Not that long ago I felt lost, scattered and afraid that things were never going to get better.
Somewhere deep inside I knew I could live differently, but it was a subconscious knowing that never made a connection with my conscious self.
I kept thinking that I wasn’t good enough, strong enough, smart enough, wealthy enough or capable enough. And these feelings were eating me alive because at the time I was already suffering and I just couldn’t handle much more sadness or pain. I felt as if my life was falling apart and I had no control over it.
I felt that as a leader in the community with a thriving fitness business and a powerful voice that I should be strong enough to figure it all out on my own. I felt that asking for help was weak, and I didn’t need to feel any weaker than I already did. But I couldn’t get myself out of the tailspin I was in.
These feelings stopped me from feeling like I could live the life I saw myself living and doing the things I saw myself doing when I allowed myself to dream, things like living a life I was in love with and speaking on stages to hundreds of women. I knew in my heart what I wanted in my life but as much as I wanted it I felt I wasn’t as good as everyone else or worthy of that kind of magic.
I wanted to have the courage and confidence that the women like the women below have!
Do YOU ever look at the lives of others from the sidelines and say…
“I wish this was me?”
Have you ever dreamt of feeling so confident that nothing seems impossible anymore?
What if you could shut the door on your fear, shame, and doubt?
Isn’t it time to open a new door, the door to acceptance and self-love?
If this sounds good to you, then don’t stop here. Stick with me because your answer to this next question will define your future, just like it did mine.
My name is Marlo Ellis.
I am the Founder and Visionary of The Uncommon Woman, and a leadership coach for women who are no longer afraid to step through their deepest fear, raise their voices and share their stories with the world.
Now that I have found my voice I’m living the life I always wanted to live, running a thriving international business, spending my winters on the Mayan Riviera working from my laptop, connecting with the people there, helping educate their undereducated young girls, and putting women on national and international stages.
But I haven’t always been here. It’s been a powerful journey. The reason I can now share this with you from the other side of my darkness is because I understand that the only way to help others is to heal first, and that’s exactly what I did when I escaped a toxic relationship and built a wildly successful fitness business on $1000 and a wing and a prayer.
Five years later I have shifted into a deeper kind of transformational work with women, the kind I always dreamt of. I get to share my message from stages across Canada and the US, I host events in Canada and Mexico, and in 2019 I will be putting women just like you on international stages so they can share their stories, their truth, and their journey into joy and fulfillment.
I remember the lowest point of my life OH so well. I remember the endless stream of tears running down my face and burning into my skin and even deeper in my broken and battered soul.
I remember thinking I was worthless, useless and deserved nothing better than the toxic partner and empty life that brought me nothing but pain and loneliness.
But I also remember the truth.
The truth that came out soon after I’d cried all the tears I could possibly cry and exhausted the negative loop of dialogue in my mind.
I’m still here.
Despite everybody else, despite myself, I was still there, fighting to survive. I remember lying in bed, empty wine glass beside me on the pillow, wiping the last of the tears and smudged make up away, deciding I deserved so much better.
This was the moment when I realized my story had to be heard. Every woman’s story has to be heard.
At The Uncommon Woman Cross Country Tour you will be INSPIRED and MOVED by the stories of these Uncommon Women and their shift from pain into personal power.
On The Uncommon Woman stage you won’t see women blaming others for their situations and spinning in their darkest hours, indefinitely.
Nope. These women are unique – they are women with a powerful vision, that goes beyond their pain and suffering. They are ready to be part of a movement bigger than themselves and they are ready to take 100% personal responsibility for what they will do with that pain and suffering.
The Uncommon Woman is a movement for women just like you who are ready to feel proud of the life they’re living by helping them practice self-love, honesty and integrity.
The Uncommon Woman realizes that breaking away from fear doesn’t happen in a day – it’s a series of conscious choices in the right direction.
We know that when we come together as a community, we become powerful and unbreakable.
There are many events out there dedicated to storytelling, but The Uncommon Woman Cross Country Tour is SO much more than that. It’s a place of community, passion, celebration, love, and surrender. These stories come from the greatest pain and produce the most powerful transformation at the same time.
At any event dedicated to The Uncommon Woman you won’t see the typical stories you see on social media or even on the news. You’ll see real, raw, and uncomfortable truths most others are afraid to share coming right from the people who experienced them.
But we are more similar than we are different, and stories aren’t to be compared. The Uncommon Woman Tour is a place where women share their experiences as catalysts for change in others, despite similarities or differences in their stories or their lives.
I believe you’re ready to embrace your inner Uncommon Woman!
Here’s what to do next:
There are 2 ticket types:
General Admission gives you full access to the full day of speakers, music, dialogue and connection
VIP celebration tickets holders will have front row seats to this event
Join us for an intimate wrap up party in the VIP Celebration area after the event. You will have the opportunity to meet Marlo and her Tribe of Uncommon speakers and volunteers, take pictures, clink glasses, share in snacks, swap stories and celebrate a beautiful day.
See you on the other side!
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