March 17, 2019 1-5 pm CT
You’re feeling lonely and disconnected, but who do you talk to about that? If you're forced to make small-talk about the weather, or get pulled into local gossip one more time, you might break out your ugly cry. You want to talk about things that actually matter. You fear you’re squandering your potential and that the big dreams you used to have will have to stay on the shelf—permanently. You don't understand how people are so OK with things being just OK. You worry that you’ll never be able to make changes—to anything. That the mindset of "this is the way we've always done it" will win. To you, that sounds a lot like resignation. Like living smaller than you should. Like settling. And you do not settle.
You know you who are and you feel empowered to step out and shine brightly, confident that what you have to offer the world is important and valuable. You have “people”—life-giving friendships who support the real you. You honor yourself enough to know when it’s time to let go of the people and things that no longer serve you. When life doesn’t work out like you planned, you can see those moments for the lessons they hold. You do what you can with what you have right where you are; you don’t hold off living until everything is “perfect”. You don’t wait. You don’t procrastinate. Every day, you take action that moves you closer to your dreams.
I’m Rebecca Undem, a personal development coach who works with ambitious women in small towns who are tired of playing small. I help them find their courage and confidence so that they can live the big life they always imagined—right in their small town. You are worth fighting for. With all the roles you have to play, you can’t possibly show up for any of them if you are not first supported and nurtured.
With The B.I.G. Life Retreat, you’ll:
A practical, simple framework and plan: Living B.I.G. in your small town isn't just a catchy concept—it's a life strategy; 'B' stands for Bold, 'I' for Inspired, and 'G' for choosing Growth. Through a combination of hands-on activities and classroom-style (the fun kind) training, you’ll develop a customized action plan to fit life. Playing small will no longer be an option.
Physical goodies! Yes, for a woman like you, learning is fun all on its own, but seriously, this is the really fun part! The week before the retreat, you'll receive a box of physical goodies. Throughout the retreat, we'll be "unboxing" it as the session unfolds! The value of items in this curated magical box of goodness is nearly $100! No peeking!
A support network: The kind that will only bring over a casserole if you ask. Finding new people to learn and grow from in a small town is next to impossible. Through the retreat experience and a private Facebook group, The B.I.G. Life retreat provides the safe environment to ask for help and celebrate your wins, all while knowing that no one is gossipping or talking smack about you. (A far cry from what tends to happen on Main Street.) Imagine engaging in conversation that's more stimulating than your small town bar-talk.
Here’s how to get started.
Step 1. Make your payment here. Step 2. Within 24 hours of making your payment, you’ll receive an email from me with what to expect next. Step 3. On March 17, we’ll meet live to live bigger together!
Have questions? Email me at email@example.com or check out the FAQ below.
Q: What's your refund policy?
A: Your ticket purchase is final. You can give your ticket to a friend if you like, but they better be at least as cool...choose wisely.
Q: I'd like to attend, but I'm unavailable on that date. Can I watch the replay?
A: Because this is a live event, there will not be a replay option. I know...commitment. (Dammit.)
Q: Do I need any specific technology to attend?
A: We'll be meeting over Zoom, a web-based webinar platform. When you register, you'll get more instructions for how to test it beforehand because there's nothing worse than sweating about technology 2 minutes before go-time.
Q: Will I be on video?
A: Yes. This is an interactive session so there will be times when you're on video, so please minimize all distractions (including kids and other family members!) so you can focus and invest this time in yourself. Showering is suggested; pants are still optional. (This is a judgment-free zone.)
© Rebecca Undem, LLC, 2018