Public Speaking and Advocacy

“I don’t use my past as an excuse; I use it as a reason to never repeat it.” – Shauna Zamarripa

Throw namby pamby garden-variety motivation, empowerment and everything you have ever heard about why you need it repeatedly out, for keeps. It's time to do things differently, and it's time someone told you the truth.

TRUTH: You don't need to spend money for motivation and life coaching. What you need is someone to tell you how to get motivated and stay empowered no matter what.

Thanks to two decades worth of business experience, I have learned a lot about people. In fact, I have learned more about people than what they would ever care to admit to –in public or in private. The traditional warm, fuzzy life coaching works for a while, but it is not enough to fix whatever it is that is broken within you. People that peddle motivation and self-empowerment would have you believe that you need to buy more in repeat doses, in order to feel good, worthy or valuable. That is why people spend thousands of dollars on books, seminars and inspiration in a single lifetime. I didn't buy into the lie, and you shouldn't either. I am not going to try to sell you on a set of books, a boxed CD set or a series of seminars. You honestly only need one.

How do I know all this?
I have what many folks would call a checkered history, which gives me the been there, done that credentials that people can relate to.

I suffered through severe sexual abuse for most of my childhood.
I was emotionally abused.
I was raised in a cultist religion.
I was a teenage mother.
I was physically abused by my father and spouse.
I was a drug addict and alcoholic.
I had cancer.

However, I overcame the odds. I am a survivor. Now, I am a successful executive and entrepreneur. And I can teach you how to be too, if you are willing to listen and if you can take some tough love.


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