I loved having the incredibly inspiring and empowering Sarah Pendrick on today’s episode. If you’ve ever dealt with self-doubt or finding your true self, you’ll definitely want to tune in! Sarah is a self-love advocate, life coach, and empowerment speaker and founder of GirlTalk Network — Suffice to say, she knows a thing or two about being vulnerable and shedding the masks we all wear in order to step into your authentic self.
It can be nerve-wracking to be vulnerable. We all know that. But 2019 is the year of alignment, the year of really letting go of those fears, embracing your journey and fully living your soul’s purpose. Letting yourself be vulnerable can open so many pathways toward healing. Sarah shares how that vulnerability, no matter how scary, leads to eliminating judgment of ourselves as well as others and cultivating self-acceptance. Whatever you’re scared of, on the other side is where the gift is.
Today, Sarah shares how GirlTalk Network was created, the keys that led to her immense success, and she details how she healed from past pain and how she continues to work with any old triggers as they come up so they don’t control her anymore.
The most important thing to remember is that whatever you’re feeling, you’re not the only one. We all have triggers that make it hard to open up and accept ourselves. But Sarah is full of empowering insights into how you can heal your past, speak your truth, and rise above fear and doubt so you can find true success and fully live your unique purpose.
Sarah Pendrick is a self love advocate, community influencer, life coach, writer, empowerment speaker and philanthropist.
With a bachelors in psychology and a masters in family therapy, Sarah created GirlTalk Network, centered around women supporting each other and empowering them to feel safe and supported to live authentically to themselves. It provides educational programs, content, resources, tools, and events that inspire, create positive change, promote self- love and connect women worldwide. Sarah travels all over the United States to speak to women and provides them with support, education, and empowerment.
Sarah has been featured on the Huffington Post, Good Morning Arizona, The Beach Reporter, as well as multiple podcasts and interviews.