Need a speaker for your next event?

Becky is an ideal keynote speaker, panel moderator and group facilitator, whether the focus is on empowerment in the workplace, personal development, behavior change, yoga and spirituality, sobriety, or health and wellness.

Polished by two decades in the corporate and political arenas, Becky is professional and relatable for a variety of audiences and speaking topics.

Over the years, she’s delivered her brand of insights, straight talk and humor at national conferences, leading wellness and retreat centers, women’s conventions and more. She delivers messages of empowerment and choice that guide people to find more fulfillment in the lives they are creating. Her first-person experiences and insights will have your audience questioning, connecting, laughing, crying — and, most importantly, taking action.

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Looking to book a guest for an upcoming event? Becky is an experienced speaker for corporate, nonprofit, academic and community audiences. She delivers a unique, compelling point of view on empowerment in many forms, drawn from the disciplines of psychology, sociology, spirituality, somatics, neuroscience, management and strategic communications.

Keynote, discussion and workshop topics include:

  • Personal development and growth
  • Work/life balance
  • The empowerment gap
  • Open-hearted leadership
  • Employee empowerment as a workplace retention strategy
  • Empowerment and mental health, especially for women and girls
  • Wellness and well-being
  • Living your values and priorities
  • Creating a playbook for change
  • Knowing when to walk away
  • Transforming fear into freedom
  • Making soul-guided choices
  • Weighing tradeoffs, consequences, and boundaries
  • Using new yardsticks to measure your life
  • Courageous communications
  • Emotional literacy
  • The body/mind/spirit connection
  • Mindfulness, from parenting to the workplace
  • Yoga philosophy for the modern age
  • How to breathe
  • How yoga helps reduce stress and anxiety while increasing productivity and inner peace
  • Recovery and sobriety, especially emotional sobriety
  • Getting off autopilot
  • Gaining control by releasing the need for it

And, of course, Becky can lead an audience through a gentle, accessible yoga/breath/meditation practice that supports all those things.

If what you seek is a bold, engaging, relentlessly optimistic storyteller to inspire and empower, look no further.

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These words were a GUT PUNCH the first time I read them years ago.

How many years have you spent treading water?

Me, I did that for too many to count. Just treading...

arms and legs repeating the mindless pattern to stay afloat...

waiting for a current to take me somewhere.

But there was no current. I had to create one.

Had to move those arms and legs in a more purposeful way.

Had to push the invisible but heavy weight of the water-quicksand OUT OF MY DAMN WAY until it got lighter and lighter. And I became stronger and stronger. And the path more and more illuminated with every stroke.

Swim, dammit, swim! Go upstream if you have to (and you probably will have to). Learn to use your breath and heart and muscles for power.

And then, when you get to the lagoon, where the pool is deep and clear and fantastically lovely, frolic like a child and enjoy...

every...

last...

drop.

💜

✍️ Tyler Knott Gregson
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These words were a GUT PUNCH the first time I read them years ago.

How many years have you spent treading water?

Me, I did that for too many to count. Just treading...

arms and legs repeating the mindless pattern to stay afloat...

waiting for a current to take me somewhere.

But there was no current. I had to create one.

Had to move those arms and legs in a more purposeful way.

Had to push the invisible but heavy weight of the water-quicksand OUT OF MY DAMN WAY until it got lighter and lighter. And I became stronger and stronger. And the path more and more illuminated with every stroke.

Swim, dammit, swim! Go upstream if you have to (and you probably will have to). Learn to use your breath and heart and muscles for power.

And then, when you get to the lagoon, where the pool is deep and clear and fantastically lovely, frolic like a child and enjoy...

every...

last...

drop.

💜

✍️ Tyler Knott Gregson

Y’all wanna know what REALLY turns a woman on?? Nothin’ more than a February crocus. 💜 ... See MoreSee Less

Y’all wanna know what REALLY turns a woman on?? Nothin’ more than a February crocus. 💜

Reminding myself today of two ideas:

First, when you have 40% to give and you give 40%, that's actually 100% effort.

Second, gotta play the long game. As my old boss used to say, success is about consistency and persistency *over time.*

P.S. I want you to know I did not eat the donuts today. I did that yesterday. A lot. 🤣

credit @ryanreadthrive for the second im#youarenotstuckstuck
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Reminding myself today of two ideas:

First, when you have 40% to give and you give 40%, thats actually 100% effort.

Second, gotta play the long game. As my old boss used to say, success is about consistency and persistency *over time.*

P.S. I want you to know I did not eat the donuts today. I did that yesterday. A lot. 🤣

credit @ryanreadthrive for the second image

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