I’m super crazy excited to have the incredibly driven and accomplished Kimberly Spencer on the show.

Kimberly is an award-winning high-performance trauma-informed coach, Amazon best-selling author, and a TEDx speaker.

She helps visionary leaders transform their self-limiting stories, build their empires, stand up to fear, and live a life that they deserve.

Kimberley is proof that it is better to make your own mold than to conform to someone else’s.

In this podcast, she teaches us how to elevate our role and become the best person we can be! Join us for this week’s episode and learn from an incredible woman with amazing insight and knowledge.

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About Kimberly Spencer

Kimberly Spencer is an award-winning high-performance, trauma-informed coach and trainer, Amazon best-selling author, TEDx speaker, and the founder of CrownYourself.com, helping visionary leaders transform their self-limiting stories, build their empire, stand out fearlessly, and make the income and the impact they deserve.

From her entrepreneurial beginnings at five selling bags of glitter-water to her neighbors, to becoming an award-winning screenwriter, certified Pilates instructor, Miss Congeniality, and six-time WEGO Health Activist Award nominee, Kimberly is proof that it’s better to make your own mold than to conform to someone else’s.

She’s also the former executive of a national e-commerce startup and was the owner of the private Pilates studio, Fitness with Kim in Los Angeles, CA. Her work has been featured on Netflix, The CW, ESPN, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and NPR, and in Thrive Global, CNBC, and Forbes.

Key Points From the Episode:

  • Kimberly shares her journey to entrepreneurship.
  • She talks about how the struggles she faced throughout her childhood shaped her journey.
  • She tells us about the many benefits of pilates and how it helped her feel good in her body
  • She talks about struggling with productive procrastination when she started her new business.
  • She tells us how having low self-worth affected her life and how she learned confidence is cultivated through acts of courage
  • She talks about how we can transform our stories by elevating our roles.

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