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Two Jacksonville Wachovia Business Owners of the Year Help Other Small Business Owners
Small Business Owners in eastern North Carolina are invited to a Tend to Your Garden - Vision Board Party hosted by Coach Jaynine and Sponsored by The Physical Therapy Clinic, Inc. and American Dream Cakes, Inc.
This is event is made possible by the support of two very prominent business women.
Venue sponsor, Ms. Leanne L. Burns, PT, MPT, Owner, The Physical Therapy Clinic, Inc. has served on the Jacksonville/
Event sponsor, Founder and President of American Dream Cakes, Inc., Ms. Gunilla Kroshus was the Wachovia Small Business Person of the Year for 2012 in Jacksonville, North Carolina and surrounding areas. She has over 10 years of business experience and is always willing to help other business owners live the American Dream through entrepreneurship. For more information about the event sponsor, visit http://www.americandreamcakes.com/
“I am inviting small business owners in the area to my inaugural Vision Board Party. The purpose of the event is for each small business owner to build a vision board or collage of positive images to reflect their goals and pursuits. Participants will have the opportunity to network and discuss the images they select to portray aspirations in their business and personal lives,” said Jaynine Howard, Debt-Free Business Coach and Owner of Dream Catcher.
Attendees will receive a free coaching session on goal setting and the laws of attraction along with Coach Jaynine’s ingredients for success. Then they will get to work on creating their vision boards that can be shared during Hot Seat coaching sessions. Poster board, markers, glue sticks, magazines and a scissors will be provided but participants are encouraged to bring magazines or pictures to use for their vision board and a pair of scissors. Participants will go home with a unique vision board to hang in their workspace and change as their goals are achieved and/or evolve.
“This event aims for the small business owner to tap in to their creative side and choose photos or images to affix to the vision board to represent their goals,” said Howard. “The vision board will become a work in progress as goals are achieved and new goals are set.” “Vision boards are a reminder to why small business owners are working so very hard.”
Dream Catcher was founded in 2006, and is a woman-owned and veteran-owned business. “I’m thankful for all the opportunities to positively impact so many lives and to help shape the careers of so many amazing and talented people,” Coach Jaynine said. “I look forward to helping everyone achieve their goals at my Fall Retreat.” You can learn more about Coach Jaynine and register for her Vision Board Party at http://www.coachjaynine.com/