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Natalie Talks Live With Entrepreneur Leisse Wilcox

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Starz Psychics Network

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Leisse Wilcox author of "To Call Myself Beloved: A Story of Hope, Healing, and Coming Home"

She is a survivor of breast cancer, single mother of three, and entrepreneur, Leisse has dealt with her own battles while also working with other women to gain inner peace, professional clarity, and self-love. She is a Transformational Mindset + Success Coach with a passion for helping high potential women become the vision of themselves they can’t stop dreaming about.

Leisse has indeed been though some seriously life-changing challenges, but she's here today to share her story with us and bring us awareness of what actions we need to take to live a successful and fulfilling life.

Leisse got a breast cancer diagnosis. Cue the sound of a phonograph needle scratching across a record. Those Eight Little Words, “You Have Breast Cancer, Leisse – And It’s Aggressive” jettisoned an already pretty responsible adult to a “Holy $#*! This is happening and I had better get real” adult. Suddenly it became all too clear that at some point, this ends.‍

Those eight little words put a whole new realm of adulting on her radar, and suddenly she became interested in (and even enthusiastic) about life and health insurance, present moment living and appreciation, and knowing her financial house is in order. Because It’s The Right Thing To Do. She'd had a life (and potentially death) changing experience when she discovered "Willful." Like most of Leisse's favorite discoveries, she found them on Instagram, and was immediately drawn to the option of completing a will from the comfort of my living room. The Dreaded Four Letter Word That Had Been Hanging Over her was Complete.

Her new book "To Call Myself Beloved: A Story of Hope, Healing, and Coming Home" was published this past August.