Oct 13, 2021
Sharing your story is a powerful way to showcase your talent, build an audience and help people with similar experiences start to heal.
But what if storytelling doesn’t come naturally to you? And what if the idea of appearing on stage or video has you shaking in your boots?
Brenda Adelman is the critically acclaimed actor behind the one-woman show, My Brooklyn Hamlet, and the author of My Father Killed My Mother and Married My Aunt: Forgiving the Unforgiveable. She is also the Chief Inspirational Officer at Forgiveness and Freedom, a coaching practice dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and performers share their stories and change the world.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Brenda joins Anjel to discuss the true story of her father killing her mother, describing the spiritual 'shove’ that inspired her to share the experience on stage and finally begin to heal. She explains the relationship between forgiveness and setting healthy boundaries, exploring how the principles of forgiveness apply in business. Listen in for Brenda’s insight on making money doing healing work and find out how she can help you tell your story and create more wealth!
The story of Brenda’s father killing her mother and marrying her aunt
How writing poetry allowed Brenda to express her rage in a safe, healthy way
The spiritual experience that inspired Brenda to share her story on stage
Why Brenda felt shame for trusting her father and how she finally forgave herself
How Brenda helps people heal from trauma by sharing their stories
What inspired Brenda to expand her business to work with entrepreneurs
How Brenda realized she had to make money doing her healing work
The relationship between forgiveness and setting healthy boundaries
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