Life after divorce allows you to be true to who you really are. So often in marriage, we forget our own needs because we are busy taking care of our spouse and our children. Because of this, we end up losing sense of what we want and what our needs are. Divorce gives us that chance to rediscover who we are and what we want to be. Today’s guest, Leta Greene, is all about embracing what makes us individually hot and amazing. Join us to learn how you can break down the walls of self doubt and negativity with the 12 Rocks of Hotness!
International speaker including three TEDx talks and author of two best-selling books, Leta Greene doesn't want to intimidate any of you, but she is known as "Hotness." At 12, she won the Boy Scout arm wrestling competition. None of those boys ever asked her out. Leta majored in Sign language and graduated with honors. Ironically, she is REALLY good at not talking. Leta inspires each of us to embrace what makes us individually hot and amazing. As an image consultant and makeup artist since 1999, Leta has helped clients to not only look their best, but to feel their best. Leta has also built a multi-million-dollar business in the beauty industry and is a sought-after trainer for women entrepreneurs. Her message is one of honoring yourself through being authentic to who you are. It is through humor, stories and a new way of seeing the everyday that makes Leta's audiences of all ages want to hold on for more! Her programs range f rom n1aturation programs for girls, confidence workshops for tweens, teen girls and women, seminars for parents on how to talk to your kids about sex and abuse. Leta is also an energetic keynote speaker for conferences and seminars on resiliency, personal responsibility, and, of course, the Hotness factor.
Leta is the mother of Nathaniel, Ailsa, and Katelynn, who Leta and her husband, Nathan, agree are the most adorable children. Just follow her on Facebook and yot1 will see that they are amazing. She says her kids and hubby bring it home for her; anytime she thinks she is too cool, it is time to cook dinner. She considers her greatest accomplishment that her hubby and children still like her.
This can be such an amazing journey of self-discovery. Imagine how much better the world would be if we all had the ability to become our best selves!