Liz Goodchild – Passion, Personality and Perseverance

17th November 2018

Speaking at the Animas Summit 2017…

Tapping into the Unique Passion of Your Personality: Liz is a force of nature, using her life experience, depth and knowledge to help people make their lives better.

When she’s not getting folks unstuck, you’ll find Liz walking her talk and signing up for challenges such as open water swimming races – despite having an all-out fear of open water.

Liz writes with fervent honesty and her articles have been featured in Tiny Buddha, The Metro Newspaper and Thought Catalog.

Here is here AMAZING talk at the Animas Summit 2017:

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