We can do so much more when we learn to be brave. Bravery isn’t as simple as not being afraid; it’s about not letting fear hold you back from doing what you need – or just want – to do. When fear keeps us from living as our truest self or following our life’s desires, it can prevent us from being who we’re supposed to be. We all want to be a little braver and there’s nobody better to show us how than Sarah Pendrick.

Question Highlights:

  • Can you tell me about your book journey?
  • Would you share a bit of your story that you haven’t before?
  • How did hiding your story hold you back?
  • How have you worked through the experience of being hurt?
  • How do we calm our energy and focus on being enough?
  • What is your definition of self-love?
  • What’s replacing your old paradigm for you?
  • How do we get better at saying “no”?
  • How do you differentiate between anxiety, nerves, and intuition?

Guest Bio:

Sarah Pendrick is the founder of GirlTalk Network a women empowerment and lifestyle brand and the creator of GirlTalk Foundation, a 501c3 that gives back to younger generations. She is a sought-after mentor, host, author of the book “Beautifully Brave,” and creator of the women’s empowerment and self-development event GirlTalk Festival.

Sarah has dedicated her life to supporting people in living bravely as their true selves, teaching them to believe in their gifts so that they can fill their lives with abundance, love, and complete awareness of their worth. She’s been featured in Forbes, NBC, “The Doctors,” E!, and Entrepreneur, and was called an “iconic woman creating a better world” at the Women Economic Forum. She has spoken on stages all around the world.

She lives in Manhattan Beach, California with her husband, Josh, and their fur baby, Titan.