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Sunday, September 30th, 2018 – IMPACT
Join us for a evening of IMPACT! Community Impact
Our guest speakers will discuss the importance of IMPACT: PURPOSE, INTENTION, GOAL- SETTING, LEGACY and much more.
Panel discussion, give-aways and much more. Join us for an engaging evening. IMPACTing others and our COMMUNITY. We will discuss the importance of setting goals, pursuing passion, finances and living an impacting life.
We INSPIRE, EDUCATE and EMPOWER
Nicole O. Salmon, Leadership & Lifestyle Coach, www.nicoleosalmon.com
Victor Beausoleil, Co-Founder of Intuit Consulting, www.IntuitConsulting.ca
Stacey Ann Berry, CEO BStellar Consulting Group, bstellargroup.com
Sunday, September 30th, 2018, Gospel Cafe – 5120 Dixie Rd. Mississauga, ON, L4W4K2, Doors Open at 3:30, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Cost – $30
IMPACT Adult Ticket
General Admission for IMPACT Adult Admission – Sunday, September 30th, 2018,
Youth 16 to 18 years old
YOUTH TICKET 16 to 18 Years Old
OMSA Retreat 2018 – March 23 to 25th, 2018
Goal Planning Saturday, February 10th, 2018
Moving Forward with Purpose
Passion 4 Dreams invites you to attend this dynamic networking opportunity for ladies. You will grow, learn and develop with other women. Join us for an interactive panel discussion, creating your personalized vision board, setting goals, learning about financial literacy and education. A great opportunity to network with like-minded, goal-oriented and dedicated women who are moving forward with purpose. Our guest speakers will share some of their challenges, setbacks and how they achieved their own goals. “Goals on the road to achievement cannot be achieved without discipline and consistency.” Denzel Washington
After purchasing your ticket, please ensure to email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive specific details regarding the event.
Guest Speakers Bio
Sally Gouveia – Investors Group – Holistic Financial Planner
Sally.email@example.com or 416-845-7465
“I want to get the word out”
My clients are typically individuals or families looking to maximize their income by having it work for them. Together we creatively come up with strategies that work best for you. The key ingredient; the implementation of a plan made specifically for you. This will enable you to reach your financial goals during each stage of your journey and allow you to focus more on creating memories. Celebrating achievements is too much fun to pass up! It all started at a young age for me. My father, who is a farmer taught me the importance of money and hard work. When I had received ‘gift money’ at seven, we walked to the bank and opened up my first savings account. I later invested in RRSP’s which I used towards a down payment in my mid-twenties on my first home. The last two decades I spent working with finances, banks and credit. This assisted in paying for my York University education but also peaked my interest into this vast landscape of managing money, maximizing this ever changing legislation, interest rates and the list goes on.
I want to get the word out. We all deserve to have our money work for us and celebrate with our loved ones when we reach our goals, so I plan to pay it forward. I look forward to getting to know you and your family. Creating these precious memories that we get to relive in our hearts is truly what this life is all about. Sally.firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-845-7465
Nana Abraham is the author of “For Black Girls” a coming of age mentorship book that discusses identity, family relationships, health, and beauty while encouraging decision making, visioning, and goal setting for the future. Nana shares from her own life experiences growing up as a proud ‘Torontonian’ with West African roots.
Nana earned her B.A in psychology from York University in 2002 and has spent the last 15 years actively mentoring young women in many capacities. Currently she works as a child and youth worker for The Scott Mission in the heart of Toronto. Her focus has been youth from one of Toronto’s priority neighbourhoods. She has served them through after school programs, assisting their success in the classroom and organizing retreats and outings. Nana has designed leadership-in-training curriculums for The Scott Mission Camp and for their inner city programs. In addition she has volunteered and worked within the Toronto District School Board in different capacities during the last 20 years, giving support to students.
She has a passion for literacy and education, she also enjoys blogging and telling stories. She wants to see an entire generation take charge of their future. Her first book, For Black Girls, is only the beginning.
Kat Leaonard, TV Host, musical comedian, body confidence advocate
I’m about singing, dancing, laughing, and finishing a bag of chips in one go.
Kat Leonard is a motivational speaker who uses the combined forces of music and comedy, levity and wit, in order to help people build confidence, creativity, healthy body image and self-esteem. She does this through performances, workshops and conversation engagements on TV and online. Whichever way you digest it, your experience with Kat will be feisty and dynamic, heartfelt and hilarious, leaving you with the drunken joy of a sugar rush and the guts to dare to live.
Kat has a degree in Science that hangs limp on a wall and a diploma in TV/Film Production that she puts to practical use. She is also a graduate of The Second City Conservatory and Tracey Erin Smith’s Soulo Theatre Workshop.
Kat’s touring show and workshop Myselfie is a musical comedic approach to loving your body, promoting healthy body image and self-esteem. It is available for schools, conferences, corporate events, house parties and other general good times. The material can be customized and delivered in censored and uncensored versions. 😉
Kat currently produces and hosts The Curve with Meghan Bradley of Curvy Expo. The Curve is a healthy deviation from the straight and narrow, broadening the scope of mainstream media.
Kat is Artistic Director of Let’s Make Good Productions and WonderFest, the TV show and series of workshops and concerts spreading empowerment through art.
Kat is also a freelance voiceover artist, host and panel moderator.
For booking inquiries please contact email@example.com
Performance and Workshop building healthy body image and self-esteem!
June 2 to June 4, 2017, Ladies Weekend @ Blue Mountain
Ladies Weekend Getaway! When is the last time you went away for a ladies weekend? Join us for a weekend of empowerment and inspiration. Discussions include: Self-Care, Goal Planning and Mental Health. As ladies we must take care of ourselves before we can care for others. Join us June 2nd to June 4th.
Video Highlights from Blue Mountain Ladies Weekend
March Break Event: Friday March 17th, Family Indoor Park
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and reservations.
Families are invited to join us. Indoor park located in Mississauga. Network with other families. A great indoor playtime for the children.
- Games: Pool Table, Foosball Table, Basketball, Air Hockey.
- Play Area: Inflatable Bouncer, Carnival Fun Wall.
Theatre Room: Stage with CD/DVD Player.
Lounge Area: Leather Seating with Fireplace.
Black History Event: Passion 4 Dreams Inc. Presents: Building Stronger Communities Together.
Symphony Banquet Hall: 959 Derry Rd. East. Mississauga. In celebration of Black History Month, we will come together as a community and support local artists and entrepreneurs from the Black Community. We invite everyone to join us, as we celebrate Black History Month together. Saturday, February 25th, 6pm to 10pm
Goal Planning Event: Ongoing for 2017
For more information on our next goal planning session, please contact us.
Goal planning workshops scheduled throughout 2017 at various locations in GTA and Peel Region. Our Goal Planning Workshops are interactive. “It’s not enough to plan without writing down the steps to accomplishing your plans. Planning is like a guide and gives direction.” © 2017 -Natalee Johnson
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