11th November 2020 22:14

 

Kim Boudreau Smith is a speaker, author and coach for women to speak their bold true voice. She is the founder of an internet radio station, author of 3 books and the Speak your Bold Truth Podcast.

We explore what it takes to speak from your true voice, tips to move from nervous to confident to speak, how to get off the ground as a new speaker and there’s a little bit about Kim’s programme if you are looking for a mentor to work with too. Our intention to inspire a stronger connection to your bold, true voice.

 

Links

Kim’s Website – kimbsmith.com

Kim’s Instagram – Her Bold Voice Speaks

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