An opportunity to step outside the day-to-day and go away with a renewed perspective

Whether you are in the middle of building a project or at a transition point in your life or career, you will develop the mindset and skills to achieve your goals more quickly and with less risk of burnout.


 “As founders, leaders and innovators, it’s important to hold onto the spark. That moment when there was nothing but an idea or dream. The moment before you had a business to run and got caught up in the day to day grind.”

– Kevin Osborne, MeWe CEO



A retreat for pioneering leaders – founders of enterprises or changemakers within an organisation. It is an opportunity to step outside the day-to-day running of your business and go away with a renewed perspective and tools that will give you the best chance of making 2021-22 a breakthrough year of progress and growth.

At the heart of the retreat is enabling you to understand and re/connect with your purpose because MeWe believes that this not only drives the success of your business but also your well-being.



Who is this for?

This is for experienced entrepreneurs/founders and changemakers in organisations who are wanting an opportunity to xxx,

What should I expect?

The retreat combines a mixture of group activity with individual work and reflection. ‘Zoom’ and ‘Retreat’ can seem like an oxymoron, however, we have created a varied programme of both on and offline activities and experiences to genuinely create the space for you to recharge and be inspired.


“I feel more confident with my vision and plans and know what next steps have to be taken”

“Meeting likeminded people and seeing that our struggles are universal despite our different businesses really gave me confidence!”

“The event was well planned and packed with sessions and facilitation was perceptive to the dynamics of the sessions and adapted when needed. The team were very skilled at managing some sensitive sessions.”

“It gave me a good foundation to start organising my thoughts and be comfortable with my uncertainty. I feel more equipped to move forward with myself and my organisation’s development.”

“I had an amazing time. It was occasionally tough…emotionally and focus wise. But overall, a very well put together event.”

“Thanks again! Tremendous work, and very moving experience!”



Tell me more about the content

The three main themes of the retreat will be ‘knowing your dream’, ‘thriving with pressure’ and ‘taking the next step’. All the work will be done in the real and relevant context of your current and future challenges so that you can go away with renewed perspective and tools that will tangibly help you move forward personally and in your business.


  • Focus on purpose

At the heart of the retreat is enabling you to understand and re/connect with your purpose because MeWe believes that this not only drives the success of your business but also your well-being.


  • Clarity

We will spend time focusing on your dreams and aspirations – the deeper purpose behind your project, business or career. We help you get clear on what’s important to you, understand why that’s important, and what is getting in the way. Then we help you align what you actually do each day to this bigger picture …


  • Holding on to purpose

Finding and holding onto purpose is ongoing work and never really stops. We want to build your capacity to focus on the long-term dream, whilst making day-to-day decisions in your business. To do this we need to understand what stops us from finding or staying connected to our dreams.


  • Thriving with pressure

Dealing with pressures can inhibit our ability to connect with our purpose. As we pursue our dream we will certainly have ups and downs and meet many challenges along the way. Understanding the inevitability of stressors and how to respond healthily to them is the second key theme of our retreat. We will look at different types of pressure and how to start building a toolkit to increase resilience and capacity to respond well.


  • Taking the next step

Regardless of where we are on our journey, there will always be a new horizon and a next step required as things grow and develop. Whether things are going well or not, there is always a new possibility to show up and take new action in a way we’ve not done before. Doing anything new is always a little scary. On this retreat we’ll look at next steps on your journey, and identify limiting beliefs and fears that are getting in the way or slowing you down.


“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other people’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your hear and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

Steve Jobs



What you will get:

  • A pre- and post-retreat 1:1 coaching session
  • 3-day live online retreat
  • Accompanying workbook and additional resources
  • Option to continue with a 12 month programme of 1:1 and peer support (additional cost)


Include timetable?

(may be subject to change)

How much does it cost? £X

What are the dates and times?

Day One: Tuesday 18th March, 11:00 – 18:15

Day Two: Wednesday 19th March, 10:00 – 18:15

Day Three: Thursday 20th March, 10:00 – 17:30

*Please note the timings may be subject to slight change



“Just as people cannot live without eating, so a business cannot live without profits. But most people don’t live to eat, and neither must businesses live just to make profits.”

– John Mackey, Whole Foods




more quotes

“I feel like I’ve had the opportunity to make networks with other entrepreneurs making my journey less lonely.”


“I expected it to be a difficult zoom session. It exceeded my expectations massively! I think it was wonderful and very fulfilling and engaging. well done!”


“Really made me realise how much so many entrepreneurs have in common, and that regardless where you are in your journey, the same insecurities will continue to pop-up, but its more about getting used to them rather than necessarily squashing them.”