Author Simon Sinek wrote a book called Start With Why, where he emphasizes the importance for individuals and corporations to not only understand what they do and how they do it, but, more importantly, WHY they do it.
In this time of division and uncertainty, it’s women's and girls' voices we need to hear the most. This is ‘why’ I do, what I do.
I'm a motivational speaker, author, multiple award-winning songwriter and mom (my most important role). My platform centers around helping women and girls improve the most important relationship: the one we have with ourselves. While my primary target is female, I have spoken to various audiences that include men and boys, as well.
My main program/presentation is titled "Motiv8: 8 Ways To ROCK Your Own World." Motiv8 highlights 8 effective skills that, when practiced consistently, help us reduce stress, increase awareness, improve decision-making, boost confidence, and, overall, feel better in our own skin.
My book, of the same title, is available on Amazon. And, given that one of my biggest passions is songwriting, I composed an original song for every chapter. Motiv8: 8 Songs To ROCK Your Own World is available on every major digital music channel.
I am also the co-creator and head songwriter of “Dittydoodle Works,” an Emmy-nominated and nationally distributed Public Television children’s series, for which I wrote more than 200 songs (the show aired between 2005-2010). I've been fortunate to also have the opportunity to use my songwriting charitably, composing custom songs for sick children through the Songs of Love foundation, as well as the theme song for the esteemed Wounded Warrior Project.
One last thing I wanted to share about my background is that I am the child of a Holocaust survivor. My dad lost his entire family at the age of 13 and survived by escaping to the forest where he hid for two years. This experience has deeply shaped who I am and how I show up in the world. Wherever I speak, I share my father's incredible story of tragedy and triumph. He is now officially one of the last living survivors on the planet. Doing this work is my way of honoring not only him, but also the legacy of the two most important women in his life - his beloved mother who helped save his life, and his sister whom he adored.
It would be a privilege to have the opportunity to entertain, inspire and delight your audience at your next event.
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