We are Quilt. We gather in homes for great conversations and things that matter. Together, we power the potential in one-another. Women for woman and woman for women.
Sometimes in the mess of it all--through the media and the inflated stories we hear, we lose sight that we’re all human. What I appreciate most about Miki is how real she is--how she shows up, her willingness to share, and her commitment to moving the needle.
Women sitting around, eager to talk about purpose. Each with their own interpretation of what it means to be on purpose, and how to find it. All able to relate to the agony felt when searching for purpose, or worse, when knowing what yours is, but not living it.
We’ve compiled 5 major lessons taught throughout the book from Michelle’s life experiences and we encourage you to read the memoir yourself to find your personal moments of revelation.
I grew up in a very entrepreneurial family where taking risks and the path “less followed” was actively encouraged. This risk taking mentality was balanced by unconditional support and a “we’ll be here if shit hits the fan” type of love. This duality in my upbringing and family today has been key in pushing me to become a founder and taking risks in my personal and professional life.
We are now in the midst of, and playing an integral role in, redefining what it looks like to be a strong leader–both as women and as inhabitants of this world. Here’s a list of the top 5 go-to podcasts to uncover the type of wholehearted leaders we want to be.
As we look back on 2018, we almost can’t believe the amount that has happened. In our first full year of business, we grew from 1 gathering in 1 city, to 500 in 3. We went from a 3 person team to 9. We launched our own technology, we raised millions of dollars, and so much more.