Event Description: Be The Exception Annie’s Signature Speech highlights living outside of the traps of labels, characterizations, and job titles. Getting on the path to uncovering and expressing your authentic self is what makes your life’s journey rich.
Annie dives into the “7 ways of being” (honest, gentle, flexible, healthy, courageous, open and authentic) necessary to transform your life and live your true passion and potential.
Expect to learn the value of how “being” is often more important than “doing”. Let Annie uplift you with the awareness of how they could be just another “expert” in the world or they could “Be the Exception”.
Growing up as a middle child of seven children raised by a single mom, Annie Meehan learned tenacity and resilience at a tender age. The word “survival” took on many meanings in her younger years, developing within her a richly profound, fiery spunkiness.
At age 7, Annie was told she was dyslexic. She struggled with spelling and reading letters in the correct order to the point that when she was 21 years old, she was asked if she was illiterate. That never stopped the current professional speaker, business owner and author of three books from becoming all she was meant to be.
Annie’s professional speaking career began as soon as she left her first corporate job at Piper Jaffray and was a contract speaker for one of the top non-profits in the United States. Now as an author, a franchise business owner, wife, mother, certified coach, team support for 100+ Advocare distributors, and volunteer, Annie sprinkles into every presentation her personal and professional stories of new perspectives, faith, persuasion and pursuit.
From having no voice to speaking to thousands, her authentic, engaging presence and dedication to her audiences is unmistakable.
With a dedication and passion for new ways of thinking, shifting beliefs and choosing to overcome, Annie lives everything she teaches, giving audiences real-time useful ideas and actionable strategies.
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