Shoot for the moon, if you miss you will land among the stars! This is the theme for the year. But what does it really mean to you? To me it is aiming for a goal that deep down; I am not so sure is achievable. It is keeping this goal embedded in your mind and when you are at your breaking point and you don’t think you can take anymore, it is a goal that keeps you going at the end of the day. Many of us it might be career related, family related, spiritually related or even NAWIC related. We all have various goals in everything we do and this is what pushes us to become better employees, mothers or officers? Shooting for the moon is what does it for me. The way I look at it is that we all should set our goals higher then what we think is really capable and if you don’t quite make it then you are landing among the stars. You have still reached goals! You can’t hit a perfect 10 if you are only shooting for an 8. It is when you surpass that goal and land on the moon is when you truly achieved your potential. Set a goal, make a plan and get to work at it.
So now the goal is to get every single NAWIC member involved and the plan is to make you aware of what NAWIC has to offer in October:
· October 11 membership meeting: Jennifer Benefield KC Ikon bridge project. Bring a boss or coworker, but don’t miss this presentation!
· Get out your costumes and get out of town for the Annual Planning Conference at Lake of the Ozarks October 30-31. Our new Region 6 director Connie Leipard has a costume welcome party planned for Friday night and action packed day full of business and seminars on Saturday for a very affordable price. You still have until October 15 to get registration in.
· Get out your hammers and tool belts cause Habitat for Humanity Women Build round 2 is just around the corner as well on October 23.
Brooke Eimers, President