Hear Samantha Livingstone Speak on "When Winning Gold Wasn't Enough" Thurs. 8 PM Griffin 3

Hear Samantha Livingstone Speak on "When Winning Gold Wasn't Enough" Thurs. 8 PM Griffin 3
With social media at our fingertips, it is easy to get swallowed up by the stories we tell ourselves.  It's easy to think that everyone has it all together - except for you.  In "When Winning Gold Wasn't Enough," Samantha candidly shares her Ten Truths in Rising that will help you challenge your limiting beliefs, edit the stories you tell yourself, redefine success and failure, and learn to embrace self-compassion and love – constructs that will build the foundation for resiliency in any arena. 
 
In this powerful and honest presentation, Samantha takes us with her to the top of the podium and down into the rubble of life without sport - just a mere two months after winning gold. She's sifted through the rubble many times as she's successfully battled through an eating disorder, injury, depression, the transition to life without sport and PTSD - rising with strength and clarity every time. She talks candidly about her struggle with perfectionism and comparison –the underlying current of her struggles - and how letting go of both ultimately led her to experience deeper joy and fulfillment WHILE living her dream.
 
Samantha Livingstone is an Olympic Gold Medalist, transformational speaker, high performance coach and mama of four.  She inspires and empowers others to cultivate the courage, resilience and perseverance needed to let go of perfection and other limiting beliefs so they can live their dream. Samantha candidly shares her battles with her inner critic, depression, perfection, PTSD and parenting as a working mother because she believes in the transformative power of story – and the strength that comes from knowing we are not alone. She is on a mission to pay forward all that she's learned to help others find joy and live free.  

A mama of heart warrior and mama of twins, Samantha and her husband, Rob, live in the Berkshires with their four girls.