The hardest thing anyone can do is owning up to the shame and guilt in their life. However, when you do, you have the power to change it and create your own ending. Cara Pelletier, with 14 years of experience as a professional educator and a Product Mentor at HR/Payroll software company, tells her story of how her owning up to shame put her in control of her life and helped her reach out to people in her business.
Lauren Merritt explains that we shouldn't focus on fixing things. Through her inspiring experience in Central Africa and in her home, she learned that we should just do what we love and others will follow
Talking about her experience of being the first Bruneian female game developer, Ikmalina Yunos shares the story of how her company, Itsybytes, started and how it's given her opportunities to travel to amazing places, meet master game designers and be recognized by big game companies such as Capcom.
From saying Yes to the explosion of life that rocketed her to happiness, Elizabeth Sim shares the tale of her story triggered by her friend (she calls for now) Bob. An incredibly personal story which took up all her courage, Elizabeth found that she now couldn't stop saying yes to every opportunity that hopped her way.
"This may suprise you but I'm Catholic. When I asked my priest if our family could continue to practice our faith, he said, 'I have no idea...but we will walk this journey together."
Marni Panas shares a heroic story of transitioning from her assigned male gender into the woman she always has been. She talks the challenges and joys of finally living one's life authentically and proudly as a transgender woman.