Episode 047: “Living Centered and Showing Up”
Featuring Laura Quick
Many of us want a quick fix when it comes to mental health. Instead, sustainable change happens in what we call “two-degree shifts,” small adjustments that make a monumental impact over time.
Today’s guest, Laura Quick, is no stranger to being in process and implementing the two-degree shifts in her life. She sat down with Lindsey and Mickenzie to chat about her passion for mental health and the role “showing up and doing the work” has played in her life, marriage, businesses (3 of them!), and even her parenting.
Meet this episode’s expert
Laura Quick is a storyteller, lover of people and believer in the impossible. She and her husband Shane, have 2 boys, Clay (18), Ethan (15) and 2 bernedoodles- LinnieMae and Bear.
They live between Nashville and Cullman Alabama and travel a ton for work and play. Laura loves to cook and gather people, loves reading and writing and asking questions. She owns 3 companies, Good Grit Magazine telling damn good stories of resilience in the South, Good Grit Agency – a storytelling, content-producing creative agency founded in 2019. And Hatch Strategies- a client journey-focused marketing agency- helping companies own data in a world that teaches them to lease it. Laura’s goal is to leave a legacy of always having an extra seat at her table, that she was soft and strong, and living out a life she called people into.
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