In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • How to keep persevering in moments of challenge
  • Starting out and staying in the right frame of mind, even when paying your own rent becomes a challenge
  • The power of connecting to a higher power for answers
  • How to recognize and nurture your qualities for success
  • Virginia’s powerful practices to eliminate fear and self-criticism
  • How to empower yourself in moments when self-doubt kicks in
  • A trick to easily handle rejection (we ALL need this one!)
  • How to keep hope and faith even at your lowest point
  • How to find healing through the pain of miscarriages
  • Virginia’s go-to practices to quickly get out of emotionally dark places

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Show Notes

Join me as I navigate the wonderful world of Virginia Williams – prolific actress, singer, humanitarian and mom to two beautiful boys. Virginia has appeared in more than 40 television shows and is currently playing “CJ” on Seasons 2 and 3 of the Netflix hit, Fuller House. A woman with a big career and an even bigger heart, Virginia has been an ambassador for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and has spent time in Nepal and India fighting human trafficking. But the journey to success is never an easy one, and Virginia opens up about her own struggles with humor and grace; from starting out in Hollywood and not being able to pay her rent, to the devastation of multiple miscarriages. She shares about how her faith uplifted her and kept her moving through the pain.


Virginia Williams

Actress, singer, and humanitarian, Virginia Williams is currently playing ‘CJ’ on seasons 2 and 3 of the Netflix breakout hit, Fuller House which is the most watched television show in the world.  She’s appeared in over 40 television shows, she’s garnered worldwide fans and held noteworthy leading film roles and recurring TV roles on hits like NCIS, she played Lauren on Fairly Legal, Claudia on How I Met Your Mother, and she was nominated for the People’s Choice Award for Caitlyn on Revenge of the Bridesmaids.

Virginia is a woman who gives back big time. She was an ambassador for the “Global Down Syndrome Foundation” and she has a deep passion for the organization “Free the Slaves” and spent time in Nepal and India working to eradicate human trafficking. Virginia regularly speaks to organizations and she hosts events in the Los Angeles area directed at raising awareness about modern-day slavery.

She’s also a new mom to 2 sons, 21-month old Ford and 2-month old Beau.


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