An Interview with Danielle Savory, Life Coach, Mind-Body coach, Mindfulness Guide and Pleasure Enthusiast
The 2017 Superwoman Summit is a three day event held in Portland, Oregon for individuals in leadership who feel called to transform themselves and the system to support the career development of strong, successful, female leaders. Join us at The Embassy Suites in Downtown Portland for an incredible experience of inspiration, conversation, play and activation.
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Today we talk to Superwoman Summit 2017 speaker, Danielle Savory.
Danielle Savory is a life coach, mind-body coach, mindfulness guide and pleasure enthusiast. Her wish is that every woman could feel free and happy in being exactly who she is and loving ALL that she is.
Danielle Savory is a unique voice in the mindfulness and pleasure world being heavily influenced by her biology and neuroscience education, she effortless weaves the science with the "woo-woo" and creates tangible teachings with real world applications. Danielle's ability to not hold back and speak authentically and true allows her clients to feel safe and supported in their own vulnerable journey of opening.
As a desired coach, teacher and speaker she helps women unpack the beliefs that may be holding them back from going after what they want in life. She helps them to see their own beauty, to allow all the range of emotions, to know how to give herself the kind of love and attention she gives others and not be bullied by the inner self-critic.
Her mission is to help women, whether through classes, workshops, coaching or events find the courage and compassion to to embrace and celebrate herself fully, every single delicious inch.
Leading up to The Superwoman Summit, we asked Danielle a few questions:
What do you think is the greatest challenge facing professional women who want to excel?
This is a hard question to answer! There are so many challenges. I would say a big one is learning how to keep a sense of ease with focus and perseverance despite the outside challenges that come up, like money, oppressive work environments, family obligations, etc.
If you have one piece of advice for professional women when it comes to leadership, what would it be?
Learn how to be your biggest supporter, how to have your own back when shit gets hard. How to be there for yourself in a loving, kind and encouraging way. Stay in service, because being in service is different than seeking approval; you may not always get everyone's approval but you can continue to lead in service from your heart and values. Embracing all of you, even the stuff you might not be proud of is how you become your best supporter and this loving acceptance allows you to show up in service for others with a greater impact for connection and compassion.
Name a female leader you admire and why:
Pema Chodron because she talks about the hard stuff, the stuff that is tricky to navigate. Reading her stuff about pain and suffering makes you feel seen and heard. She has a way that allows all of those "negative" emotions to be see as normal, as simply a part of the human experience.
What is your favorite quote to inspire women leaders?
“Fear is a natural reaction to moving closer to the truth” - Pema Chodron
You can hear Danielle talk at The Superwoman Summit by registering today! Early bird ticket sales end in July, so don’t wait.