What does it mean to be a badass?
I love Katie Couric’s definition of a badass woman as someone who “stands up for herself, is confident, and is not afraid to challenge the hierarchy, the patriarchy, or conventional thinking”.
To me, being labeled a badass is a great compliment for any woman. She has courage, has overcome obstacles, and now stands strong in her power and commitment to make a difference in the world.
If you’re one such woman with an inspiring story to tell about your personal and professional journey, I’d love to have you on the podcast. Share your story so others will be motivated to step into their full potential.
Please fill out the guest application form and we’ll be in touch shortly to schedule your interview.
Unaccepting of the fate of having to live life with migraines as her mother and grandmother had, Debbie Waidl made it her mission to seek out the root cause, conquer her migraines and lower the percentage of women that suffer from migraines worldwide to zero. Debbie’s passion stems from her past experience with daily migraines and her desire to ensure no one has to live through years of endless pain as she did.