It's time that you value your work, your time, and your strengths

Tired of not feeling good enough or not having enough time or always struggling with work/life balance?

Ready to shake off self-doubt and fight burn-out?

Do you have a hard time shutting your brain off before bed because of the endless to-do list?

Instead, are you ready to believe in yourself, start recognizing your strengths, and work on prioritizing wellness and self-care?

That's where the Vive Challenge comes in and the focus of each of our Vive Retreats.

The Vive Challenge

Vive is a set of challenges inspired by ideas of different thought leaders and combined in a way that redefines what it means to be brave in this day and age. It is divided into two parts, each with 5 principles. 

The first is centered around taking a deeper look at what it means to stand up for yourself through setting boundaries, prioritizing self-care, and celebrating small wins.

The second focuses on standing up for others by leading with integrity and grace, helping and collaborating when opportunities present themselves, and staying humble and grateful to others.

The 10 principle challenges may not come easy but are meant to take courage and time to work towards living with more empathy, with boundaries, with more confidence, and with happiness.

Vive Retreats we established so that women interested in working on these 10 mini challenges could learn about them and then work on them together, so that we can help hold each other accountable along the way.

Part I: Standing Up For Yourself

1. Learn to say no

2. Learn when to ask for help

3. Know your worth

4. Set ambitious goals

5. Celebrate small wins

Part II: Standing Up For Others

6. Help others reach their goals

7. Stand up for others

8. Lead with empathy and grace

9. Collaborate with others

10. Say I’m sorry, you were right, and thank you

Your Host

Adrienne Fletcher is the owner of a full-service boutique portrait studio in Gainesville, FL. Despite a degree in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design, it took years for her to believe enough in herself that she was capable of running a sustainable business in the industry that she most loved. Though the journey took her through a Master’s degree and years in jobs where she didn’t feel valued or were unfulfilling, there were also plenty of mentors, of supporters, and those that throughout the way taught her other ways of leading, of working, of living, and of seeing herself. 

Adrienne created the principles of Vive at first as a challenge for herself but was soon after inspired to share with other women to create a collaborative community of encouraging accountability.

Learn more about her photography services

Now that you know the Vive Challenge, learn more about our retreats!

Spend the weekend uplifting yourself and others