EP20: Leanne Ely: Have the Audacity to Create the Life of Your Dreams


Today’s guest is my dear friend Leanne Ely. We quickly go deep in this conversation as she walks us through the ever-evolving path she has been on both personally and professionally.

She is a force of inspiration and creation, she has reinvented herself successfully multiple times.

Even though her life wasn’t easy, she has had many hard moments and losses (which we talk about as well), she managed to create a career, a profession and a life that she dreamt of.

As she describes it, she had the audacity to go from being a waitress in her 20’s to creating a successful catering business to the stars from nothing. She then became a New York Times best-selling author and creator of Saving Dinner, appearing on QVC, hosting a radio show and so much more! 

“You can’t know the map ahead of you. There is no GPS for it. There is just faith and courage. The confidence comes after you’ve done it.” (Click to tweet!)
~ Leanne Ely

I can’t wait for you to listen to this conversation and to be inspired. I hope that it will spark an idea or encourage you to move toward something you’ve been dreaming of in your own life.

I’d love to hear what you think of this conversation. Be sure to comment below or connect with me on Instagram to tell me all about it.

More About Leanne Ely

Leanne Ely is an NYT bestselling author, the founder of the original menu planning website Saving Dinner and the creator or NutriCoach School, a certification program that helps women (mostly) create careers in their second (or third) act of life.

You can connect with Leanne via her website, Instagram, or Facebook.

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