In this episode of The PurposeGirl Podcast, I'm joined by New York Times bestselling author, Marie Benedict. I devoured several of her books and was a fan of hers before she reached out to be on The PurposeGirl Podcast, and I’m thrilled and honored...
In this episode of The PurposeGirl Podcast, I'm joined by New York Times bestselling author, Marie Benedict. I devoured several of her books and was a fan of hers before she reached out to be on The PurposeGirl Podcast, and I’m thrilled and honored to bring her to you.
Marie digs deep into the lives of historical women, sees them as superheroes, and shows us their “origin stories” and how they made such important contributions to our modern world. She asks how we’re living with their legacy, often without even realizing it. Marie has an abiding passion for history, and for uncovering the unanswered questions of history and unheard voices.
In this episode, and in her books, Marie:
You can learn more about Marie Benedict at her website (https://www.authormariebenedict.com/), and follow her on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/authormariebenedict), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/authormariebenedict/ and https://www.instagram.com/shift.the.lens/),
You can find her books at Amazon, including her newest book, Lady Clementine (https://amzn.to/2GDqSBJ).
In this episode I announced the upcoming PurposeGirl Dream Accelerator, for women who want to launch or grow a purpose-based business. If you’d like more information, please go https://carinrockind.com/dream.
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May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life.
Bye for now!
About Marie Benedict
Marie Benedict is a NY Times best selling author. Her new book, Lady Clementine, was just released on January 7, 2020. Her mission is to excavate from the past the most important, complex and fascinating women of history and bring them into the light of the present-day where we can finally hear their moving stories, appreciate the breadth of their contributions, and learn from the insights they bring to modern day issues — hopefully, prompting change.