Workshop attracts wonderful women

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A group of 30 local women of all ages attended a wild and whacky personal development workshop at the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club last Thursday with speakers Natalie Shepherd and Sandra Martin. The free event was hosted by the Buckwaroon Landcare Group in partnership with House with No Steps and was funded as part of the Australian Government’s Drought Assistance Package.





The House with No Steps, in partnership with the Buckwaroon Landcare Group, hosted a fun personal development day for local women last week.

Led by experienced speakers Dr Natalie Shepherd, a health professional and business woman, and Sandra Martin who has business senior management experience, the group of 30 local women of all ages engaged in a series of practical and fun exercises.

“It was a good group to work with,” Ms Martin said.

“They were very interactive and asked some fabulous questions,” she said.

“There was a lot of community engagement, and some of the women got to meet others who they didn’t already know.”

In addition to promoting self confidence and self belief, participants learnt how their brain works.

“They learnt “how” they think not “why” they think the things they do,” Ms Martin said.

The Wild Wacky Wonderful Women’s workshops aim to encourage women to support each other to go after their goals in life.