Meet Conlee Ricketts, author of Answers are Easy; Living with Them Sucks!September 9, 2013 11:07 am Bye-Bye Boring Bio Success Story, Event Promotion
Here is another in a series of engaging stories created as a direct result of the Worldwide Virtual Get Your Client Attracting Story Done Workshop. I love her straight talk, authenticity, and sense of fun in describing who she is and how she helps. Anyone who has embraced her inappropriateness in such a way that shines a light for the rest of us to see why we get stuck in our own lives is someone who is instantly memorable to me.
Here is an author and coach with such a distinct tone of voice who has embraced the challenge I invite everyone to take on. “It is YOUR story. Tell it well.” Take care not to delegate this assignment to someone who can’t possibly appreciate your irreverent, unique message and tell it better than YOU can — especially if what you do and how you do it is beyond description.
That is why leading the Worldwide Virtual Get Your Client Attracting Story Done Workshop is so fun and rewarding. Everyone has a story. Being guided to show you how best to tell yours is my way of making the world and the marketplace better. Every story has its own ripple effect that can make a bigger difference with a wider audience. The next virtual workshop is September 25 from noon – 3 p.m. Pacific. Join us.
Here is Conlee’s story. I might suggest an even bolder call to action at the end of the story, just in case someone reads the bio before reading anything else about her or her business.
– To place quantity orders of Conlee’s new book for your association …
– To engage Conlee to lead a workshop for an upcoming conference of misfits, oddballs and unconventional thinkers…
– To chat with Conlee about how her teen life coaching and coaching for stress parents can bring in immediate relief …
If you don’t ask for what you want, you just might not get it.
So, with all that said, enjoy every word, and be sure to share this with the misfits, oddballs, and unconventional thinkers in your life.
Answers are Easy; Living With Them Sucks! is the go-to source for any other misfit, oddball, or unconventional thinker that wants to step into themselves without apology.
Conlee Ricketts is the author of the forthcoming book Answers are Easy; Living With Them Sucks! She is a seeker of spiritual truths who has embraced her inappropriateness in such a way that she shines a light for us to see why we get stuck in our own lives.
Conlee’s laser like honesty can cut through the story you tell yourself to help you get to the story of who you really are. She helps you to find the path you need to follow in order to love yourself with honesty and compassion.
Whether you are reading her book, working with her one-on-one, or in a workshop, she helps you unearth the questions you are afraid to answer, and she knows that your fear is a visceral choice you make in order to not move forward. Her humor will help you to face your fears and vulnerabilities while laughing at the same time. She is an expert at making plans, finding choices, and quieting the over-active mind chatter long enough to find your way back to the heart and soul of balancing your incredibly human and messy life.
After determining that the key to moving forward in life begins with self love, Conlee has embraced her irreverent, misfit self. She is a Misfit with a Master’s degree; a rebellious former math teacher who earned the disgust of fellow math teachers by daring to let her students use pen—as well as a quiet introvert that shines in front of an audience by filling the room with laughter. Her life has been about solving problems—finding answers to the questions and struggles of her students, friends, family, and co-workers. Her non-logical creative soul has battled her over-active logical mind to push her to find spiritual joy by helping others find their own way to balance the head and the heart. Answers are Easy; Living With Them Sucks! is the go-to source for any other misfit, oddball, or unconventional thinker that wants to step into themselves without apology.
Thanks to her observant nature and the “children are to be seen and not heard” generation of her parents, she has taken time to look, listen, and imagine. Twenty-three years teaching math and helping parents understand their adolescent children have honed her skills in motivation and explanation. She helps you break down a situation to its nuts and bolts, rearrange them, and consider how they might be reassembled in order to live a more peaceful, well balanced, albeit messy life.
Conlee empowers you to take responsibility for your choices and the quality of the life you are living. She is an intuitive problem solver; she cannot “show her work” or use a geometric proof to verify that her answers are correct, but as you work with her you will have a realization that her observations and her options are necessary to ponder in order to find a better path.
Learn more about Conlee Ricketts by visiting www.AccepTeen.com