Virtual class for high-school students to learn the ins and outs of entrepreneurism
It’s not a Vision Board. It’s not a Dream Board. It’s not a Goal Board. It’s a Blueprint Board.
One-off film screenings, discussion, panels, you name it…
Storytelling class geared towards people who feel they don’t have any stories or who want support in unearthing their stories. Also geared towards folks who think public speaking, storytelling, sharing about themselves in front of others sounds like the worst thing ever.
Dive deep into the Life of Yes℠ philosophy and way of being. Saya shares personal stories from her life — one of fulfillment and traveling non-traditional paths — and offers ideas on how you can create the life you want. If you’re looking to answer “What do I want to do?” or “How do I get more out of life?” this class will get those wheels turning.
M&C curates a variety of “by invitation” online groups, all rooted in helping to foster connections and in providing a space to support like-minded yet diverse individuals. Insert yourself into the M&C community and let your YES! light shine bright, you’ll get an invite to join.
Networking without the networking. Everyone comes solo. You CAN still meet and connect with people virtually, in ways that aren’t horrible.
A weekend filled with habit-, value-, and courage-development activities, in an environment where you feel at home with people you just met… adult summer camp.
Fear Experiment℠ (FE) is a unique, fun way to create community, push oneself, learn something new, and laugh. A lot. Strangers come together to learn an art-form, rehearse for two and half months, and then are rockstars for a night, in front of hundreds. For people not looking to be the next Baryshnikov or Tina Fey but looking to challenge themselves, meet others, and have a consistent source of laughter and support.
A series where adults state they’re unable to do something, they learn about it with a bunch of other adults who also “can’t,” and they prove themselves wrong and not only do the thing but enjoy it and say, “That wasn’t so bad. In fact, kinda fun. Good for me! What’s next?!”