How I share my messy brilliance
I have a lot of thoughts about a lot of things. Check out some of my favorite pieces here and see if you relate.
I mentioned my book, Your Messy Brilliance, above. I’m all about messy. I believe that the “truth” of who we are and what we are capable of lives in our messiness. Messiness has negative connotations in our culture—after all, “hot mess” is hardly a compliment—but to me, it signifies a person’s wholeness.
As women, we beat ourselves up for being too emotional, too chaotic, too much of everything that actually makes us the powerful, creative, brilliant people we are! My book is something of a love song to the “feminine.” The things we believe make us imperfect or not enough are actually the places where our highest potential for joy and creativity lives. And that kind of mess is hot.
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I’m a speaker and workshop facilitator. Everything I talk about boils down to helping women reclaim their voices so they can live life unapologetically and on their own terms. Check out my upcoming speaking engagements here, and find out how you can hire me as a speaker here.
I mentor and nurture
Most of all, I pour my time into creating courses for bold and powerful women who want to make a difference, make life happen, and act on their dreams. Find them here.
I welcome your story
I get asked every day, “Is this a place for liberals?” “Is this a place for God, or for Goddess?” “Is this a place for pro-lifers like me?”
Here’s my answer: No. And yes. And both. (And not in any order.)
No matter who you are, I believe that you have a story to share that will benefit another person.
Even if I completely disagree with everything you stand for, your story is welcome here.
That means we can all expect to run into some types we wouldn’t hang out with. But maybe that’s what our world needs right now.
Please remember: this isn’t a place for political argument, or what’s right and what’s wrong. It’s a place to share your story, and connect with someone else’s.
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