Investing on your G.R.O.W.T.H. as a woman

Investing on your G.R.O.W.T.H. as a woman

- in Feature, Life

August 12 will be another exciting Saturday for those who attend the BLOOM events here in Davao City. We will be talking about investing on our growth as women.

BLOOM is a group of women who come together almost every quarter to celebrate our womanhood. As a group, we aim to B.L.O.O.M.:

B e guided by the Bible

L ive out our God-given purpose and passion

O bey God’s Word

O verflow with God’s love

M entor other women.

This coming Saturday, I will be sharing practical tips on how to pursue growth as a woman using the word “GROWTH” as an acronym. Regardless of our season in life, we women should seek to develop and bloom! Nature has taught us that where there is life, there is growth. So for as long as we live and breathe, we must aim to grow.

G.R.O.W.T.H. represents the ways in which a woman develops. She grows in a Group, by Reading, by going Outdoors, by learning to manage her Wealth, by Teaching others, and by caring for her Health. I will be expounding each of these points during my talk and there will be a time of self-reflection as well as group discussions.

If you haven’t been to a BLOOM event, then this is the best time for you to start a new growth habit. If you have attended one, then you know it can be life-changing. We also like to keep our meetings short and sweet. You will still have time for your errands before and after the event. See you this Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 2:00-5:00 pm at Star Hotel, Mabini Street, Davao City. Registration starts at 1:30pm and the registration fee of Php300 includes handouts and snacks. Tickets are available at 1197 DXFE station along Circumferential Road. No tickets will be sold on site.




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