35 minutes | Jan 8, 2020

#107 Facing Your Shame feat. Kristy Laschober

"Who you are is exactly perfect. The great thing about that is that means you don't have to do anything. You just have to be who you are. All the perceived negative things that you are - those are the things that are going to propel you to be different." - Kristy Laschober

Our guest today is Kristy Laschober. I love the way Kristy describes herself as a waymaker and an encourager. 

Two years ago, Kristy was released from a 60-month federal prison sentence. She has been sharing her soul searching journey with women ever since.

She is about to graduate from Southern Oregon University’s Innovation and Leadership program. She also runs Ashland Fight Night.

In this conversation, you’ll hear how a successful wardrobe stylist ended up in prison. we talk about how shame was at the root of Kristy’s addiction, selling drugs and even winding up in prison. Hear how she learned it’s so important to be seen and how we can start walking out of shame.

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