Cara Alwill of The Champagne Diet

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Cara Alwill is a best selling author, speaker, and master life coach. She empowers women to live their most effervescent lives, celebrate themselves every day, and make their happiness a priority. In the past four years, she has self-published four Amazon best selling books including Sparkle: The Girl’s Guide to Living a Deliciously Dazzling, Wildly Effervescent, Kick-Ass Life, The Champagne Diet: Eat, Drink, and Celebrate Your Way to a Healthy Mind and Body and Fearless & Fabulous: 10 Powerful Strategies for Getting Anything You Want in Life, and most recently, Girl Code: Unlocking the Secrets to Success, Sanity, and Happiness for the Female Entrepreneur. All of Cara’s books have reached #1 on multiple best seller categories on Amazon including Self-Help, Self-Esteem, Motivation, and Women in Business, and have gained massive popularity around the world. In July 2016, Inc. magazine named Girl Code one of the “Top 9 books every female entrepreneur should read” alongside Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, Thrive by Arianna Huffington, and Girl Boss by Sophia Amoruso.

Her glamorous approach to self-help has attracted thousands of women to attend her workshops and events around the country. She is often sought out by the media to help women challenge their fears and create their best lives and has been featured in Glamour, Shape, Vibe, Huffington Post, PopSugar, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, MSN.com and The Daily Mail to name a few as well as on broadcast programs around the country. In October 2015, she was invited to be a guest speaker at the American Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo where she spoke to its members about the power of personal branding. In November 2015, Cara was named one of YFS Magazine’s “Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs That Will Inspire You.”

This episode is for you if you are trying to shift your perspective, you need help cheering for other women or you are working to tap into your intuition.

Topics discussed in this episode include:

Weight struggles since childhood Going from college dropout to working with Clive Davis then working at MTV How going on a diet and drinking champagne only started an amazing brand The power of collaboration amongst women What women need more of Turning envy into inspiration Being at peace with your priority

Cara's best advice received: It’s not about you

What is making a mark to Cara? Making a mark is making other women feel understood, loved and heard. Being a light and shining a light and being the example that I want to be for other women.

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