Writing Your Best Self

The Art Of Holding Space For Authentic Conversations

June 29, 2022 Georgina El Morshdy & Brad Walsh
Writing Your Best Self
The Art Of Holding Space For Authentic Conversations
Show Notes

"When it goes off in another direction that you didn't expect,  that's true authentic connection and conversation." 

This week's episode is Brad Walsh - father, husband, photographer, #1 best-selling author, and the host of the top-rated Empowerography Podcast.

Brad's passionate about creating platforms that elevate women's voices. In under two years, he's amplified the voices of hundreds of women through his top-rated Empowerography podcast, multi-author books, and Facebook community.

In this week's episode, we explore: 

  • How to overcome fears of bragging through celebration. 
  • How self-acknowledgment boosts your confidence. 
  • Spotting the signs of imposter syndrome. 
  • Why do we find it difficult to feel?
  • Active listening and the art of spotting authentic conversation cues. 

 "Authentic, real bonds are formed when you pay attention and listen to what's being said."

  • How a great conversation opens the door to deep introspection. 
  • The danger of sticking rigidly to an agenda during a conversation.
  • What Brad enjoys about being a space holder.   
  • Why these times are inspiring more women to share their stories. 
  • How stories create a ripple effect.
  • And more...


This week's journaling prompt.
What are you grateful for?

Connect with Brad Walsh.
Connect with Brad on Facebook.
Listen to the top-rated Empowerography podcast
Join the Empowerography Podcast Lounge.
Check out the multi-author book opportunities at AMA Publishing.

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4. Journaling options... Self Journal & Scribe.

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