Turn Your Pain Into Power: Share Your Truths

How often do you go to a networking event and it seems like forced interaction with others? You’re asked questions like, what do you do? What brought you here? Then, sip your drink awkwardly wondering what else to say. Now, that I’ve been in Austin for almost 2 years, I don’t only want to exchange business cards, but focus more on cultivating relationships and creating memorable experiences with passionate women who also want to see change in our community.

When I envisioned the “Queens & Conversion” brunch, I knew I wanted to create an intimate experience where women can take the mask off, sit at a table of no more than 15, have authentic conversation with other business-minded women and share empowering stories to encourage one another to keep going.

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Over the weekend, I was joined by an amazing group of women including Social Media Queen Alexis Davis, Creative Queen Ashland Viscosi, Hair Queen Brandelyn Heath-Green, PR Queen Jasmine Vallejo, Girl Power Queen Kay Williams, Health Queen Rakima Dolliole, Fashion Queen Shani Michelle and Cooking Queen Sydney Hardwick at Grand Lux for Queens & Conversation.

For most of us it was our first time meeting, but that didn’t stop us from sharing our truths. We shared painful movements in our lives, how they helped mold who we have become, but most importantly how those circumstances didn’t break us, but made us stronger and wiser. We shared the importance of asking for help and knowing that it doesn’t mean that we’re weak or inadequate, but that we deserve to surround ourselves with reliable and worthy people who can pick us up when we fall. Lastly, we shared how we individually find balance wearing so many hats and make time for ourselves through the chaos and remain faithful through it all.

 

Anyone can speak their mind. It takes more courage and vulnerability to speak your heart.

Much love & many blessings

Founder & CEO

Alexandra Wilson

 

 

 

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    How often do you go to a networking event and it seems like forced interaction with others? You’re asked questions like, what do you do? What brought you here? Then, sip your drink awkwardly wondering what else to say. Now, that I’ve been in Austin for almost 2 years, I don’t only want to exchange business cards, but focus more on cultivating relationships and creating memorable experiences with passionate women who also want to see change in our community.When I envisioned the “Queens & Conversion” brunch, I knew I wanted to create an intimate experience where women can take the mask off, sit at a table of no more than 15, have authentic conversation with other business-minded women and share empowering stories to encourage one another to keep going.Over the weekend, I was joined by an amazing group of women including Social Media Queen Alexis Davis, Creative Queen Ashland Viscosi, Hair Queen Brandelyn Heath-Green, PR Queen Jasmine Vallejo, Girl Power Queen Kay Williams, Health Queen Rakima Dolliole, Fashion Queen Shani Michelle and Cooking Queen Sydney Hardwick at Grand Lux for Queens & Conversation.For most of us it was our first time meeting, but that didn’t stop us from sharing our truths. We shared painful movements in our lives, how they helped mold who we have become, but most importantly how those circumstances didn’t break us, but made us stronger and wiser. We shared the importance of asking for help and knowing that it doesn’t mean that we’re weak or inadequate, but that we deserve to surround ourselves with reliable and worthy people who can pick us up when we fall. Lastly, we shared how we individually find balance wearing so many hats and make time for ourselves through the chaos and remain faithful through it all. 

    Anyone can speak their mind. It takes more courage and vulnerability to speak your heart.

    The next brunch will be held March 26th , if you’re interested in attending please email alexandramarie_a1@yahoo.com for all inquiries.Much love & many blessingsFounder & CEOAlexandra Wilson    Alexandra | February 27, 2017 at 7:27 pm | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p3SJ6C-DA | Comment |    See all comments |

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