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IMPACT for Enterprising Women meets at the Phoenix City Grille, 5816 N. 16th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016 the last Friday of each month (January through October) with a holiday luncheon the first Friday of December.

IMPACT for Enterprising Women


To learn more, contact Janet Tubbs, 602-667-4727


For reservations or luncheon questions, contact 601-861-5323- or impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com

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RSVP by noon, October 24 to our reservation line: 601.861.5323 or email to impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com
$22 cash, check, or $23 credit card at the door

Women shy away from the camera. We’ve been told by media that we aren’t young enough, thin enough, successful enough - not enough of anything - to be photographed. As a result, every time we walk by a mirror, we see our perceived flaws and say unkind words to ourselves. “My nose is too big,” “my behind is as big as a whale,” “I’m not good enough to go to that event,” and more that we would never say to anyone else. We hide BEHIND the camera because we've lost our confidence and see no beauty in ourselves.

How we speak to ourselves is how we speak to those around us. To be a heart-centered leader, one who approaches both opportunities and challenges with love and kindness, that love and kindness must first be felt from within. Anyone can take on a leadership position, but leaders who have the most positive effect on those around them lead from a place of love and acceptance. Leading others as an authentic human being requires self-love and self-acceptance. If we hate our bodies and berate ourselves every time we talk by a mirror, that energy will show up in the way we lead. When we dislike ourselves, it is difficult to lift others up. It is difficult to provide positive feedback, celebrate successes, and have patience. We are more critical of others…because we are so critical of ourselves. We cannot be an effective leader for others if we are not a loving and kind leader for ourselves first.

Like so many women, Karianne too has felt the weight of societal expectations of beauty. She never felt like she was good enough for anything. She didn’t see her beauty or love herself, and it showed in the way she lived her life and treated others.

Through a life-changing portrait photography experience, Karianne found a way to stop the negative thoughts and start to love herself for the first time. When she saw the real Kari in her photos - not her outer self, but her true inner self – that’s when the change took place. She is now able to walk by a mirror, and instead of berating herself for the size of her thighs, she looks upon her body with love and kindness. Karianne sees her beauty, stands proudly and confidently in front of a mirror/camera, and inspires others to do the same.


About Karianne:
Karianne is an artist and nurturer, fiercely motivated by using her talents to make women feel confident, empowered, and whole. Growing up with an abusive role model left her filled with fear. She countered this by attempting to be perfect, but never took the time to understand who she was. She continued down a path of perfection that led her to a marriage, a job, and other endeavors that weren’t right for her.

Karianne started a journey to get to know herself in her 30s. On her spiritual journey, she connected back to the thing that brought her joy as a child… photography. She discovered an innate talent to capture a person’s true inner beauty. In 2018, she left her full-time corporate job to focus on what brings her joy… her portrait business.
Personally, Karianne is a wife, doggy momma, stepmother, and new mommy to 10-month-old son.

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Learn about this fascinating topic, an important part of lifetime planning.

Make reservations (luncheon is $22 cash or check / $23 credit card at the door) for the September event by September 26 to our reservation line: 601.861.5323 or email to

Impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com

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• What is the difference between financial power of attorney and health care power of attorney?

About Sharon:
Sharon D Ravenscroft is a senior member of The Cavanagh Law Firm, P.A. which has offices in Phoenix and Sun City, Arizona (101 and W. Thunderbird).

A Phoenix native, Sharon has enjoyed 32 years of practice in the state of Arizona. Sharon received her B.A., cum laude, in 1984 from Wellesley College and her J.D. in 1987 from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she was a law journal staff writer.

Sharon's practice involves the preparation of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. Sharon also assists families with probates and trust administration. Simplifying the challenges related to family asset and estate legal issues is her focus for her clients.

Contact Sharon at sravenscroft@cavanaghlaw.com

Get closer to your business goals!

Luncheon: $22 cash or check at the door / $23 credit card

Phoenix City Grille, 5816 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016

A resilient mindset contributes to success in life, work, and relationships.
Learn skills to break barriers and build mental toughness.
Strengthen your mindset and create a wealthy, successful, and empowered life!

Darrina Bledsoe is half of The Bledsoe Sister's, mental health experts whose mission is to EMPOWER others through resiliency and mental toughness. Their goal is to Empower El Mundo (Empower the World) by building wealth, success, and power through their executive coaching.

Having played collegiate basketball, Darrina and Deana, they learned how to emphasize the mind and body connection related to overall wellness. They strive to strengthen one’s mental wellness and understand resiliency in an innovative and exciting way.

The goal is to walk tall and empowered ready for a successful lifestyle!

About Darrina:
Darrina Bledsoe, along with her sister Deana, provides care as a mental health professional in the Valley of the Sun. The sister team has experience as mental health counselors trained in cognitive-behavioral, dialectical-behavioral therapy, trauma-based practices, and psychotherapy. They have worked with psychiatric disorders, substance abuse issues, and the seriously mentally ill from all backgrounds as young as age 3 to age 90.

Bledsoe Empower has provided keynote and motivational speaking for healthcare companies, corporations, universities and schools, and many more in the community. Their experience in sports at a high-level combined with mental health training creates a unique and dynamic approach to feel in power and live empowered! Check out the sister team on social media on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram @EmpowerElMundo and podcast on Apple and Spotify.

Make reservations (luncheon is $22 cash or check / $23 credit card at the door) for the July event by August 29 to our reservation line: 601.861.5323 or email toImpactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com

Unravel the mystery of influence to get exactly what you want in life.

 July 26, 11:30 a.m.

Phoenix City Grille

$22 cash or check / $23 credit card at the door.

Lead with Impact and Insight whether addressing family or your board of directors. This is Must-Know info! It builds trust and credibility quickly.

The premise is to conserve precious energy and resources essential for entrepreneurial success. This proprietary program creates a simple map to follow built on being conscious of one’s behavior.

How can you boost yours? Consider your good name. Consider the message embedded in your name.  What’s it worth to you and your audience? How about a deal sealed with a handshake?

Where has that power gone? My perspective says it has been absorbed by anonymity. As an example, consider Internet dating sites where people upload old or misleading photos and ages. I guess they never intend to actually meet someone.

Credibility is influence's partner. It is the powerful binding ingredient that assists people to know if they would make a good decision to follow you or not. Whether personal or professional (I say there is no difference; business is personal) you are offering a virtual handshake when you contact people. Make it count.

About Michelle:
Passionate about her work with individuals, corporate managers, entrepreneurs and business owners, her coaching clients peel away years of ineffective behavior and habits to forge new options for their career and personal fulfillment. Her practice focuses on contemporary business issues, their impact on job creation, hiring, and how to raise Business Literacy™ in companies.

Michelle is a certified enterprise coach and analyst, published business author, publisher, blogger, national public speaker and seminar leader. Her practice focuses on contemporary business issues, their impact on job creation, hiring, and how to raise Business Literacy™ in companies.

Our June meeting is a very special event. We will all have the opportunity to meet two of our scholarship recipients and one of our GED testing students who will share their journeys with us. We'll also hear from representatives from Maricopa County Community College Foundation (https://mcccdf.org/) and Friendly House (https://www.friendlyhouse.org/about-us).

This is the reason we solicit sponsors and ask for donations. You'll see the good work our organization does throughout the year to make this happen. Please join us.

$22 at the door, cash or check; $23 credit card or PayPal.
Bring lots of business cards and dollars for the 50/50 drawing and bragging bucks.

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