MONDAY, APRIL 6
Grow, learn and have fun with other mission-driven solopreneurs and creative professionals
Join us for our monthly night of networking for mission-driven and creative solopreneurs. Each month, we'll start with casual mingling and then feature a guest speaker to share insights about a topic relevant to all solopreneurs, whether they run holistic healing, counseling or coaching practices, creative solopreneur ventures, or side hustles.
This month, Mara McLoughlin, MS, CCC-SLP will offer a talk called, The Etiquette of Dating, in which she discusses the ins and outs of pursuing romantic relationships, including::
- Letting someone know you like them;
- Giving compliments;
- Asking someone on a date;
- Accepting rejection;
- Turning someone down; and
- Going on dates.
:: ITINERARY ::
6:30pm to 7pm
Mix and mingle
7pm to 7:30pm
Start discussions on The Etiquette of Dating
7:30pm to 8pm
More mixing and mingling
These informal, small events are FREE but limited to 15 people.
This event is designed to offer festive, casual networking without too much formal talking. If you've ever been to an event and found yourself thinking, "I wish the person with the microphone would wrap this up," this event is for you.
WHAT: Small-ish networking event for solopreneurs and holistic practitioners
WHEN: Monday, April 6, 2020 | 6:30pm to 8pm
FREE (but please RSVP)
6018 SE Stark St.
(6:30pm to 8pm)
WHY: To meet other inspired professionals and learn holistic health and lifestyle tips and meet other like-minded professionals.
HOW: Show up ready to be motivated, open your mind to fresh approaches for your life and business, and connect. Come for as long as you can. Space is limited to 15. RSVP by emailing email@example.com.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Mara McLoughlin, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Mara is a nationally and state certified Speech-Language Pathologist and certified provider of the Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills, or PEERS®, from UCLA's Semel Institute. She has had a special focus on autism spectrum disorders since 2009. Her breadth of experience from early intervention to post-high has afforded her the opportunity to provide intervention for autistic people of varying levels of communication ability. Her business, IRL Social Skills, LLC, brings the PEERS® evidence-based social skills curriculum to adolescents and young adults and their social coaches.