I love creating unique and immersive events. You might say, “Joya, how does that help me in business?”
I’ve been hosting my women’s events long enough to have been in front of hundreds of ladies. Networking doesn’t come naturally to some. Others get tongue-tied and freeze once in the room.
I’m creating all kinds of ways for you to have a shared experience as a group. The room is full of women from many different verticals. The networking comes easier because you already had one experience together. You already have handles for conversation.
Saturday April 1st, we host a Mastermind conversation. What is a challenge you are experiencing in your business?
A group of senior women leaders gather round a table. You crowdsource an answer by leveraging 7 other intelligent minds. But, first, I wish to treat you to an art related experience.
Wagenchi Mutu was the first artist to have her work featured on the front facade of the Metropolitan Museum of Art since the building was completed in 1902. She is Kenyan American. Has her studio in Brooklyn. She wished to spark a conversation on feminism with her 800 pound sculptures.
Mutu made four free standing sculptures. No weight would rest on their heads. Instead, the women figures would be seated, arms and hands empty. Queen-like.
“Release these women from their strenuous responsibilities and give them the respect that they are owed,” said Mutu.
Saturday, April 1st from 1:30-3pm, docent and art educator Helen Lee will give us a tour and talk, featuring a retrospective of Wangechi Mutu’s works at the New Museum in New York City.
But here is the part I am most interested in: The conversation afterwards. I don’t think our best ideas come when we are sitting behind a computer. I think they come when we are out experiencing things.
SO, in this experience
What about Mutu’s could apply to your work? or business?
What is a challenge right now in your business?
Take a minute to fill out this form so I can publish your challenges (privately) to the attendees. This way, folks can start to think about solutions. This way—at the table, it’s a true discussion.