Do you have an event where you need someone to inspire your audience? Is your audience filled with people who have struggled and have overcome great obstacles? Are you a part of a tribe of people who are looking for a way to move beyond the places where you feel lost and broken? If so, I will craft a keynote presentation for you that will give words to the beauty and truth of who you are. I offer my words as a blessing and I hold a sacred healing space for all of the people that I share my voice with. It is an honor and a privilege to be able to offer a message of empowerment and healing to the world. I would love to talk with you about the possibilities. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Excerpt from “Moving Beyond the Broken Places” Keynote at a mental health conference in Chesterfield, Virginia, May 2015:
“How many people here have ever felt broken? How many people feel broken now? Well, I have been where you are.
And if there is one thing for you to remember from my talk, it is this…YOU ARE MUCH MORE than what the world sees you as. You are much more than broken.
You are, in truth, magnificent, and you have everything you need inside of you to move beyond feeling broken and to be in the place where you feel joyful and alive and whole.
That might seem impossible from where you are sitting today, but I have to tell you that it is not.
I am going to share with you where I have been and my own healing journey from the lost places to where I am now. I am going to show you how I stopped being lost. How I live in the world now that I am no longer broken.
I am the one up here sharing my story and what I have learned but truthfully, this morning is about you. It is my hope that we can create something here together that makes us all a little closer to being whole.
So listen today from the quiet place inside yourself. Because we are going to talk about you.
We are going to dive deep into the place of who you are in your most clear and beautiful self. We are going to uncover the green shoots of your soul that have been covered up.”
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