I'm a wife + mother of 3 - they are the best part of everything that I am. I'm also a Business Strategist and Professional Speaker who loves to inspire others to take big action.
I believe in living boldly. In fact, I believe it is our responsibility to be the most incredible and inspiring versions of ourselves possible - we do this not only for ourselves, but for the generations that will follow, and for the world. After all, we've been blessed to live at this time on planet earth, when dreams are more tangible than ever. We are here for such a time as this!
Above all, I believe in morning prayer, family dinners, date nights, serving your neighbor, and getting back up no matter how many times life knocks you down.
I answered a magazine ad to sell stationery and gift wrap door to door when I was about 10. I got to keep $2 for every sale I made.
During my eighth grade year, I wore something orange every day to school.
I won a clam eating contest when I was in elementary school. (Did I mention it was against grownups?)
I'm dyslexic. As a kid, nothing ever clicked and I was sure that I'd never be able to be successful. Today I attribute being dyslexic as a primary reason for my success.
In second grade, my favorite color was "puke green" (yep, that's what I would say). Between that and a terrible "bowl" haircut (it was a thing), people frequently thought I was a boy.