Slay Your Saturday with Susan Hyatt & Albion Fellows Bacon Center
Real talk. The most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. It can inspire the risks you take or the relationships you have with others. So why are we constantly putting ourselves down?
And cue Susan...
Susan Hyatt is a woman on a mission! She is a certified life coach and weight loss expert, has an international following of women who love her honesty, humor, and fearlessness, and she's on a MISSION to end diet culture!
That's right! Get ready to shed everything that's weighing you down, treat your body like a beloved friend, and seize each day like you mean it! Susan will be reading an excerpt from her second book, BARE, and inspiring us to end diet culture while finding deeper self-love! This event is family-friendly, and we strongly encourage teens and adults to participate!
BUT WAIT - We're slaying just a little bit more...
With Halloween right around the corner, we're encouraging you to dress like your hero! Maybe it's Susan... Maybe it's your mom... Maybe it's a slice of pizza... Hey, we aren't here to judge! Supplies will be on-hand to make a small vision board that you can look to for inspiration during moments of self-doubt, and don't forget to pick up Susan's book while you're with us.
Be sure to mention Albion Fellows Bacon Center at the register, or show a coupon, and Barnes & Noble will donate a portion of your proceeds to Albion during this event.
More about Susan Hyatt:
I’m Susan Hyatt; Entrepreneur, Master Life & Business Coach, Author.
My #1 passion is helping women get more of whatever they crave—more confidence, more money, more clients, more opportunities, or more free time to relax by the fireplace with a book in your hands and a cat on your lap. My philosophy is: If you crave it, then you can create it.
I’ve been featured on national TV and in magazines like O: The Oprah Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and Woman’s World. I lead international retreats that sell out every year. I’ve delivered a TedTalk to a sold-out arena of people about ending toxic diet culture. I was honored to be a Finalist for the Athena Award, recognizing leadership in the field of women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship.