"Pursuing Your Passion While
Maintaining Your Sanity"
You are cordially invited to join us for e-BlackWomenNetwork's inaugural business networking luncheon on Saturday, July 21, 2012, 12 - 2 p.m. at Brio Tuscan Grille, International Plaza, 2223 N. Westshore Boulevard, Tampa, FL.
This luncheon is designed for the Black business woman who is feeling frazzled, overwhelmed and lost in the process of juggling a business, perhaps a job, family and home. If you wonder if you’ll be able to pursue your vision of a profitable business while maintaining your sanity, or if you live for the weekends so you can catch your breath, this luncheon is especially for you.
Come out and be mesmerized by Dr. Stacey Pearson-Wharton, Executive Director, University of Central Florida Counseling Center.
Attendees will learn:
- There is no “perfect balance” and why that is okay.
- How to stay focused on your vision and not become distracted by bumps on the road of life.
- A simple, yet highly effective and inexpensive tool to jumpstart your vision whether it is a profitable business, getting a college degree, losing weight, writing a book. This tool can be adapted to any and all visions!
Are you ready to get unleashed?
- How much longer are you willing to struggle and not provide your gift to the world?
- How long will it take for you to just give up and shelve your grand vision?
- What does delaying your vision and dream cost you?
- What if you were able to focus all your energy on the things that support, feed, and uplift you? How would your life change? How would you feel?
About Dr. Stacey Pearson-Wharton
Dr. Stacey Pearson-Wharton is a psychologist, community activist and motivational speaker. Tackling the sensitive subjects that many other speakers avoid, Stacey has devoted her life to African American women of all backgrounds helping them overcome emotional issues that hold them back from their true potential. As Director of the Counseling Center for the University of Central Florida, Dr. Pearson-Wharton specializes in issues related to eating disorders, feelings of loneliness and overcoming the hurdles of racial prejudice. She leads the university’s mental health efforts and is Director of Equity and Inclusion for the American College Personnel Association and serves on its Governing Board.
Click here to register for the luncheon or to purchase a vendor table