Fierce: showing a heartfelt and powerful intensity.
What I do for work: I am a conglomerate entrepreneur. That is, I am an author, life coach, music consultant and performer, and business owner.
Three words my friends would use to describe me: genuine, insightful and multi-talented
My vision of a perfect Saturday: A beautiful Fall Day at my favorite park or forest, car windows rolled down and meditating on a great read.
My top 3 personal or professional WINS from the last month: Participating in Lisa Sasavich's Ultimate Telesummit Formula virtual training, securing the services of a public relations specialist, and creating a vehicle to get in front of my IDEAL coaching clients.
My 2-sentence definition of success: Living life on my terms and having the money that supports it.
The most courageous thing I did in the last year: I got married on my 55th birthday.
The advice I would give to my younger self: There is a Higher purpose to every thing that is currently happening and will happen to you. It's not because you are bad, defective or unworthy. Quite the contrary. You are POWERFUL beyond measure and you're going to help a lot of people realize their powerfulness.
A book that changed my life: Love Is A Choice by Minirth and Meier. Until I read that book, I thought love rendered you deaf, dumb and blind. It was obsessive. It was compulsive. It was overpowering. It was the reason why women accepted disrespect and disregard from men.
Where to find me online: www.suzetterhinton.com
What change are you working to create in your life, community or through your work?: For women over 30 whom the statistics have concluded are less likely to find love or to get married, my "Statistics Be Darned!" message is there is hope and don't settle. I am the proof that statistics do not determine whether you find love. Likewise, I offer training, programs and events that help to rebuild confidence and reclaim heart-connectedness.
My two-sentence definition of leadership: Tapping into what's meaningful in people and creating an environment where they can shine.
The best career advice I ever received: You can't.
The two most important strategies I have used to build my career: Perceiving opportunity in what looks insignificant or insurmountable. Being guided by my inner compass instead of comparing myself to others.
My most powerful self-care tool: Meditation: alone time where I connect with my Spirit.
The three people dead or alive, I'd most like to have join me for lunch: Harriet Tubman (she was 100% committed to what she believed despite how she was perceived), Michelle Obama (staying true to who she is beside the President of the United States), and Robert Vearnon (my husband who is one of the most courageously loving men I've ever known)
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