When the journey is challenging how do you continue to feel into your purpose and passion to continue to push forward and lean into what you truly are meant to do?
Jess Ekstrom shares her journey in how she arrived at this question through out her life and how she found space to feel through the realness of those moments, choosing to lean into all the possibilities over choosing fear.
About The Guest:
Jessica Ekstrom founded Headbands of Hope when she was a senior in college in 2012. She created the company to bring joy back to kids who have lost their hair and help fund childhood cancer research. Headbands of Hope has given tens of thousands of dollars to childhood cancer research and has donated headbands to every children's hospital in the United States and fifteen countries.
Her first brush with success was selling all of her toys on eBay when she was 12. Since then, Jess and her company have been featured on the Today Show and Good Morning America as well as Vanity Fair, Forbes and People. She is also an author, speaker and the founder of MIC drop workshop, an online course and community dedicated to empowering more women to share their stories on stage. Jess and her husband are currently traveling around the country in their Airstream alongside their dog.
More from Jessica Ekstrom:
Buy her book Chasing The Bright Side
Shop at Headband For Hope
Visit Jess Ekstrom's website: www.jesseckstrom.com
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