NORWALK, Conn. -- “I wouldn’t change a thing because it might change the outcome of where I am now,'' Norwalk's ChaChanna Simpson says. She is a woman on a mission to educate the world, starting with Connecticut.
On what you may ask? On self-love, acceptance and growth through her storytelling.
Simpson has already been educating audiences on what she calls "Herstory" throughout the Fairfield County, giving talks and workshops in both Stamford and Norwalk.
Simpson’s story has a long history in itself. She first appeared to the community and the personal development world when she launched Twentity in 2011, a platform for those looking to enter the real world from college.
And who inspires this amazing woman on her own journey? Some business crushes that Simpson admits to having include the likes of Brene Brown, Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp, Jenny Blake and Cassey Ho.
Moving on from her postgraduate advice platform, and infusing her inspirational influences into her work, Simpson has finally come into her own with the Love Yourself Lessons on her personal platform, Your Stellar Star.
She is making moves to teach women that 2014 is the year to fall in love with your body.
According to Simpson, these monthly lessons will teach you how to “reclaim your happiness.” (Check out more on Simpson’s Love Yourself Lessons online).
If you are to take anything away from ChaChanna Simpson’s story it’s that “History is not complete without Herstory.”
Simpson, a story teller and body acceptance coach, says on her website: "The community I’m growing here is all about loving your body in whatever shape it is in right now, and not waiting until you get to an ideal shape or number to be happy." For more about Simpson, visit her website.
Diane Pauley, the PostGrad Coach, resides in Stamford. Always a lover of people, she finally learned how to harness her art and do it for a living. She is now on a mission to help other millennials do the same -- build up their art and be their own boss full time -- at PostGradolescence.com.
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