By Leyman Publications
Women Aspire, a Manchester based organisation has organised an event themed “Evolve” table talk dinner and dance for women this coming Saturday, the 24th of November at Trinity Baptist Church , 127 Wellington street, Manchester , M18 8UB from 5pm to 10pm.
The theme was particularly chosen to reflect this time of the year when people pause, ponder, plan and set new goals for their lives. The organisers hope speakers at the end will inspire, encourage and empower the women to start 2019 on a higher note.
They also hope the women will be inspired to not stop becoming the best versions of themselves but to keep on keeping on stretching themselves, adopting new mindsets that confront limiting beliefs. The speakers will speak on identity and self worth, self care, goal setting and developing a winning mindset.
The meeting will aim also to bring the issue of mental health to the forefront of their conversations as well. The organisers hope women will be encouraged to accept and embrace themselves, owning who they are, the power they possess by being true and authentic to who they really are at their core; first to themselves and secondly, to those around them and being unapologetic about these facts. Since this is where true power lies, the Knowledge that each person is born unique, configuration of the brain and thumbprint being unique as well and evidently in comparison, nothing like it on the whole planet.
The women will be treated to a sumptuous two course meal courtesy of Ruth’s Super Kitchen and DJ Forbes will spice the event with music from across the globe. Two experts have been drafted in as main speakers for the event; Dr Catherine Muyeba and Mrs Caroline Motsepe with two directors of Women Aspire Mrs Chimpango and Mrs Kanyenda also to give their talk on selected important topics.
There will be prizes to be won as well through games and raffle draw.
Registration for this event closes on Wednesday, the 21st of November at close of play. See details on the flyer below on how you can book a place.
Women Aspire’s board comprises four ladies who have various skill sets and knowledge covering diverse professional areas including businesses and work. It is such a combination of personal attributes that propelled the women realising that if such is put together, they will be a force to reckon. Apart from the Administrative Secretary Ruth Mbera, the other board members are Mrs Tikhala Chimpango as Chairman, Mrs Mary Kachitsa and Pastor Mrs Mary Kanyenda.
Women Aspire’s objectives is to serve, impact, teach, build, motivate, prepare, embrace, empower and encourage women. This will be implemented through workshops, conferences, seminars and afternoon tea & table talks. Although its name suggests that it will only serve women, but the plan is to cater for all including men and the youth, in other words the organisation will be very inclusive in its delivery.
Areas of operations will include; mental/ physical/emotional/ physical health, marriage issues, relationships in general, education, career advancement, girl empowerment, business, children/ parenting and finance management. Most women in the UK have no avenues where such issues as outlined are addressed, therefore this organisation has been formed at the right time to help them.