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It’s a pleasure to welcome author, educator, Huffington Post blogger, mover and motivator Grace Anne Stevens to the podcast. Grace’s most recent book, No! Maybe? Yes! Living My Truth provides readers a first-hand tour of change, renewal and authenticity. We spoke about her writing, her journey and her mission of helping others to live their most authentic lives.
It’s hard to live authentically when you’re trying to meet the expectations of everyone around you and denying the inner voices that know your truth. Grace Anne Stevens spent over sixty years hiding and denying her inner truth. In No! Maybe? Yes! Living My Truth, she shares not only her voice but many of her internal voices, as she journeyed from denying, to questioning, and finally accepting her truth, which led to transitioning her gender at the age of sixty-four. More than just a transgender memoir, this book is about relationships, both internal and external, about change and authenticity, and is uniquely informational, inspirational, and transformational to all who may question their own journey.
Grace Stevens is an inspirational and motivational speaker specializing on intra and interpersonal relationships to improve individual and group performance in all aspects of people’s lives.
With her careers in corporate technical management, individual and group counseling, author and speaker, Grace has made a difference to people world wide.
Grace’s skill of simplifying psychological concepts mixed with sharing personal stories provides a unique and lasting experience for her audience.