The Living Woman Launches In Calabar Today

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The city of Calabar is about to witness a grand launch of a Women group of its kind, focused on putting the woman where she truly belongs, a visionary, a leader, a pace-setter, an achiever and a nation builder.

The introductory meeting and launch of The Living Woman is set to take place at 3:00pm on Sunday, 28 April 2019 at E-Systems Hotels, 3 Bassey Street, Off Ekpo Bassey, Calabar South, in Cross River State.

The registered group, known as The Living Woman, is an initiative of Linda Asimole Ellah. With years of experience in the area of development and with a passion to see to the best interest of women, she, along with her team and sponsors, are creating this platform that will help make a lasting difference in the lives of women and by extension their families and the society at large.

The Living Woman is a group with the vision to inspire one woman at a time, so that she can grow, take steps to live her life purpose and achieve her fullest potential. What loftier goal could be conceived for any woman? A woman is seen as having all it takes to achieve her highest goals, and more so in a spirit of joy and fulfilment. And this is the drive of the group.

Accroding to the initiator of the group, Linda Ellah, “A woman can achieve a lot more in life besides being a wife and taking care of her home. She has her personal dreams and aspirations and she need not leave this behind amidst family cares and responsibilities. She is an individual with a mission and purpose, which she needs to fulfil in life.”

With a core focus on personal growth and fulfilment of purpose, The Living Woman provides platforms and resources to inspire the woman to take the daily steps in her personal growth through training sessions, personal coaching, and mentoring to help her find and live her purpose.

This grand opening promises to be an exciting event where you will learn more about the platform and indeed get a taste of what the group will be offering the women. The event is open to couples, women and members of the community who are interested in the further growth and development of women in general.

Make it a date with The Living Woman and invite any woman you know to attend.

See you there!

“When you live your purpose, you live in a domain of inspiration and authenticity.” – LinEllah

For Enquiries and Membership:
please Call/Whatsapp:
(+234) 814 6779 226; 0812 606 1888
Email: livingwoman2@gmail.com
Twitter: @TheLivingWoman;
Facebook: The Living Woman

Culled from lincornella.com.ng

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