Crazy Sexy TEDxFiDi Women
Hiya Hot Stuff,
Well, well, well, look at our brilliant bloggers rockin’ the mic at TEDx! It’s like a Crazy Sexy party. Grab some tea or juice, settle in and enjoy. I’m so proud! Ladies and gents, I give you the phenomenal Gabby Bernstein, Alissa Vitti, Mama Gena, Lissa Rankin, SARK and of course, my very own spectacular sister, Leslie Carr. Can you believe that her very first public speech was a TED talk? Oh, yeah! Cause that’s how we roll in my family. WOOT!
Beware: You will get goosebumps. Oh and you may want to quit your job, change your life and lock and load into your greatness. I’m just saying.
Have a terrific weekend!
Peace & inspirational lectures,
Featured in the New York Times Sunday Styles section as “a new role model,” motivational speaker, life coach and author Gabrielle Bernstein is making her mark.
Alisa Vitti, HHC, AADP (Holistic Health Counselor, American Association of Drugless Practitioners) founded Laughing Sage Wellness, now the FLO Living Center LLC, in Manhattan, ten years ago—this, after battling the frustrating health symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and then healing herself through food and lifestyle changes.
Regena Thomashauer (Mama Gena) is a revolution: an icon, teacher, author, mother and one of a handful of pioneers on the planet researching the nature of pleasure and dedicating her life to the discipline of pleasure.
Lissa Rankin, MD is an OB/GYN physician, author, keynote speaker, consultant to health care visionaries, professional artist, and founder of the women’s health and wellness community OwningPink.com. Discouraged by the broken, patriarchal health care system, she left her medical practice in 2007 only to realize that you can quit your job, but you can’t quit your calling.
SARK is a best-selling author and artist, with sixteen titles in print and well over two million books sold.
Dr. Leslie Carr is a registered clinical psychologist in private practice, where she works with adults out of her San Francisco, CA office, as well as via Skype.
Photo credit: Michelle Fetsch