A few years ago, I felt like I was at war with myself. Every time I’d let a boundary slide, or I’d keep quiet about an issue at work, or get a great business idea but get too nervous to actually show up online to talk about it...each time I did that, I’d feel an immense sense of disappointment like I’d betrayed myself. As a result of building my boldness, I’m now able to confidently communicate my expectations in relationships and business partnerships. I can unapologetically advocate for the value of my expertise in both the workplace and the marketplace, and I can openly show up and share online with excitement to invite others to experience the great ideas God has given me via my products and services. I went from being a small-town country girl that was primarily only known in her community and always dreamed of accessing wealth...to a globally-recognized speaker and executive coach that has helped thousands unlock a bolder way of believing in themselves all while recognizing that wealth was already her portion.