My personal and professional experiences make me a fantastic choice to speak to your parenting group, business team, media department, community/church group, or counseling organization.
Why I speak!
When I was a little girl, I imagined becoming an author one day. I pursued a career in communications and proceeded to move through various media positions.
And yet, it turns out it - it is not my communications career that gives me the material to speak on. It is the real life that happened in the meantime. Wonderful moments like getting married in a country club, living and working in downtown Chicago, and having beautiful babies. And just as many difficult seasons - like cancer, infertility, painful relationship issues, and parenting obstacles.
I increasingly began to realize that as I shared my own stories with others - both the silly and the serious ones - they felt less alone. So I began to write and speak, and I will continue to do so as long as I sense there is somebody out there who needs to know that they are seen and heard and that somebody else has journeyed on a similar path.
My talks will leave you feeling encouraged, equipped, humored, and less alone in your struggles. Book with me at email@example.com.
MY PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL EXPERIENCE MAKE ME A FANTASTIC CHOICE TO SPEAK AT THESE EVENTS
-Communications/Media Student Events
-Women Entrepreneur Events
-Small Business Events
TITLES OF MY CURRENT TALKS ARE LISTED BELOW
Email me for descriptions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"When Life Doesn’t Go As You Expected"
"Personality Tests, Enneagrams, and Strengths Finders, Oh My!"
"Anger Management: Mom Version"
"Creating A Healthy Relationship With Social Media"
"To Work Or Not To Work As A Mom?"
"Feeling Left Out: The 'Older Than 13 Years Old’ Version"
"Nourishing Your Spiritual Health During Baby & Preschool Years"
"Spouse Communication During Busy Seasons"
"Parenting A Special Needs Child"
"Streamlining Life: Tips on Simplifying Domestic Life”
"How To Make Friends When You’re Older Than 21"
"New Year, New(ish) You"