In collaboration with Curious Fox, we are inviting the CYP community to this fantastic workshop.
None of us came with an instruction manual. The path to happiness is not clear or easy.
But what if there was a framework for personal discovery and growth? What if you could plot the course from where you are in your life to where you want to be? What if you could design a map to craft your unique path in life and love?
Join us as we explore the pathway to tapping into our needs and desires, identifying the barriers that get in the way, and building relationships and lives that are uniquely designed around our individual needs.
In this interactive workshop, you will:
identify the external expectations and the internal fear that impacts the choices you make in your relationships, career, and life
go through the phases of transition to identify what you need to do next to move from where you are to where you want to be
explore the messy middle, when you have one foot in your old life and one foot in your new life
strategize around how you can introduce the new-true you to those around you
create the supply list that will accompany your map, so that you are prepared with the right tools when you inevitably hit difficult terrain
If the person you portray on the outside does not reflect who you are on the inside. If there is a gap between your current life and the life you want. If you have the desire and are looking for the tools to craft a path that brings you to your unique truth, success, and joy. Then this workshop is for you.
There is more of you and the world to be discovered. Join us in designing the personal roadmap that will lead to new and grand discoveries.
Jacqueline Misla, MSW is a change strategist, coach, writer, and facilitator. In addition to being the COO for Curious Fox, Jacqueline is a consultant for multi-million dollar companies, government agencies, and small startups, helping them deepen their impact by creating positive sustainable change. Recently, Jacqueline founded Crafting Your Path, an organization focused on helping people push past external expectations and internal criticism to embrace and act on the fullness of who they are.
After years of working hard to live, behave, dress, and love the way she was expected to, Jacqueline found that she was successful, but not happy. It took two significant moments and years of self-work for her to understand the expectations and fears that were getting in her way. By leveraging her writing, her art, her network, and years of experience in organizational development, Jacqueline turned her journey into a platform to help others identify the paths that are meant for them.
Doors at 7:00 PM. Workshop at 7:30 PM. Socializing at 9:00 PM.
Curious Fox Social is dedicated to diversity in every way: gender, race, age, orientation, neurology, ability, ideology… We'd love to see everyone represented. No promises, no pressure. Just curiosity!
NEW POLICY: Volunteers are reimbursed for their event ticket at the door. For volunteer opportunities please follow this link: https://airtable.com/shr8Suh0KEnutLPyu
Drinks and snacks available for purchase.
The limited number of seats means that we cannot offer refunds. You will receive credit for the next event if cancellations are made more than 24 hours in advance. If you realize you cannot come, have a friend take your spot!
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ARE YOU A CURIOUS FOX?
Curious: An engaged interest, a desire for discovery, a dedication to growth.
Fox: In Japanese culture foxes (kitsune) are believed to possess high intelligence, long life, and magical powers as well as being faithful guardians, friends, lovers, and partners.
Combined, Curious Foxes will approach new situations with an open mind, wisdom, and humility. They will explore together while challenging themselves to look within. Curious Foxes know how to ask questions with purpose while being able to listen fully and authentically to their answers. Curious Foxes stay curious.