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This Moved Me Brett Trapp Blog Image

Brett Trapp of the online memoir/story/audio story Blue Babies Pink is a writer, speaker and marketing consultant whose story took my heart by storm this past spring. Brett’s “Southern coming out story” has been described as the “Netflix of blogs” – and is the epitome of Brené Brown’s “excruciating vulnerability.” He risked a lot to tell his true story. And it’s awesome. So I was thrilled to get him …

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I have done some writing recently about how important it is to get a handle on our internal mindset before we step out on stage. So it was so wonderful to talk with Kenya Pope – an author, speaker, artist and coach – whose mission is to help heart-centered entrepreneurs make money while they make a difference. To eradicate the “starving” artist notion! That is a worthy cause! And …

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BRAVELY SHARING WHAT WE CREATED

I’m reading Brené’s (you know, THE Brené’s) new book, Daring Greatly. Last night I read this line: “Sharing something that you’ve created is a vulnerable but essential part of engaged and Wholehearted living. It’s the epitome of daring greatly.”  Doing this work – or any work that you care about – can sometimes feel like a slog-fest. [That’s not a word, but do you know what I mean?] Slogging up …

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