Inspiring Speaker Series:
Miriam Evers Interviews Kelly Falardeau
They called her the “ugly scarface girl.” Kelly Falardeau was burned in an accident at the age of two. 75% of her body was severely burned and she nearly died. Her body is covered in scars. Growing up scarred in a society that worships outer beauty was tough.
Instead of shrinking away, Kelly used her scars as stepping stones to greatness. At the age of 21, Kelly became the President of the Alberta Burn Rehabilitation Society. She married and had 4 children. She’s been a model and won the people’s choice award in the Every Woman Competition. Her irrepressible spirit of joy and her insatiable drive led to her success as an international keynote speaker. Kelly is the author of two books including “No Risk, No Reward” and “Self-Esteem Doesn’t Come in a Bottle.” In 2010 she was voted Fierce Woman of the Year.
In my interview with Kelly, she shares her inspiring story about how she turned her life around and even went after her dream of being a beauty queen. She also shares her ultimate secret to self-esteem.
Self-esteem doesn’t come in a bottle of booze, a bottle of pills or a bottle of make-up. It’s an inside job. So how do you find a way to feel great when you feel like crap?
Kelly Falardeau has some answers for us.
This video interview is 35 minutes long.
To find out more about Kelly Falardeau, visit her website http://mykellyf.com/