Here's the fourth interview in the #feminestchats video series! with the amazing Leisse Wilcox! Leisse is a brand therapist and mindset coach. A lover of tacos and old soul on vinyl - preferably at the same time - Leisse can be found in her tiny lakefront town in her (mostly) pink and gold house with her three little girls. "Gratitude is wine for the soul - go ahead, get drunk." Rumi
Not sure you want to watch the full video? Above is a 1 minute tidbit for your viewing pleasure.
Loved it? Feel like you're in for some more? Here's the full interview below!
0:00 - 1:10 Introduction
1:10 - chatted about Let’s Camp 2017
1:47 - Leisse talks about her journey of writing her self help book
4:44 - Leisse chats about how she approaches her branding work
7:43 - The need to write your own story and create your own narrative
9:29 - How the modern constructs of marriage have been handed down from generations before and how we can rewrite it
14:52 - The three people you need to meet in your life
16:41 - We discuss when new age sexuality can go wrong
19:57 - Leisse talks about her polyamorous relationships
23:50 - Leisse chats about her ideal client, female’s in their 30’s, going through transition who want to do a little more
25:44 - On Motherhood and processing the life transition
36:15 - Shares her two best piece of advice
37:14 - getting clear on what you want is harder if you don’t know first what you’re afraid of (see top 1 min clip)
39 - every decision we make comes from a place of fear or from love
42:41 - chatting about the feminist topic that means the most to her - menstrual health
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What do you think? We covered a lot of ground here! Leisse and I talked about some of the most controversial topics, money, marriage, sex, religion and I loved every minute of it.
Missed the first one with futures trader, Jamie Nugent, all about money mindset?? Check it out! Or the second with graphic designer Lidia Varesco Racoma? Here it is! Or maybe the last one with Andrea Klunder? Go watch!
Know of anyone that I should interview? Looking for strong feminist business owners that have a story to share!