Dec 3, 2019
December 3 is an important day for me. It’s the first time in more than 15 years that I’ve launched a book with a major publisher. The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care is my tribute to all I learned about self-care in the years following my daughter Teal’s death in 2012. It’s part workbook, part guide, part resource listing that has everything you could ever need about self-care. I also include some really wonderful quotes about self-care from Teal’s journal.
I first became aware of Valerie Young’s work in … 2001? I had published a book about creativity and motivation then (How Much Joy Can You Stand?), and her work was a SUPER perfect fit for all that I discussed. We became colleagues and have stayed in touch off and on since then.
If you’ve never listened to Valerie Young speak, she’s brilliant on the subject of Imposter Syndrome. Her voice is nothing less than an inspirational call to arms for all of us scared women to link arms and believe in ourselves again.
It’s a fabulous conversation— don’t miss it!
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Valerie Young developed The Imposter Syndrome work while a graduate student at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Since then it has become a worldwide phenomenon. She has spoken on stages extensively about this, including TedNYC.
Valerie is also widely recognized as a thought-leader on thinking “outside the job box.”
In 1995 she became the founder and Dreamer in Residence at Changing Course — an online resource for people who want to make a living doing what they love without a job. Today over 24,000 people subscribe to the Changing Course Newsletter.
She created the first and only training program that teaches people how to serve the career change needs of people who want to be self-employed. Over 350 people from 19 countries have trained with Valerie to become a licensed Profiting from Your Passions® coach.