You’ve heard it all, the sickening variations of “You can’t do it”, or “Just be like the others.” As women, often we are demanded to fit into specific social expectations, while in fact we can do so much, so much more! It’s the era where tell the non-believers to just sit back, relax, and watch us climb our way to the top. In August Lady Boss, let’s join Luana from Italy, Kim from United States and Sarah from Indonesia as they share about how they gave zero f*ck to those who doubt them and keep doing their thing till they become who they are right now: independent, badass ladies! Come to share your questions and ideas, whilst networking with other lady bosses. We are bringing back this really cool event to celebrate the amazing women who are building fantastic businesses in Dojo.
The Lady Bosses:
Luana S. was born in Milan, Italy. After graduating in 2009, she decided to move abroad and haven’t moved back since. She spent 2 years in Australia, 5 years in Paris and 6 months in London, where she accepted her first (and so far only) remote job, Marketing Coordinator for The Happiness Planner. She decided to check Bali out for 3 months. She’s been here for almost 2 years now and still loving it. Her motto: life is good.
Kim Khunaraksa is manifestation coach and host of the Mind Your Vibe podcast. She helps people break through limiting beliefs, connect to their intuition, and transform a good life into a great life. Kim is originally from the US and has lived in Thailand, Australia, Cleveland, Chicago, and San Francisco. While living in San Francisco, she worked as a remote employee for a company and got a taste of location freedom. Now she is fully location independent and travels with her husband Khun. In her free time, you can find her at a yoga class, reading personal development books, or drinking green smoothies.
Despite growing up in USA, Sarah Nurhadi was born in Balikpapan, East Borneo to a race mixed family with basic strict muslim fundamentals. She was a very passionate girl with big dreams since a very young age, but more often than not can’t pursue what she wants because of lack of support from the family, and because it’s against the ‘family rules’. Sarah then got married at a very young age and was blessed with two boys, even though the marriage didn’t last very long before the final divorce. After trying to work in an oil company, Sarah decided to resign and build her own business in the field that she fond of the most: baking. She is now an owner of a bakery where she spends her day baking cakes for people’s special occasions. She also shares her skill in decorating cakes & baking through some courses while trying to build her own small cake gallery and coffee shop.
Event Registration Instructions
This event is free and open to public. Limited to 50 spots. If you want to join this event, please register at the Dojo Front Desk or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and mention if you want to join the networking dinner at Tropikale afterwards.