FREE Event – Nonprofit Cafe, “Goal Setting,” 1/27/2017

Why is goal setting important in life? What difference does it make?  What’s the key to success?  Learn all this and more at the next Nonprofit Cafe.

The Journey of Goal Setting:
What’s the Key to Success?
with Heather Collins, Eagle Mount Bozeman
and Bridget Wilkinson, Bozeman Area Community Foundation

January 27, 2017
8:30a.m – 9:45a.m.

The Weaver Room (upstairs)
at the Emerson Center
111 S. Grand Avenue, Bozeman

It’s free!

>> Click here to register

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

Plenty of people get through life without consciously setting goals. But they are missing out on so many opportunities.

Goal setting motivates you to achieve what you want. Once you know how to set goals, your ability to attach meaning to your deepest desires results in a level of motivation that is greatly overstated but little understood: passion. Setting goals gives your life more meaning, purpose and passion; surely that makes it worth doing?

Setting goals for yourself will have a positive impact on the quality of your time choices. What you decide to do will possibly scare you, probably challenge you, but definitely mean more to you. Join us for this interactive session on goal setting – because you and your future are worth it!

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Heather Collins is the Development Director for Eagle Mount Bozeman, a local Bozeman nonprofit organization, that through the support of a generous Bozeman community, provides therapeutic recreation for people with disabilities and children with cancer. Heather has been a part of Eagle Mount’s administrative staff for eleven years working to strengthen community relationships and support for Eagle Mount’s programs that serve our friends, family members and neighbors. She grew up in southern California and attended the University of Montana studying Health and Human Performance, but the Bozeman community is where she calls home. She enjoys fishing, live music and helping with her family’s hydroponic tomato farm while raising two incredible teenage girls, Campbell and Madison with her husband Zac.

Bridget Wilkinson hails from the bustling metropolis of Moscow, Idaho. She graduated from the University of Idaho (go Vandals!) in 2007 with degrees in Spanish and Public Relations. From 2008-2013, she was the Volunteer and Marketing Director for Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. In 2013, Bridget became the first Executive Director for the Community Foundation. Bridget has her master’s degree in Higher Education from Montana State University. Bridget spends her free time reading, traveling to visit family and friends, volunteering and climbing peaks with her four-legged Labrador daughter, Kai, and husband Tyler.

QUESTIONS?

Call Bridget Wilkinson at 406.587.6262.