25 Feb Join Diana Marie Lee and Sweet Livity at SOCAP: Soul on March 3rd!
Join Diana Marie Lee and Sweet Livity at SOCAP: Soul on Saturday, March 3rd at Hub SoMa in San Francisco, CA. SOCAP: Soul is a one-day event that was created to help answer the question: What if your job, your finances, and your community were all aligned with what you value?
Diana will be sharing her personal journey and insights on aligning your work with your values. These insights emerge from lessons learned on a personal journey begun over two years ago. After despairing at working for positive social change in unhealthy environments, Diana embarked on a healing journey to reclaim the “sweetness” in her life and work. With a renewed sense of vitality and joy, she is now doing what makes her “come alive” in service to others.
Sweet Livity is Diana’s way of aligning her core values with her work. Through Sweet Livity, Diana and a dynamic team combine customized wellness retreats with strategic coaching to help overworked, social change makers integrate holistic health approaches in their work and daily life such as organic meals, sound toning, meditation, cultural healing and play. Through intentional and loving practices, one’s food, water, creativity, work, relationships and environment are the balm that sustains healthy mind, body, and spirit.
Diana and 15+ other speakers (see list of SOCAP: Soul speakers here) will share experiences, collaborate and connect with an audience interested in making simple changes in their daily life that can help change the world.
Tickets for the one-day event are $95 and include access to the SOCAP: Soul online networking community, a full day of content (see schedule here), meals, a showcase featuring social organizations that attendees can immediately engage, and a rocking evening party. You can learn more about the event at soul.socialcapitalmarkets.net.
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“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ~Howard Thurman