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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Nov 06, 2008-
Nov 06, 2008
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Learn How Savvy Women Cultivate Growth & Balance In Business & Life!
Every woman has the intention to grow and thrive in her chosen profession.
Napa,
1301 First St., Napa, CA 94559
Event Description

The Gonzales Group of Napa and Solano County

cordially invites you to an informational workshop.

Sherry McKillop, founder of Follow Your Compass, will show you how to look through the

intuitive lenses of earth, wind, fire and water to set the stage for optimal growth and balance. An

understanding of how these elements impact your circle of influence will bring clarity to areas of

frustration. It will assist you in cultivating better communication and provide a solid platform for increased

productivity and profitability.

This insightful seminar is for women who are serious about improving themselves, their

business, their financial independence, and their legacy.

Join us for appetizers and a relaxed and informative time

at the exclusive Quent Cordair Fine Art Gallery

Date:

Thursday, November 6th

Time:

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Place: Quent Cordair Fine Art Gallery 1302 First St. Napa, CA 94559

Call: (800) 637-NAPA (6272)

to reserve a place for you and a co-worker or family member.

or email Gonzales_Group@ML.com

Admission is FREE but seating is limited.

 
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Cory Haynes     Email: gonzales_group@ml.com
Phone: 800-637-6272      Fax: 707-703-1174

 

 

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