Due to COVID restrictions, all Self-employed Team Building Socials are on hold.
The History of Self-employed Team Building Socials:
Regular followers will know that I started on a whim, but hey that’s how all the best ideas form, Self-Employed Team Building Socials (I could do with a better name). It started with an off the cuff comment about archery which turned into an archery session followed by a developing schedule of dates. Networking is all about building your support network/tribe/community whatever term you want to use. Those in your first generation of contacts are usually the people who help you grow, develop and become your friends, they aren’t usually your ideal customer. Having already built a strong networking community around me it’s not surprising the socials worked so well. The socials are not only a chance to get out in the fresh air, exercise and do something different but providing craft-based sessions enabled some key members to show off their skills and talents and for others too relax and get lost in creativity.
2018 started with the publishing of my #40before40 list and obviously, I’m keen to tick it all off otherwise what’s the actual point. This drive has been a catalyst and motivator in other areas of my life too. The idea of trying out something new, learning new skills and just doing things before I overthink it to death or talk myself out have been key turning points so far this year. I am definitely more focused on doing this year maybe my word of the year “ACTION” is having the desired effect.
Previous Self-employed Team Building Socials :
Archery, Rifle Shooting, Notebook Making, Tomahawk Throwing, Clay Workshop, Trampolining, Beaded Bracelet Making, Adventure Golf, Calligraphy, Christmas Wreath Making, Vision Board Workshop, Powerfan, Colouring In, Fencing, Beeswax Wraps, Abseiling,
Upcoming Self-employed Team Building Socials:
To be confirmed as lockdown restrictions wane.
The health benefits of walking are well documented and so are the benefits of networking. So why not come join me to combine them both! #WellnessWalk #Netwalking
We will meet at Potterne Park, Verwood BH21 6RS by the skate park and walk to Moors Valley and back (via the coffee hut!). There is no charge, parking at Potterne is free. Children and dogs are welcome.
Please do shout if you are coming so we can wait but I will aim to leave 10am.
Due to COVID lockdown restrictions, Netwalking is currently on hold.
To learn more about Netwalking and the health benefits see page 51-53 of my book “Networking A Successful Small Business“.