FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 11, 2017
Life Coaches Offer One-of-a-Kind Women’s Outing Beautiful WholenessTM Set for Feb. 18th in Bismarck, ND.
“There isn’t another girls’ day like it,” says Mandy B. Anderson, Big Blue Couch® Coaching (BBCC) CEO and co-founder. “Our Beautiful WholenessTM event allows women to get REAL about who they’re designed to be. We provide an authentic and safe atmosphere where women can acknowledge doubts and fears and garner tools to overcome them.”
She adds that while the day’s purpose is serious business, the platform is fun-filled. “Coffee, camaraderie, laughter, and even dancing make self-improvement quite the party!” Anderson says with a smile.
The third annual Beautiful Wholeness event is Feb. 18 at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck, N.D., from 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Anderson takes the stage with her best friend and BBCC co-founder, Raychel Chumley, for a series of presentations that foster confidence, self-worth, faith, healthy relationships, and conflict resolution.
The tools shared by Anderson and Chumley combine the women’s professional training as Certified Life Coaches with their personal experience in overcoming trials.
Anderson has endured life-threatening cystic fibrosis, complete loss of belongings, and overwhelming debt. She teaches women how to stand firm when others crumble, finding persistence and purpose in painful circumstances.
Such circumstances for Chumley included a broken home in childhood, a near-fail marriage as an adult, and years of paralyzing perfectionism, anxiety, and depression.
When life was at its worst, Anderson and Chumley found comfort in the Bible and the embrace of a friend on an actual “Big Blue Couch.” The ladies note that this seasoned piece of furniture now serves as an emblem of empowerment for them and other ladies on their own journeys to becoming beautifully whole.
“A beautifully whole woman is intentional, purposeful, courageous, and steadfast in becoming the person she’s always wanted to be,” Chumley says. “She welcomes growth opportunities; strives for balance; changes unwanted thoughts and behaviors; and persists in the pursuit of excellence.”
Anderson reminds ladies that “the first step is showing up,” and spending several hours with one life coach in a typical setting would cost more than $500 – the whole team more than $3,000. “No doubt, Beautiful Wholeness is the best bang for your buck,” she says.
Chumley adds that past participants have expressed their true sense of belonging, regardless of circumstance or faith. She says, “We encourage women of all ages and walks of life to attend.”
Early bird tickets start at $79, increasing to $99 on Jan. 30. If seats remain, tickets at the door are $120. Additional details and registration can be found at www.bigbluecouchcoaching.com/beautifulwholeness.
Contact: Teresa Pierson
PR Director, Big Blue Couch® Coaching