This is it, friends: registration for my first Lime Retreat, the LimeLight Sessions, is finally open.
I think I owe you guys some backstory about how this all came to be: As much as I've enjoyed hosting the Path Finder course online (and man, I really have), I felt like I was still missing something, not being able to actually meet the people who were taking the course, face-to-face. For this reason, I've been thinking about putting together in-person workshops for over a year now -- but I've been struggling with how to actually make this happen.
But it was time.
So, being a workshop- and conference-going veteran myself, I thought about what makes a workshop ideal for me:
- I love workshops that are smaller, rather than bigger.
- I prefer conferences that are held in spaces that are comfortable and have some personality, rather than soulless hotel conference rooms.
- When I'm at a conference, the best times for me are when I can connect one-on-one with people.
Keeping all three of these items in mind (and with some wonderful coaching from Andrea Scher, as well as good old-fashioned encouragement from my friend Maile), I began creating the LimeLight Sessions. My hope is that the LimeLight Sessions are going to be relaxing, and inspiring, and filled with creativity juju -- a place where we can each focus on ourselves, while simultaneously receiving support from each other. Oh, and of course there'll be good food and good conversation, as a bonus.
The first one will be held October 16-18, 2014, in a funky little studio right here in downtown Houston. It's going to be tiny -- only 25 lucky participants! -- and we're going to relax, journal, make messes, and just generally connect with each other in a small intimate setting. I really hope you will join me.
Also, at the last minute, last week I decided to put together a little promo video, to sort of communicate how I hope this little workshop will feel. Click here or on the image below to watch: