“Failure is not the opposite of success, it is part of success.” – Unknown
This past week England has experienced a lot of emotions, with Frank Skinners ‘It’s coming home’ blaring all round, creating a sense of community and then the week coming to a head with the Euro 2020 penalties not going quite the way we hoped; causing a catastrophic chain reaction.
Funnily enough, some fans must be reminded that Sancho, Saka and Rashford are young men, trying and failing like the rest of us. Their effort was so admirable and knowing they will get back up there and try again is inspiring!
The Annual Woman Like Me L&B Conference occurred this past June, the 26th. Did you come and Rise From The Ashes at our all day event? Whether you attended or could not make it, we are glad to see you here making the choice to invest in the most important person in your life, you.
To catch the replay of the whole event click below.
The Woman Like Me L&B Conference happened this past Saturday, with many feeling empowered, inspired and celebrated over the weekend. View below to see some shots from the conference.
Here at the Like Me CIC it is our mission to empower 1000 women and girls to live an authentic life and this conference hopefully resonated with you the way it did with our attendees, with many stating:
“Jasmine, thank you for sharing thus far your story, raw, emotional, & truly inspirational. Bless you”
Thank you so much to all the speakers today for sharing their stories, empowering us to live our best lives. Powerful women, such positivity and love. “
Susan & Donna
As the conference had some technical difficulties we rescheduled our Prize Draw Raffle to Friday the 2nd of June. To watch the recording to see if YOU are one of our WINNERS and to find out more about the fabulous products our sponsors offer, click here.
Zoom password for Raffle: 2+1PG6%!
Learn more about what our fabulous sponsors have to offer:
Feel Fab Naturally – Philippa Taylor
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Verelba Mind & Body – Veronica Ebanks
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Tropic Skincare – Michelle Buchan
A walk on the beach. Sands from Tahiti and Bora Bora.
A foot spa product.
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Dusk Till Dawn Accessories – Emma and Jane Hall
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This earring set would pair perfectly with a pop of colour!
Every order is handmade with love and magic.
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Did you win any of our raffle prizes? What product did you like most? Be sure to find out if you were one of our prize draw raffle winners by watching this video, click here.
The Woman Like Me Conference was a success! And it wouldn’t have been possible without our incredible sponsors. Here at the Like Me CIC we have the mission of empowering women and girls to be their best therefore we have partnered with companies that share that same vision.
Philippa Taylor – Feel Fab Naturally
I’m Philippa Taylor of https://feelfabnaturally.com helping you to transform your wellbeing so you feel fab and your health span increases. By sharing tips and information on science-based, natural healthy ageing products, I help empower you to be proactive with your self-care so that you can get the most out of today and all your tomorrows.
The annual Woman Like Me L&B Conference is taking place this June, Saturday the 26th. This years theme is Rising From The Ashes and our speakers will share stories from the heart about how they have risen from the ashes. Our mission is to reveal hidden stories that make us who we are to empower women. To attend register your ticket here. This year you have the power to choose between in person and virtual attendance.
With 10+ years of experience working for a range of B2B and B2C brands, Elisha has continuously achieved the unexpected.
From overcoming a learning difficulty to attend one of the UK’s top universities to delivering exceptional global marketing campaigns and smashing the glass ceiling to become Marketing Director before the age of thirty.
We can still meet! Despite Boris Johnson stating the Lockdown lift will be postponed until July 19th our annual The Woman Like Me L&B Conference is going ahead! Our event will primarily be virtual to follow Covid guidelines but if you want to come in person hurry now as there are limited slots left! To learn more about the event and get your ticket click here.
Hope. A feeling of trust or longing. A transcendent force that keeps us motivated. With the continuous government announcements and restrictions you may feel like you are losing hope, well we are here to remind you that no matter what life throws at us we are a transcendent force of our own that must not be reckoned with. We can get through this!
Here are some quotes to help you get through lockdown:
How well do you know our speakers? Our wonderfully open speakers are sharing hidden stories about their personal and professional lives to empower you to Rise From the Ashes of your obstacles and reach your potential to shine.
Find the answer below!
The purpose of this conference is to share a light on the obstacles we face in life and the fact that we can empower and inspire others to overcome their obstacles, together; sharing from the heart to promote wellbeing, unity and most importantly, self confidence.
In honour of Pride Month we would like to share some tips with you on how to be a (better) ally for those you love. The world is increasingly becoming uncertain with divided opinions and standpoints, with the common denominator being the fact that we all want to fight for what we believe in. How can you fight for what you believe in? Become an ally!
What is an ally? An ally is someone who may not be a member of a community, but supports them. Whether it's to combat; racism, sexism, homophobia and/or the absence of mental wellbeing awareness you can recognise your privilege and use this to empower others.
We encourage you to do more research on your own to properly start your journey as this is an important topic that can change lives.
Go from curious to courageous.
“The time is always right, to do something right.” – Martin Luther King JR
Here are 8 suggestions to be a (better) Ally:
Acknowledge & Understand Your Privilege
Educate Yourself With Research
Never Stop Learning
Speak Up / Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Avoid “Performative Allyship”
Learn From Your Mistakes
Amplify The Voices & Messages Of Those You Support
To learn more in detail about how you can be a better ally click here.
The puzzle pieces of becoming an ally work together to create a better sense of community and reach towards the goal of equality and unity. We can all learn more, so why not?
The main message of these tips is for you to be open for putting yourself out there in order to stand up for what you believe in. Try to be consistent and considerate to those you support and those you do not agree with.
“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.” ― Albert Einstein
It’s important to recognise that we can empower and help others without being disrespectful. ” In a gentle way, you can shake the world” – Mahatma Ghandi.
We all have the ability to help others and its our choice if we want to enforce it. Are you an ally?
Our mission is to empower 1000 women to ‘climb their mountain’ so that they break down their barriers and reclaim their power. Join us. For more details about how we can help you to ‘climb your mountain’ – check out our free events here
In this world we can do a lot of damage, without even realising it.
The polar ice caps for example, are melting faster than ever, or the fact that 8 Million tons of plastic enter our oceans every year. As a species we impact everything we touch, but as women, really what is the worst thing we can do?
I would argue there is a lot of leeway regarding this statement, laws exist for a reason right? As women we have come a long way to collectively stand tall and be proud of ourselves, rising through the cracks of adversity and breaking the barriers of expectation. Therefore, in a way, standing in the way of success and empowerment is the worst thing you can do. Whereas, should recognition be the source of motivation? Of course not! Our passion and diligence drive us no matter the cause and effect.
There is another very known saying…
“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.”
What should you take from this? Spring into action! Become your own role model and “Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Ghandi.
We can sit here debating this all day, women should support other women. It costs nothing and community and togetherness is so important as we are always being inspired and enlightened by those around us.
Life is in no way black and white. We must live our lives’ to the fullest by being unapologetically ourselves and shining a light on things you are passionate about, not just other women but for everything you stand for.
The worst thing we can do as women is bring others down and to bring down ourselves. Wasted potential is something we can avoid if we support and empower one another to achieve everyday!
It’s pride month! We would like to give a special shout out to our LGBTQ+ friends, family and supporters to let you know we support you always. You are an inspiration for having the courage to be truly you – continue that courage through pursuing the things you believe in, to pave the way for the next generation of visionaries and trail blazers. We are stronger together.
Our mission is to empower 1000 women to ‘climb their mountain’ so that they break down their barriers and reclaim their power. Join us. For more details about how we can help you to ‘climb your mountain’, check out our free events here. To book a chat with jasmine to discuss wellbeing and what we can offer click here.
After finishing my degree in English Literature and creative writing, my mental health took a turn. Forced to move back in with my parents, I struggled to deal with the simple aspects of life; the thought of being a full-blown adult terrified me.
I had relied on the crutches of Uni life for three years, not paying much focus on what I wanted to do in life, but there I was, aged 21- unemployed, dealing with heartbreak and living in an environment I was so eager to leave.