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Defining Success: A Speaker Event About Overcoming Obstacles
How do we define success? Join the Sacred Cycle for an evening in Vail, Colorado with survivor and keynote speaker Trish Kendall as part of our 2020 Virtual Heal Campaign.
BMO For Women: Taking the Road Less Traveled
Taking the Road Less Traveled
Inspiring women to take a risk, even one step, to doing something great—boldly growing good in business and in life.
AAUW Speaker Series
The American Association of University Women’s guest speaker is Trish Kendall, a Canton Writes winner for her nonfiction essay about the harrowing day, 24 years ago, she chose to overdose on drugs.
Trish speaks about her climb from the pit of despair to the peak of success. Her talk focuses on how she defines success and the lessons she learned in achieving it.
Trish is an executive and professional speaker in the field of women’s health and wellness. She, her husband and two young children are active members in the Canton community.
Your story, your values and journey to success are so universal.
...from start to finish your talk was magnificent and moving and gut wrenching and fierce and I loved every minute.
I can’t thank you enough for spending this intimate and productive time with us. You truly made an impact on me! The questions were so raw and thought-provoking that I’m still reflecting!
Since I heard you speak, I have been carrying you around in my head. ...so profound because of the challenges overcome, lessons learned and success defined. We can all benefit from your utterly sincere acceptance of the guiding principle of “loving and being loved."
I was one that said I was not the most successful person I knew or would become. After listening to your path to success, I see it in a very different light.
This year has its challenges and presented both physical and mental tolls on my team. I have a whole new outlook on what success means to me and how doing the little things great can change my life and the lives of others around me.
You are the most successful person I know. Truly amazed and inspired by you. Thank you so much for showing up so fully and openly tonight. You are brilliant!” ~Arielle Fuller, Parlay House Chief Relationship Officer
You truly elevated all of us, expanded our human experience. I took away such powerful feelings of gratitude - for you, for your willingness to share, for this life.