The Rewards in Risk
Explore what you’ve always wanted but never thought possible and how to take simple steps to surprise and delight yourself with what you can accomplish.
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” - Helen Keller
What personal or professional journey have you always dreamed of taking but never acted on because it feels too risky or out of reach? Risks may keep us from traveling to distant places, trying something new, or asking for what we want. But the rewards are often so much more attainable and worthwhile than we imagine! This workshop will help you explore and define your vision, examine the risks and rewards, and demystify the biggest challenge to success: getting started.
#1: Identify your vision and far-reaching goals
#2: Define your purpose the values that will guide you
#3: Develop milestones and barrier-busting tactics to achieve them
Participants will spend most of their time: Practical: Working to solve a real-world problem
For participants the most important outcome of this session is: To reflect on personal experiences or insights
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.”
About Kim Larkin
Kim Larkin is the Founder and President of the creative consultancy MXD Arts. MXD Arts is known for bringing highly effective best practice tools for strategy and team building to arts and culture organizations, nonprofits, and companies focused on social good. Her work focuses on utilizing creative, disruptive, and inventive approaches to create lasting impact. Kim has worked with Fortune 100 and 500 companies, owned and managed multiple businesses, built nonprofits from the ground up, and managed numerous national and international creative projects.
In her free time, you'll find her in the mountains, adventuring, or volunteering in the community. She serves as a trustee for Desert Botanical Garden and is Vice President of the board for the Association of Arizona Food Banks. She spent Christmas and New Years 2018/19 on a 5-week adventure in Antarctica and Patagonia and plans to hike Mt. Kilimanjaro with her mother in 2020.
photo credit: Tim Weaver