Fear Less, Speak More

Did you know public speaking is one of the top fears of society? Whether that is true for you or you are looking to find reassurance that you are doing it right, this lunch is for you.

Join Rachel Kobus, associate director of alumni engagement at Illinois State, as she shares tips and tricks on preparing and presenting and the do’s and don’ts of public speaking.

No More Resolutions!

How many times have you said “this is the year” and made a resolution to change only to fall back into old habits by February 1? The issue is that we go into making resolutions with really great intentions – but, as it always does, we lose our motivation, we lose interest or we simply let life settle back to “normal.”

Join Professional Women of McLean County in January as we welcome Cassandra Newman, Vice President, Four Seasons Health Club. Cassandra will explore intentional living and setting goals that you’ll actually achieve in the New Year…and beyond!

Register on our website or simply mark “going” on Meetup! Remember – first time guests are always free http://pwmcinc.org/no-more-resolutions/

Celebrate 2018!

Join the Professional Women of McLean County as we celebrate 2018. Our December meeting is FREE for all guests – invite your friends and colleagues for networking, lunch, prizes and more!

This is a favorite event each year for our membership, as we mix things up and get to know our fellow members better than ever.

Along with our catered lunch at Eastland Suites, the Board of Directors will be supplying sweet treats for your enjoyment!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!

Shop Local: Does my spending really make a difference?

Whether you’re ready or not, we’re heading into the busy holiday shopping season! In a world where everything is available at our fingertips, being mindful of spending locally during these busy shopping times AND throughout the year, can be a challenge.

Join Professional Women of McLean County on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for an engaging and thoughtful discussion with several area business owners including Jamie Mathy from Red Racoon Games, Julie Sibley from Fleet Feet and Vicki Tilton from Fox-n-Hounds.

We’ll dive deep into how our spending habits have an impact and what it truly means to shop small and shop local!

Make plans to join us – we look forward to seeing you there!