Episode 114: The Highs and Lows of Sharing Your Life Story

Have you ever wondered what it’s really like to write a book? The highs, the lows, the successes, and the “wow, I wish I had knowns.” If you’re a published author, have a book in the works, or have always wanted to tell a story to the world, you’ll want to hear all about these off-the-cuff gold nuggets I share in this episode about my experience of writing my book, RELAUNCH! Spark Your Heart to Ignite Your Life.

 

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Hilary DeCesare is an award winning business expert, CEO, esteemed author, and host of The Relaunch Podcast. As a sought-after speaker, founder of The Relaunch Co., and creator of The Fired-Up Entrepreneur signature course, Hilary brings a fresh energy and process to female industry leaders, CEOs, and solopreneurs.

She is widely recognized for her work in neuropsychology as it relates to business and life and holds several certifications in the field. Through her expertise, Hilary has raised millions of dollars in venture capital for many successful startups. She serves on the board of Love in the Mirror and Cal Poly (SLO), where she is a guest lecturer on topics such as Entrepreneurship and Business.

As a loyal philanthropist, Hilary’s been featured on ABC’s hit TV series The Secret Millionaire, where she shared the stories of people who have relaunched from difficult circumstances. Her insights have been seen on NBC and mentioned in The Huffington Post, The Hallmark Channel, Fox and she has been featured in Yahoo Finance.

The culmination of her work has brought her to innovate The 3HQ Life – a framework where Hilary empowers mid-life women to experience joy and reimagine what’s possible both personally and professionally.

Website: https://www.therelaunchbook.com

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