One of the most sacred of relationships is that between a mother and her daughter.  The very essence beckons a bond that is both undeniable and at times tumultuous.  She is the reason for being, the reason for believing, and the reason for persevering.
You remember the day she was born.  You remember the countless nights of watching and wondering. You remember the dreams of possibility surrounding her.
You’ve experienced the joy of time shared laughing and the sorrow of those lost moments.  You’ve experienced the “I wish I could do that over again” or “I should have done it differently” moments.  And, you’ve experienced the “will time slow down”, “my baby is growing too fast”, “will she still need me” moments.  The truth is, she will always be your baby.  She will always want the unconditional love of her mother.  And, she will always want you in her corner celebrating the women she is becoming.
Time has an interesting way of changing us.  For some, life throws curve balls and we get off track and then venture back on our path.  For some, life’s curve balls throw us and we stray far from that path with lots of bumps and bruises.
Regardless of your path, you always have a chance to renew, reclaim, and resuscitate the most sacred of relationships.
We, the powerful group of positive, passionate, purpose-filled women of the Dream Queen Association invite you to attend the day long transformational mother-daughter Experience.
Stand Out:  Embrace Your Impact
It will be an opportunity to renew what is possible, reclaim that glorious sacred bond with your daughter, and resuscitate the direction of your wildest dreams.
As was once said:
“When I was a young woman, I wanted to change the world.  I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation.  When I found I couldn’t change the nation, I began to focus on my town.  I couldn’t change the town and as an older woman, I tried to change my family.  Now, as an old woman I realize the only thing I can change is myself and suddenly I realize that if long ago I had changed myself, I could have made an impact on my family.  My family and I could have made an impact on our town.  Their impact could have changed the nation and I could indeed have changed the world.”
As said by George Eliot, “It is never too late to be what you might have been”  Change starts the minute you decide.  And, remember you never know what the future holds until you decide it’s possible.
Join us for the Stand Out: Embrace Your Impact Experience at

Disclosure:  Women, Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Cousins, Friends – all are welcome; while mother daughter was the focus of attraction this year for marketing – all stories, experiences, and topics are relative for all women looking to create impact in their life.

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