It took months of battling personal limitations, shedding self-imposed expectations and one giant dose of faith to surrender to the call and start Soul Sister Circle. This in itself was massive cause for celebration, however, there was no time for that, the first Soul Sister Circle event was just a little over one month away.
With no previous event experience and armed with a vision and nothing more, I sprung into action to create an evening that would later be described as
“Ignite was one soulful night of connection and sisterhood like nothing I have ever experienced before. When I walked through the door I was greeted by Bec, personally taking the time to shower everyone with love. From that moment I felt I was a part of something pretty unique and special.”
Tickets to the event sold out, the venue and styling was total perfection, the food and drinks were to-die-for-delicious, the music divine, the giveaways amazing and the company so genuinely beautiful it moved me to tears. I worked so damn hard and gave everything I had to give and it paid off. IGNITE was a huge success.
So why in the wake of such success did I feel so underwhelmed?