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What happens when women stop believing the lies | Mina Shah | TEDxBocaRaton
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Added Sep 20, 2016
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Mina believes empowering all women to confidently say “no” to what they do not want, so they can gracefully and unapologetically speak up for what they “do” want, gives them the power to positively impact their own lives, the lives of others, and ultimately the world.
In her work with women, Mina Shah has found that as varied as the goals and accomplishments of the women who go through the program are, there is one thing that the women who achieve their goals all have in common. They stop believing the lies. In this powerful talk Mina shares the 3 types of lies that hold women back and what happens when they embrace the truth.

Speaker, Strategic Consultant and Founder of the Mina Meetings. Mina Shah has spoken to over 1,200 groups and consulted over 150 business owners. In her interaction with women from coast to coast Mina discovered a real need for an organization focused on sharpening women’s personal and professional skills. To meet this need she launched the Mina Meetings, a year long program which empowers women to “Know Their Value & Claim Their Worth.”

Mina believes empowering all women to confidently say “no” to what they do not want, so they can gracefully and unapologetically speak up for what they “do” want, gives them the power to positively impact their own lives, the lives of others, and ultimately the world.

Prior to launching her business Mina was the only female speaker on Tony Robbins team of speakers who traveled around the county speaking on his behalf. Mina's personal achievements include climbing the highest mountain in SE Asia as well as completing a 12 day trek in the Himalayas.

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