If you’re someone with a big message to share, you may find yourself wondering if your message is too much — too controversial, too “out there” or too bold for your audience. What if you upset someone? What if you’re misunderstood? If you’re going against the norm or presenting a topic that will get a big response, you may have concerns and want to tone it down. Today’s guest recommends you don’t and she’ll tell you why. Rachel Braun Scherl, a self-proclaimed “Vagipreneur” is a champion for the business of women’s health and a pioneer in the space, where she has passionately focused on driving the conversation about solutions and options for women’s sexual and reproductive health. She’s the author of the best-seller, Orgasmic Leadership: Profiting from the Coming Surge in Women’s Sexual Health and Wellness.
On today’s episode we cover:
- How Rachel got into this type of work
- How she picked the title for her book and the backlash of that decision
- What a “Vagipreneur” is and why she calls herself that
- Tips to be bold and find your bold message
- How to be an orgasmic leader
Find out more about Rachel:
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Listen to episode 132 with Rachel Braun Scherl here:
Angela Lussier is the founder of the Speaker Sisterhood and also an award-winning speaker, six-time author, and two-time TEDx presenter. She is the host of Claim the Stage, a public speaking podcast for women. Her motto: Stop waiting. Start creating.