Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.
This Nov 5th episode features women leaders: Natalie Currie,
Felicia Johnson, Julia Beauchamp, & Robin Gilliam
Find out more about these WSA Leaders
Natalie Currie works with small to large businesses who are progressive, innovative and team-oriented. She helps individuals, teams and organizations thrive in the new world of work. Her expertise is helping people build their strengths to create positive work and a positive world. Learn more at: http://NatalieGCurrie.com
Felicia Johnson works with people who struggle with mental health issues as well as their families, friends and loved ones. Her goal is to raise awareness and fight the stigma that is on mental health issues. She encourages people to talk about these issues. Learn more about her work at: http://FeliciaJohnsonAuthor.com
Julia Beauchamp works with 6-figure speakers who have worried about losing their voice. Julia is passionate about how we say, what we say, and what that says about who we are, what we’re hiding and what mask we’re wearing in the world. Julia uses the transformational power of speaking with her clients to build their confidence and results. http://juliabeauchamp.com
Robin Gilliam works with recovering addicts and trauma survivors.
She helps people deal with and heal from trauma and addiction through art to strengthen and support their recovery. Find out more at http://RobinGilliamsArt.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.
Natalie suggests that we discover what is at the intersection of what you love to do and what you are good at doing – this is your strength or genius zone. Spend more time in your strengths/genius zone and create a fuller, happier, more rewarding life-work.
Felicia says we should talk about mental health issues. Don’t stigmatize it like you wouldn’t stigmatize physical health issues.
Julia asks “What if your breathing was more important than… anything else?”
Robin advises to paint a picture, write a song, make a quilt, do a dance, create a collage out of torn magazines or found objects, write a poem, sing a song, write a story, learn to play a musical instrument – do something creative to express and let go of harmful feelings so you can heal and recover.