Being a communicator can be very rewarding but, like all professions, it also comes with unique challenges. You’re charged with delivering the right message in the right way to the right audience(s) at the right time. As a communicator, you play a very important role; one that is not for the faint of heart. You’ve spent years honing your skills and abilities, so it can be frustrating when your communication counsel is questioned – or worse, ignored! At times, it can have you second-guessing your abilities and questioning your true value. Even the most successful communication professionals occasionally hear that little inner voice wreaking havoc with their confidence and self-worth as it plays those self-doubt scripts over and over in their head.
In this engaging and inspirational session, Chelsea will reveal her story of labels, worthiness and refusing to be boxed in, and teach us how to Flip the Script to finally realize the success we are meant to achieve! During this program, we’ll also explore:
- Self-doubt – it’s root causes and how to keep it from holding you back
- The warning signs your body gives you when you’re on the verge of burnout and how to recognize them, before it’s too late
- The true definition of success and how you can achieve it
May 12, 2022
Noon - 1:00 p.m. Eastern
About Our Speaker
Chelsea Austin is a writer, speaker and advocate from Malibu, California raised by two of the most incredible parents, her dads. Chelsea has taken her story of being raised by two gay men, and used it as a platform to spread love, acceptance and has advocated for the LGBTQ+ community since she was in high school. In 2010, she was voted one of the Top Fifteen LGBT Activists in the Los Angeles area. Her upcoming book Inexplicably Me: A Story of Labels, Worthiness, and Refusing to Be Boxed In will be released April 26, 2022.
Graduating Magna Cum Laude from Muhlenberg College in 2015 with a degree in theatre and dance, Chelsea has taken her theatrical background and created a career out of sharing her experiences as the daughter of two gay men and a young woman navigating the world on her blog, “The Girl With Five Names,” her podcast, “Worthiness Warriors,” and through speaking engagements, as she prepares to release her first book surrounding her life, her beliefs and her wish to bring peace, self-love and joy to as many individuals as possible. Home for Chelsea is in Los Angeles with her incredible husband, Dominic and sweet puppy, Moe.
- May 12, 2022 at 12:00pm – 1pm
- 8 people are going