The more vulnerable you feel about something, the harder it is to talk about it. Yet leadership coach Jodi Womack argues that you should do so regardless. In a deeply personal and heartfelt speech at the US Air Force’s leadership conference LEDx 3.0 in Montgomery, Alabama, Womack opens up about her personal hardship to encourage others to do the same. Her uplifting speech will inspire you to reach out to others, whether to enlist their help or offer your own.
About the Speaker
Jodi Womack is a leadership coach at Get Momentum and, together with her husband, Jason Womack, the author of two best-selling books on leadership.
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