Original Webinar: Friday, July 31, 2020

Vision is Victory: Why Vision Builds Family Unity and Improves Adolescent Mental Health

Featured expert: Carey Conley

Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM MOUNTAIN

Cost: $0 (But we would welcome your donation!)

Description
For over 25 years, Carey Conley has been teaching people how to put their vision (their hopes and dreams) on to paper with such clarity that it guides their life and career decisions. Having a vision essentially helps them discover their God-given purpose, which can inform the struggles they face in all areas of their lives. This webinar shows parents how to apply this exercise not only for themselves but for their children as well. You’ll learn how to create a shared vision as a family. By teaching our children at a very early age that they have purpose, they will be set up to be positive, confident, healthy adults.

Learning Objectives

  • Why having a clear, written vision improves every area of your life
  • How to write it in a very simple way that you can teach it to your children
  • Why vision starts in the home
  • How to create a family vision for better unity and communication

Speaker Bio
Carey Conley is dedicated to helping you identify your dreams and goals through Vision building and to achieve those goals through discovering your Purpose. She believes that success in life is about following your true passion and knowing what impact you are here to make in the world. Carey draws from more than two decades of experience in growing two businesses, decades of being a wife and mom, and her personal journey of life tragedies that she shares with her audience. She not only can relate to her audience why having a clear vision and purpose is the bottom line to professional success, but how it becomes the anchor in all the storms of life. It is through her joy and pain, through her success and struggles, that she offers you the greatest opportunity to create a clear path to your destiny by living in your Purpose.

Questions?
Email Founder & CEO, Laura Stack, at [email protected].