HELLYES: What I Did That Was One

Another hellyes— my family (and travel and dairy free ice cream).

You know what’s a hellyes for me? Creation and creativity (following mine)…

And, as a result, this ~> The Creative Heroine Experience.

Recently, as some of you know who have already RSVP’d to the FREE event here in sunny LA, I joined together two ideas that I started working on years ago:

1. The Creative Heroine (virtual) Conversations and
2. The desire slash idea I had (last year) to gift my community a killer event that breathed new life into the coaching industry. 

Events feel like part my thing. In fact, early on, my very first client was planning and designing a 150 person event in San Francisco. 

Since then, I took a different road and didn’t keep pursuing event design but have always loved and had ideas for unique events that fit like a glove for those in attendance…

I’ve planned and executed numerous memorable events for my clients over the last 16 years…epic, day-long photo shoot days for groups of entrepreneurs, workshops here and abroad, “brand tours” across the US and abroad, mastermind retreats at my home and in Napa, VIP days at my home and abroad, not to mention, having spoken at many events, large and small.

Events and being LIVE and in person are IT ~ they have the IT factor. This doesn’t even add in the power of speaking and sharing your message.

I share this to say that it was a long road from those early days 16 years ago — the road to finally come back to a part of myself (or more of myself) realizing and re-committing to my zone of beautiful, specially curated events (and larger ones, too).

The zest and life force that comes with designing and planning all the elegant, wild and creative details that make an event truly magnificent — an outside-the-box experience that changes people because it’s truly something they haven’t seen, heard or done before in their industry or in any industry — is unprecedented. 

It gives me life. Maybe you can relate to something you’ve said “I’ll wait” to over and over again. 

I kept putting off pulling these two ideas together. And it would pain me! Why do we do that? Why do we prolong our joy?

Silly Creative Heroine (that’s speaking directly to me).

But that’s done. It’s a new dawn, for all of us in so many ways.

What’s a hellyes for you?

What do you keep putting off?

Let’s come together for the day and get to it at The Creative Heroine Experience on March 3. It’s a gifted event to say thank you and to celebrate my long run of a business, life’s work, I love and am grateful I get to engage in every day. 

Have you RSVP’d? 

Again, CHE is on March 3rd and will be bringing together award-winning creators such as world-renowned sculptors, performers and more. All here in sunny Los Angeles. Come and make a weekend out of it. 

If you’re a hellyes — reserve your seat below (space is limited):

If you’ve been following me for a while and we don’t know each other in person yet (and no matter where you live), make sure you’re in the room. 

Come give yourself a gift by being blown away by what you’re about to experience.


Enjoy your business, enjoy your life! 

Life is good,


 Michelle Ghilotti
Couture Brand Creator & Success Coach

p.s. If you haven’t read the detail about the event, you can do so HERE. Here’s what a past client emailed me minutes after reading about The Creative Heroine Experience: “What can I say except that I am overwhelmed with emotion at seeing your email this morning.

The emotion is a reaction to the powerful, clear truth that feels as if all the work you’ve ever done and put out there has culminated into this beautiful, powerful, delicious event. 

As you know, Iso value truth, and am always striving to live more truthfully, and your truth rings so loud and so clear in this offering that it’s just freaking beautiful.

As a witness of your life and work, I want to extend my deepest gratitude and congratulations!

As a seeker of truth and self-sovereign power and deliciousness, I can’t WAIT to attend.

I love you and appreciate you and here’sto a RAD 2018!” ~(thank you, Natalie Kling).

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