Traverse City News and Events

New Event Focused On Work Fulfillment

Jan. 10, 2015

Research shows that adults spend almost a third of their lives at work. That's great if you love what you do, but if you don't? A new storytelling event will put five local business owners on stage to spotlight how they found fulfillment in their work.

The event – Fulfillament – will take place on Thurs., Jan. 15, 7pm at InsideOut Gallery in Traverse City. The speaker line-up includes: Don Coe of Black Star Farms, Sarah Landry Ryder of The Redheads, Jerry Dennis of Big Maple Press, Ellen Fred of Elf and Jeff Joubran of Sweet Pea.

Each will share a true story from their journey toward fulfillment in their careers and will issue a challenge for audience members to find their purpose, come alive and make it happen. As such, $500 in seed money will be awarded to help someone get a good idea off the ground.

Fulfillament is being organized by C. Bay Design and Thrive Consulting Group. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door and available here.

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