12. Living Out Loud with Sharon Delaney McCloud

Episode Summary

In today’s episode, Sharon Delaney McCloud, an Emmy Award-winning broadcaster, TEDx Speaker, cancer survivor, Olympic Torch Bearer, author and communications expert, talks about the power of living out loud. In this carefully curated world of social media, it’s refreshing to meet someone who believes showing up as the real, authentic you is the way to create true success and happiness. Who knows that you can’t serve your higher purpose and reach your greatest heights when you keep your truth bottled up inside. Sharing your experiences and hard-won lessons–living out loud–enriches not only your own life, but those around you too. And it’s a crucial–and often overlooked–requirement to unlock your full health potential.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [01:55] Why we should be open to different ways of thinking about well-being
  • [04:20] What motivates Sharon to share her life story
  • [07:30] How Sharon bridged the gap between experiencing tragedy and standing on stage to share her story
  • [14:38] Why the concept of “I get to” instead of “I have to” is important
  • [16:15] Embrace risks & live out loud
  • [18:05] Tools to help unlock your full potential
  • [20:20] Ted Talk speakers are regular people with big ideas
  • [23:58] Thinking about your own message
  • [25:54] Turning your battle scars into badges of honor
  • [28:17] Reframe how you move forward and prioritize what’s important to you
  • [30:12] Sharon’s parting words

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