Positivity Effect by Dr. Tom 015a - Inspire Others With Your Story - Danielle Boose
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Danielle Boose is an inspiration for women. She describes her self as “a mother, warrior, visionary, lifetime learner, survivor, and overall badass chick” Through all the difficult moments she endured, she has found a powerful way to share her story with other young women struggling through the same things. Danielle’s story hasn’t been easy. From working at a school at first and losing her passion, to enduring a heart attack, Danielle was not born an entrepreneur. She did not wake up and say one day, “I’m going to start a successful not-for-profit company today” It was a process that led her to where she is today, which is – a fully functional not for profit that is inspiring many young people and also providing Danielle with a life of entrepreneurial freedom.

What did Danielle do with all the difficult things she went through in life?

She flipped the script and inspires others with her story so they can avoid the paths she had taken.

Listen in and learn about the woman behind:


Huge lessons about her own teen pregnancy:

She wasn’t going to give her child a life of positivity

She took her own story of sexual assault, of teen pregnancy, from growing up with a single mom, to walking down paths that others couldn’t follow… she took and found the light at the end of the tunnel. She now is able to powerfully share her own story and help other young women going through the same struggles.

It’s not uncommon for Danielle to have a conversation with a young woman about her mental health.

Things that Danielle told us to consider regarding someone struggling with mental illness:

Help them seek support

They need to understand what they’re going through is:

A current circumstance // state // feeling

Danielle will tell someone:

“what you’re going through, it won’t last forever – don’t let this feeling cause you to do something you can’t change”

Join us tomorrow for another interview with Danielle where we talk more about her current work.

Click here for Danielle’s website

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