Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.
This episode features women leaders: Kelli Benis,
Lisa Vanderkwaak, Lisa Smith-Maxam, & Jen Violi
Find out more about these WSA Leaders
Kelli Benis is the author of Ending the Silence of Sexual Abuse and Authorized Facilitator for Darkness To Light’s Stewards of Children Workshop. Learn more about Kelli at http://kellibenis.com
Lisa Vanderkwaak, author of “Let The REAL U Step Forward,” empowers women to find their voice, stand with confidence and speak with clarity and transformational impact. http://www.LisaVanderkwaak.com
Lisa Smith-Maxam, an expert in the world of human resources, works with individuals and businesses in groups and individual sessions. http://www.tsrcanada.com
Jen Violi, author of “Putting Makeup on Dead People” works with women who have healing stories they need to tell. Through her writing coaching, editing & retreats they turn their scars into gifts, and transform their pain into possibility, power, and purpose. Find out how at http://www.jenvioli.com
Host and Google Hangout On Air Producer is Laura Rubinstein, Certified Hypnotherapist, Social Media & Marketing Mentor and Business Transformation Strategist, of http://SocialBuzzClub.com and http://TransformToday.com
Advice from our WSA Experts
We asked our featured guests to share some of the valuable wisdom that they use with their clients.
Kelli Benis reminds us that abuse hides in silence and the silence breeds shame. Share your story, find your tribe and take the first powerful steps to healing.
Lisa Vanderkwaak says the world needs to hear what they have to say , and the stages are longing to be filled with authentic , inspiring women speakers. Encourage young women to develop the skills they need to do this.
Lisa Smith-Maxam emphatically says – “Never say Never and that anything and EVERYTHING is possible when you put your mind to it”!
Jen Violi believes that you need to trust that the world needs your unique voice and healing story, so start telling it, even if that means starting small—private journaling, facebook posts, blog, etc.