#NoMeanGirls National Conference
#NoMeanGirls National Conference
Dallas Marriott City Center 650 North Pearl Street Dallas, Texas 75201
 

LADIES!
Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired, united, engaged, and energized!

Friday-Sunday,  October 6th-8th, 2017

#NoMeanGirls National Conference

 
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Friday-Sunday,
October 6th-8th, 2017

Dallas Marriott City Center
650 North Pearl Street
Dallas, TX 75201

 

Why Are We

#NoMeanGirls?

Mean Girls gossip about each other – Plaid Women don’t participate in destructive rumors.
Mean Girls criticize based on looks – Plaid Women see the talent, character and motivation inside.
Mean Girls exclude other women – Plaid Women include and mentor other women in their professional and personal lives.
Mean Girls enjoy when other women fail – Plaid Women are supportive in times of failure and also celebrate successes.
Mean Girls fear other women’s successes – Plaid Women help other women succeed – when one woman succeeds – we all succeed.
 

INVEST IN YOURSELF

Join us for an extraordinary weekend where you will be uplifted personally, professionally and spiritually.  We promise you a life transforming experience!!  Bring your BFF, work colleague, mom, daughter, sister, aunt, grandma – any special woman (or women) in your life.
Women Supporting Women.  Nothing More Powerful.

Register now and seize this opportunity to:

Develop your inner strength

Learn how to achieve success

Leave with techniques to take on the world

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At the Event

Keynote Speakers

Mica May

Mica May is the Founder and CEO of May Designs, a lifestyle brand selling beautiful, customizable things that make every day a little more lovely. The flagship product is the May Book, a simple notebook that can be customized to reflect each customer’s style; it lays flat and fits nicely in your purse. This idea came about by accident when design clients began taking notice of the signature notebooks that Mica brought to meetings. She capitalized on the momentum of interest and switched her focus from graphic design to perfecting a physical product.

Katie Goodman

Katie Goodman is an award-winning musical comic, actress, author, and speaker. She has been seen on Showtime’s The Green Room With Paul Provenza, on Current TV as a pundit, and on TruTV. She recently signed with Comedy Dynamics, North American’s largest independent record label, and her new album “Halfway Closer To Dead” is available on Itunes, her books on Amazon, and her comedy music videos can be seen, having amassed over 2 million hits on Youtube and several more million on Facebook.

Tracey Trottenberg and George

Tracey Trottenberg & George Kansas

For a combined 50 years on stage, George and Tracey teach “Messenger training from the inside out.” Together, they help women in business, speakers, authors, coaches and entrepreneurs to step into their authentic voice and own any stage.. They create and hold a safe, sacred space for you to go deeper within to explore the depth of your desire to be a positive change and the stuff that holds you back. Deeply spiritual and highly strategic, they will reveal to you what is most important within you and why, and how to share that with the world.

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The #NoMeanGirls Conference 2017 is hosted by Plaid for Women, Inc., a multi-media company that provides substantive content on the “business of life.”  At the primary platform, www.plaidforwomen.com, women can be inspired, get advice on career & money, find resources for their home & family and enjoy content from health & wellness experts. Plaid for Women podcasts feature inspirational interviews twice a week in a 30-minute format where real women share their stories and struggles. Plaid for Women videos feature topics relevant to women’s everyday lives.

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At the Event

Breakout Workshops

 
 
 
If you are looking for acceptance and support to realize your dreams and to champion other women’s success, then this is the place to be.

Join the movement. #NoMeanGirls.
— Elizabeth Lions
 
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