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Holistic Hub On The Rise!

It’s almost been a month since the inaugural Holistic Horizons summit and I still hear people talking bout it.  The day was tremendous and full of invigorating people!  The energy was palpable and stayed with me through the entire day and evening buzzing like a bumble bee.

The theme of the summit was Connecting To And Sharing Your Greatness.  Greatness was definitely in that room on September 14th – in every speaker, panelist, team member, attendee, and vendor.  An amazing group of people created the day and supported the effort.  A theme talked about by keynote, Richard Brendan, was collaboration.  He reinforced that we allow for more possibilities and fuller potential through allowing other people in to share their strengths and work together.  It is through this same synergy that Indy Holistic Hub is evolving.

Me and summit co-host, Kathy Jo Slusher, Marketing Tao LLC

Happy to have one another to lean on that day!

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Our Holistic Hub Membership was launched following the summit and we are working on a website project that I call – The Hub of Holistic Self-Care.  Again, I am collaborating with other great professionals to take things to the next playground level.  It’s going to have jungle gyms, merry-go-rounds with lots of merriment, and beyond!  More to be announced in the near future.

I really would love to hear from anyone interested in holistic health and well-being.  What would you like to have available to you through the Indy Holistic Hub website?

In Collaboration~

Jenn Seffrin

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Building Supportive Community

I’m impressed to see as I’m mixing about Indianapolis there are many twenty somethings placing themselves in the midst of it all.  I see them in circles focused on spirituality, social change, entrepreneurism, networking, life coaching and more.  It’s encouraging to see Indy moving and growing.  There are people looking for like-mindedness and shared passion.  There’s more and more for people to tap into depending on their interests and no matter their age!  community peg board

Going back to those twenty somethings – a new online community has emerged geared towards this crowd.  It is twentysomethingIndy.com.   As described on the website,

twentysomething Indy is an online magazine for the savvy and professional twenty-something crowd located in or around Indianapolis. New content is added weekly and covers entertainment, style, food & dining, and professional and home life.

After talking with the founder of twentysomething Indy, Sarah Eutsler, about her goals and what her audience is experiencing, I wrote an article titled Quarter-Life Crisis Be Gone for her online magazine.  Please check it out and Sarah’s growing efforts!  Share with someone who would appreciate it.  Also, if you are looking for a like-minded group and don’t know where to look, let me know and I will help you find what you’re looking for:)

Here’s to a supportive Indy community!  And here’s to twentysomethingIndy.com!

Synergistically yours~

Jenn Seffrin

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Celebrating Humanity

The Olympics are so fun and also humbling.  I love the gymnastics, swimming, and running!!  We have watched as much as we can thus far in my household.  I admire even more that the Olympics brings together people from all over the world to compete and celebrate our nations.  You see humanity from a perspective of diversity and sameness.  Diversity in that we come from different cultures and backgrounds, Olympians are many shapes and sizes, there’s a range of personalities and preparedness.  The sameness is shown through a desire to win, the proud energy of achievement, celebration, and a desire to be part of something bigger than self.  I’ve heard so many times the Olympians comment about their team and representing their nation.  They realize it’s not only about them.  Imagine the impact!

~ Cultural pride ~

~ They compete and then congratulate ~

How can we make all our days olympic days?  Perhaps start by recognizing as human beings we all have innate needs and desires in common.  We appreciate the wins and being acknowledged.  It’s empowering to be part of something bigger.  And when we can foster that at home, work, and within our community each day, we are making strides… and celebrating humanity!

Celebrate here by commenting and sharing your olympic day 🙂

Synergistically yours,

Jenn Seffrin

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