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Emerging Women Live to stream inspirational conference

Emerging Women Live to stream inspirational conference

Empathetic. Intuitive. Compassionate. Thoughtful. Soulful.

These words come to mind when I think of truly moving and powerful feminine leadership. It’s these and so much more that the Emerging Women Live event plans to cultivate in its attendees this week.

Emerging Women Live features female leaders such as Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert; vulnerability researcher and Daring Greatly author Brene Brown; Tony Award-winning playwright, performer, activist and The Vagina Monologues author Eve Ensler; and singer and activist Alanis Morissette, among many other inspiring women.

I feel the energy and creativity sparking already!

I’m lucky enough to attend in person, but to make true change in the world, event organizers have been kind enough to offer the event free via live streaming. You can register for the Emerging Women livestream here and learn more about the Oct. 10-13 event at

Conscious capitalism was the theme of the recent Natural Products Expo East. I had the honor of moderating a panel about how leading natural retailers (including passionate male leaders) act with consciousness and build their businesses with heart. Such inspirational stories fill the natural products industry—from small retailers to exploding brands.

Imagine spreading this ethos beyond. Events such as Emerging Women Live offer the platform to inspire such transformation. And you can take part from the comfort of your home, thanks to today’s technology.

See you there—in person or virtually.

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