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Lindy Lewis

Speaking engagements take me to some of the most fascinating places, from boardrooms to classrooms.

Each event is tailored to the audience with specific goals in mind. That means we have a specific topic to explore, along with action items that will deepen our understanding. I work to make my talks engaging, inspiring, and real. Some of the topics I offer include:

When we seek external validation we turn to the “They” in our lives. However, they deplete our energy and offer a dangerous comparative narrative. Turn to your own conscience and give yourself the Grace to be the Black Sheep as you begin to explore ideas beyond conventional thinking and conditioning that might better serve your spirit.

A good friend and guru of mine once said “Listen to your body’s whispers before you hear it scream.” We should be taking this advice every single day. When you get up and you are sore, stretch. Exercise because you love what your body does for you, not because you’re ashamed of it. Eat well to nourish yourself as you journey through each day. Your health is the positive connection between mind and body, as we take care of our thoughts it reflects in our physical health. Taking time to nurture your spirit is as important as taking time to care for your physical being.

We often give ourselves standards that are black and white based on what we have been taught growing up. We assume that we know what is right and wrong, normal or coo-coo. However, if you allow yourself to be not so black and white, if you let your colors come through your life, your life will shift to allow more colors in, thus reflecting in more authentic and honest relationships with self and others.

This discussion is about are you performing for the external world or are you feeding your soul and spirit?

Holding space allows others to show their true colors and authentic nature and feel safe to do so without being judged. This is a gift that you can offer others, but above all, offer it to yourself for not being perfect. Remember, progress not perfection.

For the incongruencies in our thinking, hold space and allow your quirks to become your colors. Holding space means honoring your transformation process and teaches you to reflect instead of react.

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