Your time is precious.
There is so much to do in our very full lives, and there’s never enough time.
We attempt to balance, prioritize and are often forced to choose between:
● personal development
● social life/exercise/self care
On any given day, some priorities (and all of the above things are priorities!) need to be discarded in favor of others. Teach your son to ride his bike and miss the deadline, or send him off to a neighbor all afternoon and make the deadline. Spend all morning chasing outstanding bills or finally get to the gym. We are constantly re-prioritizing, and inevitably, something loses out.
It’s usually us.
There’s one day, however, when you can meet all of those needs, and address all of those priorities, at the same time, in the same place:
The Temech Conference (June 7th) is the day dedicated to women like you: Torah-observant women who are capable, talented and investing effort into achieving their potential across the multiple playing fields of their lives, both personal and professional.
It’s a rewarding life. That doesn’t mean it’s not challenging.
It can also be lonely, especially if the neighbors you chat with and the women you sit on the park bench with don’t have the same goals and experiences that you do.
The Temech Conference is where women like you come together to form fruitful alliances, gain empowering tools and knowledge and feel the embrace of the community supporting what you do.
Each year, in the weeks following the conference, we hear story after story of life-changing and business-changing connections made at Temech:
In my “networking circle” where we all had to introduce ourselves and learn how to say what we needed to say in 60 seconds, I met a negotiation coach. I didn’t even know that was a profession. I worked with her over the next month, pitched a raise to my boss, and got it!
I walked out with three qualified leads, two of which turned into retainer clients.
I met an amazing new contact who connected me to a journalist at a major American news publication. They did a profile article on my business which generated huge exposure and led to new clients.
Women come to Temech to learn, give, share and connect. Even if you’ve found other conferences or networking events intimidating, Temech inspires an inclusive atmosphere that makes everybody comfortable:
Normally, I’m shy at events. I had to muster up some courage, but not that much, because everybody at my lunch table was warm and friendly. I was afraid of clique-ey-ness, but everyone was happy to introduce themselves and suddenly I didn’t feel awkward.
It’s not easy to come to a whole day conference. You have to take the day off work, reschedule any other obligations, make arrangements for your kids, and muster up the emotional strength to give the experience your all and get the most out of it.
Not easy… but worth it.
The Temech conference can end up being the best thing you do for yourself – socially, emotionally, professionally, financially and personally – this entire year.
Give yourself this day. You deserve it.