54 min

Get Over I Got It with Elayne Fluker F**k "It All": Modern Women Redefining It All

    • Society & Culture

Elayne Fluker and I have two very important things in common. 
We both are obsessed with helping women redefine and create their "it all;"AND we both can't follow a script to save our lives.Minutes in, what we both thought would be a conversation about leaving our full time jobs to live our creative callings, turned into a candid talk about Elayne's decision to start a family at 48. We both gladly tossed the post-it notes to the side, and dug in.

Elayne Fluker is the author of the new book, Get Over I Got It, and the host of the wildly successful Support is Sexy Podcast. She has spent the past 10 years helping women entrepreneurs through coaching and storytelling, and is now sharing her brilliance with the rest of the world. Lucky us.

This conversation is one of those that you will consider a true before and after moment; prepare to learn lessons that are going to change your life. For me, they already have.

I find myself reciting, "get over I got it," or "support is sexy, Kacie!" I have told myself more than once over the past month since we recorded, "just live the question." All of which have made me feel empowered over defeated, and excited over anxious to ask for the help and space I need, instead of feeling like a failure for needing both.

This woman radiates joy; her energy is a warm glow that engulfs you and reminds us all that, "everything little thing is gonna be alright."

Our episode is nearly an hour, and it's worth every single minute.  I promise.

If you like what you hear here on the show, then I strongly recommend that you go pre-order Elayne's book coming out on May 11th (PRE-ORDER HERE) which was announced today as one of Essence Magazine's top picks for Mother's Day gifting - just sayin'!

I've got my copy already in the works. Maybe we'll have Elayne back on the show for a "book club" episode. I can't wait.

X,
KLG

P.S. FYI, this episode does talk openly about suicide. If you or someone you love is in need of help, it's available. You can reach the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800.273.8255.  

Elayne Fluker and I have two very important things in common. 
We both are obsessed with helping women redefine and create their "it all;"AND we both can't follow a script to save our lives.Minutes in, what we both thought would be a conversation about leaving our full time jobs to live our creative callings, turned into a candid talk about Elayne's decision to start a family at 48. We both gladly tossed the post-it notes to the side, and dug in.

Elayne Fluker is the author of the new book, Get Over I Got It, and the host of the wildly successful Support is Sexy Podcast. She has spent the past 10 years helping women entrepreneurs through coaching and storytelling, and is now sharing her brilliance with the rest of the world. Lucky us.

This conversation is one of those that you will consider a true before and after moment; prepare to learn lessons that are going to change your life. For me, they already have.

I find myself reciting, "get over I got it," or "support is sexy, Kacie!" I have told myself more than once over the past month since we recorded, "just live the question." All of which have made me feel empowered over defeated, and excited over anxious to ask for the help and space I need, instead of feeling like a failure for needing both.

This woman radiates joy; her energy is a warm glow that engulfs you and reminds us all that, "everything little thing is gonna be alright."

Our episode is nearly an hour, and it's worth every single minute.  I promise.

If you like what you hear here on the show, then I strongly recommend that you go pre-order Elayne's book coming out on May 11th (PRE-ORDER HERE) which was announced today as one of Essence Magazine's top picks for Mother's Day gifting - just sayin'!

I've got my copy already in the works. Maybe we'll have Elayne back on the show for a "book club" episode. I can't wait.

X,
KLG

P.S. FYI, this episode does talk openly about suicide. If you or someone you love is in need of help, it's available. You can reach the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800.273.8255.  

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