E49: The Power of Your Story

Ele’s life completely changed when she hit rock bottom living abroad in Barcelona. Literally running from her situation, Ele shared her story, and with that one moment of vulnerability, her entire life changed.

She now helps others harness the power of their own stories. On this episode, Ele shares why we’re not good at telling our own stories, how we can understand the important parts of our stories and how we can make a perception shift to stop playing the victim.

Whether you’re a brand or just want to share your truth, Ele also shares the most important thing about a story that people can connect with.

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Leena Lemos

Leena is the founder of Enlightenedhood and on a mission to empower mindful motherhood and shift the conversation and consciousness of an important chapter of womanhood. Through her Enlightenedhood platform, she has cultivated a tribe of strong and like-minded women who are blazing trails towards the age of the enlightened mother. Leena uses her 10+ years of multimedia experience to inspire other women through storytelling and educational content.

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Leena Lemos

Leena is the founder of Enlightenedhood and on a mission to empower mindful motherhood and shift the conversation and consciousness of an important chapter of womanhood. Through her Enlightenedhood platform, she has cultivated a tribe of strong and like-minded women who are blazing trails towards the age of the enlightened mother. Leena uses her 10+ years of multimedia experience to inspire other women through storytelling and educational content.

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Ele Hutt

Meet Ele Hütt

Ele is a breakthrough coach, brand strategist and a storyteller on a mission to enjoy life, eat everything she can, and help women become their own healers.

Last year, after she quit "the perfect job," she got married and started traveling the world. Unfortunately, what started as a dream come true ended up being a domestically violent relationship. She literally had to run away. That experience forced her to seek something beyond happiness... a PURPOSE!

Mixing together her passion for personal development and storytelling skills, she was able to create a new path: listening, empowering and helping women rewrite their stories so they can share their talents with the world... starting with herself!

Nowadays she works remotely, travels with her 10-year-old son, and lives the meaningful lifestyle she craved for so long.