Join us for the Auckland launch of Shelly Davies’ new book – Good Shit I’ve Learned.
Yes, She is a REAL WOMAN who swears not just for emphasis, but because it communicates meaning.
Rebecca and Shelly have danced around each other’s online profiles and commenting on things for at least a couple of years. And this is our first party we’re hosting together.
You might have heard… Shelly wrote a book! It’s so good that Creative Agency Secrets want to help her sell a few copies AND get you facetime with the raw, sensible life-advice which is cram-packed into this volume. We”re organising a book launch – more on that below and link to get tickets.
** When I read the book, I knew I wanted to give copies to my friends – it’s that sort of a book. **
You know how you sit around with wise girlfriends and guyfriends and talk shit and love on each other and share cool stuff you’ve learned and just generally lift each other up, because, #love? That’s what this book is – a collection of good shit I’ve learned, that brings me joy, and has helped me become, well, ME. And I hope it’ll help you become more YOU.
This event ticket INCLUDES a copy of Shelly’s book – but wait – there are 2 versions……
Oh and FYI… YOU who’s cringing at her potty mouth…. Shelly has a NON-SWEARY VERSION. So don’t be put off – she thought of you!! The book will be RELEASED on 22 September and costs $38.87 at bookstores. Your ticket price includes a FREE copy of the book (did I mention this already?).
So choose your ticket carefully because one gives you the warts-and-all sweary version of “Good Shit I’ve Learned” by Shelly Davies and the other ticket gives you the nicely-tidy-no-swear-words version of “Good Stuff I’ve Learned” by Shelly Davies.
And just bring a friend with you – or your teen child – or your auntie or business partner. They will thank you. I promise.
Who should attend?
Women. Women in business, women wanting to advance their careers, women who know that being self-aware is the pathway to freedom, success, joy.
Men. Men who work with women. Men who are challenged by the #MeToo and want to understand and not look like an idiot, men who want to understand their co-workers, their life partners, their children.
What will you learn that you can use?
It’s full of powerful thinking that can help us feel and behave differently in our lives, work, and careers. At the very least, it’s fucking entertaining – as is Shelly when you meet her in the flesh. ￼
Get your tickets to Shelly Davies live and in the flesh Auckland Book Launch.