Just Let That Sh*t Go
an empowerment workshop
for Black women
Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15, 2022
Online via Zoom
Everyone is unique. We each face challenges that are ours alone. But no matter who we are, we have “mental chatter” that gets in our way--that stops us from moving forward and growing in the ways we want.
This chatter can be especially loud and harsh for Black women. Since we were children, that voice has been telling us to “be strong.” It has been saying that we don’t belong in certain spaces, or that we are “imposters.”
What if you had the skills to quiet that mental chatter and, instead, tune into your own voice of wisdom? In this workshop you will learn the tools to do exactly that.
THIS WORKSHOP MAY BE FOR YOU IF
You often find yourself putting all of your energy into others and have none left for yourself.
You want to make a change, but you feel stuck.
You want to feel less overwhelmed and for life to make more sense.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
How to let go of the noise so that you hear your voice of wisdom.
How to let go of feeling stuck and to see clearly what you want out of life.
How to let go of the beliefs that no longer serve you.
How to show up in your life in a way you’re proud of.
This workshop includes group coaching.
In a small group of ten or fewer, you will receive individual support to clarify your intentions, priorities, and next steps.
By participating in this workshop, you are agreeing to be coached in this group setting.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADERS AND COACHES
Lesli Harper is a professional coach who focuses on working with women of color. She also spent more than a decade working in the mental health field.
Lesli believes that everyone should have the opportunity to live up to their life’s purpose. As a coach, Lesli supports her clients by challenging them to think differently so they can live differently.
Jamie Frank is a transformational coach and licensed attorney. As a coach, she supports social change leaders to be more fulfilled in their lives and effective in their vital work. As an attorney, she helps entrepreneurs design organizational structures and capital-raising strategies to promote economic, racial, and environmental justice.
It is Jamie's mission to help historically marginalized groups thrive. She seeks out organizations led by people of color, particularly women of color, to work with.