In the Women Who Inspire book, Brooke Rash takes us through some serious ups and downs. From being the child of teen parents to creating what looked like the perfect life with her husband and kids to getting a devastating diagnosis that ended up being a blessing in disguise, in her chapter entitled; “The Wake-Up Call,” Brooke reminds us all that we don’t have to accept the status quo, that we need to learn to stand up for ourselves and that doing what’s right for us may just make some people angry but you’ve got to do it anyway.
During our conversation on the Intentional Inspiration podcast, Brooke and I talk about our experiences overcoming (or in her case, helping her son overcome) medical diagnoses that are often thought of as “incurable.” We delve into the idea that it’s all about choice and whatever choice you make if fine as long as you’re making a choice. We talk about sharing your journey and the potential backlash that comes from that along with the absolute joy in the journey. Brooke shares with us how her journey lead her on a path of self-discovery and how she really learned to stand up for herself and how she’s helping others do the same on social media.
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Women Who Inspire co-author, Brooke Rash is a serial entrepreneur and social-media addict who turned her obsession into a career. She first began growing her social-media presence as she took her followers on her son’s autism-recovery journey. Brooke now helps others position their stories to monetize their businesses through social media. In 2016, she and her husband, Jason, used their social-marketing skills to help their entrepreneur friends generate more than a half million dollars in revenue. That inspired her to create The Social Celebrity, a brand that highlights A-list entrepreneurs. Brooke believes that social media is a powerful platform, and by creating influence, you can use it to cash in on your star power.
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*while supplies last – since I’m creating my #lifeinateardrop, there’s not a ton of space to bring the book so supplies are limited.