Connect, inspire, laugh, empower, heal, encourage, and grow through the power of sharing your WORTH story.

My Ultimate Goal

Connect, inspire, laugh, empower, heal, encourage, and grow through the power of sharing your WORTH story.


Never be ashamed of your story, it has the potential to inspire others and you never know, it may be because of you that someone didn’t give up.

“Only God can turn a MESS into a message, a TEST into a testimony, a TRIAL into a triumph, a VICTIM into a victory.”

Ideas for Sharing

You may have had a breakthrough moment working with me, or you’ve grown through experiences of your own in areas of knowing your worth. Here are some ideas for sharing:

  • A breakthrough moment that was a turning point for you.
  • A new empowering belief you’ve established about yourself that replaced an old disabling belief and how it’s changed or impacted your life.
  • Areas you hope to grow when it comes to knowing your worth.
  • How someone else’s story impacted and inspired you.
  • Many amazing conversations come about because of the Know Your Worth hats! It’s possible you have a story to share regarding such conversations that came about from wearing the hat
  • Maybe you had an experience paying the hat forward. Please share those stories, experiences, and we love, love seeing pics of you pridefully wearing your hat like a crown as the princess you are!!!
  • We also welcome and want to encourage you to share your own personal journey here if you like.

Healing comes in sharing your story. It’s possible you’ve never shared your story and want to remain anonymous, that’s totally fine and up to you.

Guidelines For Sharing

If you are sending a video of your story please make it between 1-5 minutes long.
If you were abused please do not talk about the specifics of the abuse or your perpetrator.
If you are writing a story, please make it no longer than 800 words.

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