Thursday, 7pm - 8:30pm
DVAA's Third Thursday Salon series is free of charge and open to the general public. Held monthly, these informal evenings are designed as a resource in which artists, nonprofit and business leaders can share information which enables artists and those interested in the arts to better understand the challenges and opportunities the creative community shares. In the first half of 2018, DVAA will present a diversity of topics and viewpoints, which include: