I miss real-life connections, don’t you?
I miss real-life connections.
I am a social being, I love to be around people. As much as I enjoy meeting amazing fempreneurs from all around the world thanks to my online activity, I feel lonely behind my screen.
I dreamt of gathering like-minded women around a fresh glass of rosé, sharing our stories and creating meaningful relationships that would stick, in a laid-back environment where we can breathe and take a break from our busy lives.
So will I.
“We are the sum of the 5 people we spend the most time with.”
I want to be surrounded by thriving female entrepreneurs.
We have so much to share, and I am convinced that we, women, are the best at “community over competition”.
Networking is cool, but it takes time to create meaningful relationships. And when your playground is the whole world, you’re often limited to local events unless you pay a fortune to take part to a big convention.
So I designed what would be my ideal “networking event-vacation-seminar”.
Something I’d want to pay for and that wouldn’t cost me an eye.
I can clearly picture us, a dozen of fempreneurs, gathered in the French vineyards, having breakfast together around a big table under the trees with the crickets buzzing in the nearby vines. Conversations are uplifting, we laugh, we share funny anecdotes on our busy lives.
Today, one of us will give a workshop on a topic we all crave to hear about and that she masters more than any of us.
Then during the free time, some will relax nearby the pool, while others will take a bike tour in the vineyards.
Later, the owner of our domain, who produces her own wines, will give us a workshop on wine making and tasting.
How does it sound?
I can hear the crickets, smell the vines and taste the wine from here…
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