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Workshop 2: Finding Balance: Calming the Feast and Famine Cycle
 Description

Launch into 2021: Design the Future of Your Work

Even before COVID-19 changed the global economic landscape, we had been riding an accelerating wave of rapid technological change. What it took to build a successful business 20 years ago is vastly different from what it takes today – and the pandemic has only turbocharged our trajectory towards a strange new future of work. 

In this three-part workshop, join Jacquelyn Cardinal from Naheyawin to learn about how entrepreneurs, businesses, and freelancers around the globe are using new tools and ways of thinking to build a future of work that they are excited to meet — no matter what stage their business is at or how tech savvy they are. Participants will walk away from this series with the ability to:

  • navigate the applications and systems that can help them get more done with less,
  • design workflows to help them calm the cycles of feast and famine, and
  • plan for an uncertain future.

This course has been tailored for small business owners and freelancers but will be valuable to anyone who wants to truly launch into 2021. 

Workshop 2: Finding Balance: Calming the Feast and Famine Cycle - December 3, 2020
6:30-8:00 MST

Solopreneurs who offer services rather than products often go through so many feast and famine cycles that they get used to it and don’t look for new ways to work. In this session, learn how to use your new tools to create the opportunities to either grow your business or to take it in a whole new direction.

 

Jacquelyn Cardinal is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Naheyawin, an Edmonton based agency that serves as a bridge between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, and Vice President Brand of Social Awareness Group, a group of companies with a shared aim to promote Indigenous prosperity in a meaningful and sustainable way through technology platforms. 

She has been honoured to receive an Esquao Award for Achievement in Business, a prestigious place in Edmonton's Top 40 Under 40 class of 2018, and a SHEInnovates Award from the UN Women's Global Innovation Coalition for Change, all three of which she was nominated for by her supportive community. In early 2019 her first play, Lake of the Strangers, co-written with her brother, Hunter Cardinal, and co-produced with Fringe Theatre, premiered to critical and popular acclaim. When she isn't using ancient tools to solve contemporary problems, she spends her time learning all she can about emergent technologies and exploring her love for film by shooting and editing short films.

 Details
Date & Time: Dec 03, 2020 06:30 PM to
Dec 03, 2020 08:00 PM
[America/Denver UTC -7]

 
Registration Closes: Nov 30, 2020 11:59 PM

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 Registration Fees
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$35.00
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$18.00
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$49.00
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