Who Are You

...not what you are called

Kathy addresses the value of your name, and who you are; not what you’re called. Often when asked, “Who are you?”, most people simply state their name. This is not who they are, but what they are called. Kathy’s experiences, and delivery of her story, empower her audience to look past their name, and what they are called; to look at who they are, as a person. This builds self-awareness, individuality, and the ability to express oneself. You will embrace life with a whole new positive attitude, courage and appreciation for life. Additionally, better self-awareness, and self-esteem lead to a higher respect for others, and who they are, as people.  

Kathy has had the opporunity to speak to thousands of people, from all across the country. She found that when asked who they are, people most commonly answer with their name. Although this may seem to be an appropriate response, your name is what you are called; it is not actually an answer to the question... Who are you?

Kathy addresses getting to know yourself, and who you are. Who you are is what you project to others, your personality traits, your likes and dislikes, how you feel about yourself, and those things which make you uniquely you.

Getting to know yourself will allow you to live your life, a life that is unique to you and makes you happy. Find out what is behind your name and who you really are.

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“"Thank you so much for speaking to our audiologists and hearing aid dispensers! I was completely blown away by your talk; I am still astonished that you were able to make me double over with laughter even while my eyes were filled with tears. You took me on an emotional roller coaster that I was not expecting or prepared for. Your story is truly amazing; you have inspired me to keep our focus on the human element of what we do as hearing aid dispensers. We have had many excellent speakers over the years at our conference. Until you, never have I seen our staff give a presenter a standing ovation. This and the praise I am receiving from our conference attendees on your presentation is a true testament to the motivational power of your message."”
~ Mark Christian Anthis, Manager of U.S. Hearing Aid Operations, Costco Wholesale