Yesterday I had an unforgettable opportunity to present in the Health & Wellness Pavilion at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston, MA, one of the largest women's events in the country that boasted 11,000 attendees and wonderful sponsors like Dell, Reebok, Raytheon, and more.


As a speaker, I was treated like royalty, with a private VIP room to relax and review my presentation, which takes time and effort on behalf of the very busy, most likely anxious event staff—so thank you for a beautiful client experience. 

I first spent an amazing morning emceeing a session with The NY Times Best Selling Badass Author Jen Sincero, and then the afternoon with Diane Von Furstenberg and Meryl Streep, which left me truly reeling with inspiration and excitement to move my own business forward and empower myself to keep journeying forward towards my dreams.

At 3:50pm, I led my session in the pavilion on "Finding Your Zen in the Corporate Chaos", where I shared best practices for everyday grinders on how to find their zen as a leader in business. I had several executives approach me with applause, and was thrilled that my message and mission was so well received amidst a very brilliant audience of powerhouse women!

I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to meet with such an inspiring and ambition group of women, who gathered to learn and network. Incredible things can happen when women support one another! 

In closing, here are some of my favorite quotes captured during the main sessions along with some photos to enjoy...

"We have to embrace the idea of our gladness in the ruthless furnace of this world." -Jack Gilbert


"Hope is a plan. Don't worry about your weight, it is a waste of time when I think about how many years I wasted spending time on that." -Meryl Streep


And from the fabulous Diane Von Furstenberg...

"There are so many doors out there, you never know which ones are your might not be glamorous, but a not so glamorous door can lead to a glamorous life. Nothing is too small."

"The more confident I became, the more I could sell confidence. Life is not about high and success, you have things that happen along the way. When you're successful, two things happen: 1) You can pay your bills; 2) You have a voice."

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