The Power of Your Voice
Guest Speaker ~ Tasha Wilson
“Know you are enough. Don’t allow your experiences to minimize your worth.”
– Tasha Wilson
I have more to say.
When is the last time you picked up a book and was so intrigued with the cover you had to flip it over and read the content on the back? The titles of Tasha Wilson’s book draw us, the consumer, in and we have to know more.
Tasha is an entrepreneur, transformational speaker, and the author of Shatterproof: Refocusing the Lens, Recognize Your Opponent: When Your Greatest Enemy is Your Inner Me, Who Am I When I’m Under the Limelight? and Who Am I When Everything is Silent?
We have the choice to perceive life’s challenges as a hindrance or allow it to be the powerful force within our voice.
The journey to becoming an author and speaker had many obstacles and challenges. It was within Tasha’s painful history she discovered the power of her voice. Those events and experiences provided her the opportunity to determine who she is (at her core) and gave her the first-hand knowledge on how she could help others thrive. She has hope. Tasha’s zeal is found in helping millennial women get unstuck by mastering the inner critic to authentically live a fulfilling life.
In this Pen to Paper Press Podcast episode, you will hear:
.:. Finding balance as a public figure.
.:. At what age she began reading.
.:. What is the backstory to the cover of Tasha’s fourth book?
.:. Tasha’s book writing process. Does she use an outline?
.:. The elements of publishing a book she enjoys the most.
.:. The responses to the three questions she wrote to me.
The message Tasha brings forth is that of hope and knowing we are enough. The conversation we had explores Tasha’s writing process and how the events in her life continue to motivate her to share her wisdom.
Pour a mug of lemon water for yourself and listen to this empowering conversation.
Who is Tasha Wilson?
Recognizably known as Tasha W: Messenger of Hope. Tasha is an author, entrepreneur and transformational speaker. She helps millennial women to unlock the treasure within, confront pitfalls from the past and explore the power of fearlessness. In June of 2019, Tasha’s book Recognize Your Opponent: When Your Greatest Enemy is Your Inner Me was introduced on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University as a university-wide initiative to facilitate discussion. It is a resource utilized for readers to learn tools and strategies in addressing imposter syndrome. Learn more about Tasha at lifewithtashaw.com.
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Podcast music by Joseph McDade
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