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How Do Your Priorities Change as You Get Older?

Women Talk

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST)

How Do Your Priorities Change as You Get Older?

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A Journey Through the Decades

From a Woman's Perspective

 

What Changes and What Stays?

Are you in your 20's, 30's, 40's or 50+....?

If so Women Talk are inviting you to hear a different perspective of your past, present or future self!

 

 

It seems 20-somethings are focusing more on daily events than the long-term. 40-somethings, what and how do you prioritize differently in your 40’s than in your 20’s? What do you wish you had prioritized more when you were younger?

We are EXCITED to have a panel of women of different ages, nationalities and status share their journey as part of our Women Talk monthly event.

 


 

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Women Talk Wednesday 28th September 2016 
ICON Hotel, 15 Stuart Street, Luton, LU1 2SA
Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm (light bites included)
*Entry Fee £7.00 (non-members) £5.00 (members)

Contact us on 07956 982923 to reserve your place or email info@womentalk.org.uk 


Lucia, Soray, Jean and other women on our panel will be telling you about their journey throughout the years exploring the topic of change, development and growth on a personal and career level. 

 

They will be giving a voice to women of different decades and different generations to join in a dialogue on how women have been and are dealing with change in their lives. 


Join us for this fun filled, engaging, interactive and lessons learnt evening of what EVERY woman needs to know in life no matter their age! 

 

Women Talk will Inform, Ignite and Inspire YOU to know about.....

 

What are the needs that women have today, and what do you think are their values/vision at various stages of life that determine their priorities.

 

How resilient are we as women in our 20, 30,40,50's and do we become 'thick skinned' as we get older.

 

How do we deal with change in our lives and how does that affect us long term. 


 

"Embrace your restlessness as an opportunity for self-exploration and growth instead of letting it feel disruptive, confusing and scary."

Do you have questions about How Do Your Priorities Change as You Get Older?? Contact Women Talk

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Icon Hotel Luton
15 Stuart Street
LU1 2SA Luton
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST)


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Women Talk

We run a series of talks on topical issues relating to women, we invite you to come along to hear and share your stories.

 Our events run the last Wednesday of the month and include a surprise speaker. Pleasecheck out events page here for the next event.

They are held at The ICON Hotel, 15 Stuart St, Luton, Bedford LU1 2SA from 6.30pm until 8.30pm

Our events are just a mere £3.00 (members only) and £5.00 for (non-members)…price of a coffee! Just bring a friend, a sister, your aunt, your mum, grandmother or any other women you know!! Refreshements incusive of entry fee.

This is a fantastic opportunity for women to meet other women from different backgrounds, cultures, ages and experiences. We run a series of events which have included confidence building seminars, dance sessions, spa breaks, family fun days, training tutorials, effective parenting skills, Friday movie nights and much more!

website: www.womentalk.org.uk | email: info@womentalk.org.uk

 

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