Women deal with a subset of challenges that are very specific to being a woman. We experience consistent unconscious gender bias, unsupported emotional labor, impostor syndrome, envy and fear on an almost daily basis. And though these traits do not solely impact women; they often do.
And this contributes to women feeling insecure, weak, fearful and unable to ask for what we want or need within our personal and professional lives.
And in an even larger context, these feelings and behaviors inadvertently pit us against one another.
WE CAN NOT FLOURISH WITHOUT THE SKILLS TO SUPPORT OURSELVES AND ONE ANOTHER.
My perspective on supporting women is delivered with relatable sass, vulnerability [because we all fuck up], real-life experience and a whole lot of modern wisdom.
I teach women to execute on building BOLDER, more powerful lives via [really inspiring + kinda’ badass] workshops.
I empower women to develop themselves while also being permission givers for each other via the communities that I lead.
My keynote talks on several topics including overcoming the "Tall Poppy” and Imposter syndromes while embracing fear and asking more, inspire people globally to build bold lives and conversations.
I believe that savvy, empowered women will change the world through authentically supporting one another in boldly living our individual truths.
Out loud and with courage.
How can we work together?
My keynotes + workshop series was created to empower women to become courageous thought leaders while supporting innovative team connection and a community of change-makers.
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“A Year of Positive Thinking is a beautiful, accessible book for engineering positivity. Cyndie’s voice is powerful because of its honesty and earnestness―she’s walked where I’ve walked, she’s stood where I stand. Full of inspiring wisdom and encouraging call to action, this book is more than simple comfort on a rough day―it’s a way to change your entire way of thinking.”―Meera Lee Patel, author of MADE OUT OF STARS: A Journal for Self-Realization