This is part two of a series of posts that we hope will inspire and keep you engaged with what you learned at Emerging Women Live.
We are so grateful for being able to bring together these phenomenal women who shared their unique power stories, who gave us the gifts of wisdom and joy, who inspired and motivated us to take our work to the next level. We encourage you to share your favorite Emerging Women Live moments, so please leave a comment below and tell us what inspired YOU the most at #EWLive13.
1. Kelly McGonigal — The Science of Change
Stanford University psychologist Kelly McGonigal, PhD, author of The Willpower Instinct and The Neuroscience of Change, shared with us the latest scientific insights into why change is hard, and how we can succeed. We learned that mindfulness, self-trust, and social support are key for igniting change and achieving success. Learn practical, science-based strategies for getting started, overcoming setbacks, and staying motivated.
2. Jennifer Lee — Creative Action Planning for Right-Brain Entrepreneurs
3. Christine Kane — Be the C.E.O. of YOU: Bringing Your Best Self to Business and Life
Christine Kane is known as the Mentor to People Who are Changing the World. She is the president and founder of Uplevel You™, a million-dollar company committed to the growth and empowerment of entrepreneurs and creatives around the globe. Christine taught us three core concepts for claiming the role as a heart-centered entrepreneur, in order to grow your business, emerge as a leader in your world, attract the perfect customers and clients, and stand as a friend to your partners.
4. Claire Zammit — FEMININE POWER – Ignite Your Destiny
Claire Zammit Ph.Dc, is the co-creator of the Feminine Power courses for women and co-leads a thriving global learning community of over 200,000 women. At Emerging Women Live 2013 Claire shared with us the KEY to awakening our creative power is a shift into the FEMININE way of shaping our lives. Feminine Power is the power to manifest that which is beyond our control, including those things that your heart most yearns for-intimacy, relatedness, creative expression, authentic community, meaningful contribution and authentic success.
5. Tara Sophia Mohr — Playing Big: The Work of Our Time
Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She helps women play bigger in their work and in their lives. With an MBA from Stanford University and her undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale, Tara takes a unique approach that blends inner work with practical skills, and weaves together both intellectual rigor and intuitive wisdom. At Emerging Women Live Tara redefined the patriarchal model of playing big and gave it a new meaning by introducing a model in which women are claiming in its place.