Synergy Success Circle Q & A
What’s our Mission?
To help women who are juggling career and family balance their energy, purpose, well-being, & success in both their personaland professional lives. We meet to share inspiration, motivation, networking ideas, & tips on creating work/life balance that we all deserve. Together Everyone Achieves More! “Because you have to do it by yourself, and you can’t do it alone.” (Martin Ritte)
Do I have to attend every meeting?
No. There is no requirement for attendance to be part of our circle. The meetings are fun, relaxed, informative, each designed around a topic for just that meeting. This group is about serving you in the highest way, whatever your needs related may be. We offer a discount to pre-pay for the year, as you may find it a very helpful way to hold yourself accountable to take the “you-time” you deserve!
When and Where do we meet?
For your convenience and flexibility we have two meeting options each and every month. First a lunch meeting held onWednesdays from 11:30-1:00 p.m.
Second a dinner meeting held on Thursdays from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
You are welcome to mix them up either because of your schedule, or to network with twice as many great ladies. Circles are always held at McAlister’s Deli in Harrisonburg.
What is the Synergy Success Spotlight?
Someone signs up to “take the spotlight” for about 10 minutes to share about a product or a service they provide through their own business, something they’re doing that makes work/life balance easier and more fun, or maybe their story or challenges they are facing. This is a powerful way to get to know and help support each other. If it’s important to you, and it relates to us staying happy, healthy, and strong, then we’re all ears!
What’s the Cost?
Come Visit for FREE! Then $15/meeting or pre-pay for the year for $165 (save $15)
Tip: Some employers are happy to cover the cost of membership, as it helps spread Healthy, positive energy in the workplace! If you own your own business, your meals and meeting fees may be tax deductible, so check with your accountant, and be sure to request and keep receipts.