Imagine giving your all on the mic just to have someone walk up to you, an older women, to tell you that you need a waist trainer. Uh....WTW?? There is a very harsh reality that the way a women "should look" in order to present includes makeup, dresses and straight hair. That is one of the many reas
Publish Date: Apr 23, 2019
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Imagine giving your all on the mic just to have someone walk up to you, an older women, to tell you that you need a waist trainer. Uh....WTW?? There is a very harsh reality that the way a women "should look" in order to present includes makeup, dresses and straight hair. That is one of the many reasons why Ciara's post about #beautymarks stands out so much to me. Altovise shares her personal experience with this in the Speaking Industry. Altovise, our #SpeakEasy Podcast host, deep dives into this topic from the perspective of a single mother. Securing the bag financially means nothing if you have not scured the bag emotionally, mentally and physically. Listen in as she shares her view of the topic as well as a piece of her personal journey. Altovise Pelzer is a Best-Selling Author, Professional Speaker, Live Streamer, Life Coach and founder of the World Voice League. She also hosts the #SpeakEasy Podcast, your #1 Podcast for unscripted perspectives on becoming and staying a successfully paid Author or Speaker. At her core, she is mom of four, will break out into impromptu dance parties, take a beach trip or read a book.Homelessness and molestation greatly affected Altovise. She hit a turning point in her life after decades of being silent about her molestation story even after finding out both her girls were molested. This was the catalyst for her decision to motivate women to “Leverage Their Life’s Circumstances” by learning to love their voice. She takes women from abuse to applause by equipping them to Define, Accept and Use their Voice as a Speaker, Author or Entrepreneur. Social Mediawww.instagram.com/worldvoiceleague www.facebook.com/worldvoiceleaguewww.instagram.com/speakeasy_podcast www.facebook.com/speakeasypodcast1www.linkedin.com/in/worldvoiceleague