Permission to put it all down.
My audiences are filled with highly accomplished—and exhausted—people like you.
Which means that when I take the stage or step up to the microphone to speak, I am literally preaching to the choir.
You know full-well those bright lights, white-hot attention, pressure to deliver the goods, and desire to do right by your audience.
You know what it’s like to hold brave space, speak bold (sometimes unpopular) words, and show up fully in the moment.
Which is why it’s so lovely to not be the one up there doing that sometimes, am I right?
I give my audience the gift of not being on stage.
But more than that, I create communities for brave-hearted, bold movers and shakers to gather together so they don’t feel so alone in the world.
It’s delicious to be a member of an audience when you’re used to being the one onstage—and that is the gift I aim to give each time I’m up there.