Getting to the Root of Setting Goals, at Chambar

January 10, 8:30am - 10:00am PST. Hosted at Chambar Restaurant

part of a series on Roots


About this FieldTrip

Feelings and beliefs are at the ROOT of our choices. Strong, intentional roots grow into real results. What do you currently believe about setting goals? What is the purpose or definition of a goal? What is your biggest challenge when it comes to goals?

How do you set goals?

For this FieldTrip, let’s talk. We’ll explore these questions together, leverage the wisdom and experiences of our community, and bust through some of the myths and limiting beliefs around goals.

This workshop/exploration will be lead by CM Volunteer, Aura McKay. We will be hosted by Chambar Restaurant, in the downstairs section of their restaurant. We have the space all to ourselves!

Arrive between 8:30-9am for coffee. The facilitated dialogue and exploration will take place 9-10am.

About Aura McKay

Aura McKay has been a long time volunteer with Creative Mornings bringing her photography skills and her dynamic hosting presence to our community for over 4 years. She is the founder of Business of Creativity, an award winning photographer, and an experienced business coach.

She didn’t always embrace all things business and marketing. Like many creatives, she just wanted to get paid to do what she loved. She knows what it is like to be a reluctant, overwhelmed, and distracted entrepreneur.

Unlike most, Aura has a background in accounting and marketing that has helped her design, build, and grow her successful business for the last twenty years.Aura is enthusiastic and passionate in her commitment to helping other reluctant creative entrepreneurs to master the business of creativity.

Learn more about her: www.auramckay.com

About Chambar Restaurant

Our mission is to provide our guests with a warm inviting environment, spectacular menu, and intelligent service, to make every visit memorable. We are a social values business who happens to have kick ass staff parties!

We’re most often described as an unpretentious fling with fine dining.

Learn more about them: www.chambar.com