Are you ready to wake up to an inspired life? It’s possible, insists Kristine Carlson in her moving May 2013 TEDx Talk.
The co-author with her late husband, Richard Carlson, of dozens of New York Times bestselling books in the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series, one of Carlson’s most popular tomes is HeartBroken Open, which chronicles her experience of losing Richard. He died suddenly and unexpectedly from a pulmonary embolism six years ago.
In her TEDx Talk, Carlson shares the raw emotion of her story of living, loving, losing—and how she healed herself so she can live the inspired life he’d certainly want for her.
That’s not all!
Carlson is a popular member of our Inkandescent Speakers Bureau.
Her inspiring talks enchant, galvanize, and encourage audiences to shed the small stuff that holds them back—and give them the tools they need to live to their potential.
Her reach is vast. Having appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The Today Show,” “The View,” and other national media, Carlson has captivated readers with her first three bestsellers, including “An Hour to Live, An Hour to Love: The True Story of the Best Gift Ever Given,” “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff in Love,” “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women,” “HeartBroken Open,” and her most recent release, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms.”
In 2012, she launched DontSweatMoms.com, an online community to mother the mothers and empower moms to stress less and enjoy their families more.
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Speaking Topics for Kristine Carlson
Kristine Carlson is an unyielding believer of not sweating the small stuff in order to live the big stuff and experience true happiness in life. She is a sought-after inspirational speaker recognized for her unparalleled capacity to be transparent, vulnerable, and authentic, and for her innate ability to connect deeply with her audience.
- Living the Big Stuff: How to heal through loss and return to joy. Based on her book, “HeartBroken Open,” which is about learning to survive and thrive after the death of her husband, author Dr. Richard Carlson, in 2006, she delves into the four principles she used to cope.
- The Meaning of Womanhood. Based on her book, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women” this speech discusses practical ways to do what matters most, and how women can find time for themselves.
- Working Happy: Responding to demands with resiliency. Based on the book she wrote with her husband, Dr. Richard Carlson, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff at Work,” this speech teaches audiences a series of simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others.
- Mothering with the Greatest Joy. Based on her newest book, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms,” this speech helps the audience consider simple ways to stress less and enjoy their families more.
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