Adrion Porter hit a mid-career slump. Seeking to re energize, he made a change that led him down a new path. Now a speaker and mid-career strategist, Adrion seeks to help others to “…reframe, rethink, reset, reenergize, [and] recalculate…”
“When I can bring forth value and impact by helping others amplify the best of who they are,” says Adrion, “that’s me living my best life.”
Fauzia Khan had a strict upbringing. Born in Pakistan before immigrating to the United States, and later to Canada, Fauzia’s upbringing held her back from social circles, all culminating with her parent’s attempts at an arranged marriage. She didn’t go through with it. But a later break from a toxic relationship empowered Fauzia to stand up for herself, to find joy, and to help others do the same. Tune in to learn more about Fauzia and her venture to help empower women.
As a corporate executive, Deepa Purushothaman was no stranger to a high stress and hectic work life, made stronger by the difficulties of navigating the position as a woman of color. However, after suffering a series of health issues, Deepa decided to put her health and happiness first, and left corporate America.
Now an author, speaker and “inclusion visionary,” Deepa believes that when we do what we’re supposed to be doing in the world and when living our purpose, “the right people and the right thing[s] show up.”
“Think with your heart,” says Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino. “…when your heart speaks…use that as a beacon.”
Elizabeth, inspired by her father’s unexpected grasp of language after a series of strokes, began to rethink her life passions. She established the Best Ever You Network and is a best-selling author and life coach, offering all of us ways to make change in our lives by aligning our hearts, truths and energy. The free annual Best Ever You Women’s Conference is March 8, 2022 and will be available on the Best Ever You website.