Do you feel that you and your business are capable of so much more?
Do you feel like you aren’t seen, heard or valued?
Then you’re in the right place.
The League of Extraordinary Women is a community of connected and inspired women who realize that by growing our character through community, we’re empowered to propel our businesses.
You belong, you’re cherished and you’re valuable.
- understand how being a woman is your strongest asset in your business.
- know how to tap into your inherent resiliency, which is what you need to get us through the hard times.
- redefine what self care means and how it directly impacts the bottom line of your business.
All of our Forums are limited to 30 women. It’s important to us that we create an experience where all of the women who join us feel seen, valued and heard. This is not your typical event with 100+ women, it’s small and intimate.
Throughout the time that we worked together, Ciel’s powerful questions, fierce challenges, gentle presence, and insightful offerings continued to move me into greater connection with the possibilities swirling around my life. I am grateful for the support that I gained from Ciel and still draw learning from the coaching conversations that we shared.
I met Jodi Tucker in 2013 and was inspired by her knowledge, conviction and caring heart. I have been able to consult with Jodi on a couple of projects and she was able to provide me with some incredible insight both in working with clients and administration professionals. I have found working with Jodi to both a positive and inspiring experience; I have enjoyed working with Jodi because of her quest for knowledge, multi-dimensional view of the task at hand and her strong and compassionate leadership skills.
When I first started working with Brenda I felt like a paper doll that was crumpled and packed down into the garbage, I was ‘small me’ and I wanted to learn how to be the full version of myself. Working with Brenda unfolded me and smoothed out the creases so that I was upright, without all of this gravity pressing down on me. I learned to take tentative steps practicing being the full version of myself and eventually I wasn’t practicing anymore, I was ‘being’.