Updated: Nov 7, 2019
I almost moved to LA to pursue a career in comedy because as a child I wanted to be a stand up comedian. I still get told that I’m funny nearly everyday but I don’t regret my choice not to become a comedian.
It took time for me to be at peace with that. Growing up, I was told that being funny wasn’t “ladylike” or “cute” and I heard that reverberate in my mind a lot.
Eventually I faced the fact that being funny is just apart of me! Now I lead with it instead of hiding from it.
I’ve recognized that humor is my super power and I use it everyday! During 1on1 meetings with clients, during speaking engagements, during my day to day interactions with friends and family. I don’t have to regret moving away from comedy as a career because its still such a part of me!
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