Back in March, I gave a TEDx talk. I've never been so scared in my life.
The night of the rehearsals I didn't want to go in the building. I asked my husband if he'd take me home.
The day of the event, I wanted to puke.
It's the first time I've taken the stage in front of hundreds of people with no notes or a PowerPoint to keep me on track.
I often talk about getting comfortable with getting uncomfortable, and to be honest, I didn't like it.
Up until minutes before I took the stage, I paced the halls going over my talk. At times, my mind totally went blank, and a talk I'd spent months on, disappeared into the thin air.
Panic, doubt and fear crept into my mind.
But one thing is for certain, if I hadn't walked out onto that stage, I would have regretted it the rest of my life.
So friends, after seven months, my TEDx video is officially posted!
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Thanks so much for your support!
Inspirational Speaker and Award-Winning Author of “The Giving Challenge: 40 Days to a More Generous Life”