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Do you feel like what you want, feel or do has very little meaning? You’re not sure how relevant your voice is when it comes to the things that matter to you and it makes you feel powerless.

The reality is you have power to direct your path. What you want, feel or do is valid and you’re not alone in fighting to get it! Bettering yourself through understanding of how the world works creates a better world.

We’re often afraid to share who we really are, what we really think and to stand for something that seems counter to what others might think.

But, at the end of the day, when you look back, are you going to be thankful that you didn’t “offend” others or that you lived your life fully, intentionally and with no regrets?

Let’s shake off fear, find our people and blossom. When we know how incredibly unique and necessary our voices are we can face any challenge. There’s always someone to help you fight because our challenges are not at all uniquely our own. . .

I’m a Black womxn opening up and sharing with the intention of helping you confront yourself.  We’re gonna talk about life, racism, diversity, equity, inclusion and what it means to be intentionally present in everything you do.

We’re setting goals for personal development that raise our collective consciousness and allow us to feel inspired and empowered every day!

Let’s take an intentional journey to where we really want to be. Fighting for equity and inclusion of all people.

About Sedruola & Purpose

Purpose In Service

Release the unnecessary, discover the important and intentionally achieve our core purpose!


“Sedie, you’ve got to figure out your story.” I heard that in my head over and over as I moved toward my purpose.

So, I sat down to write my story: It started in high school. I refused to be senior class president. . . no, that not it; When I went to Korea to teach conversational English. . . no, that’s not it either; What about the time I was chosen for a national beer commercial but didn’t go because. . . no! Cancer? no; high risk pregnancy? No. Wait. . . was it the baby?

It took cancer to realize that twenty years earlier, when I lost my first baby, I began living in default. Being a cancer survivor pushed me to look back, acknowledge and forgive myself. Having cancer put me on the path to my most empowered self.

It’s time to empower others, without the cancer component


Hi, my name is Sedie and I’m a breast cancer survivor, speaker and diversity coach who believes our purpose is rooted in claiming our full selves and  empowering others to do the same. 

The biggest lessons cancer taught me were to slow down, discover what matters to me and relentlessly pursue my calling to be a catalyst of hope, courage and change. I do that by sharing my story, advocating for diversity, inclusion and equity and helping others discover their power as true antiracists.

The goal is to help others find the courage to emerge from the shadows and say “okay, this is me, this is what I believe, I’m standing here, in my truth, in my purpose, in my power and speaking to you.”


How I can help

As a speaker, coach and workshop facilitator I bring passion and purpose to every encounter. It’s important to me that I help create an environment of civil discourse while sharing ideas on subjects that can become quite volatile.

Coach

As a coach it’s important that we develop a trusting relationship. The space we create during our sessions are open, safe and transformative. When talking about personal growth and development with the intent of being an antiracist it’s imperative that we share trust, understanding and openness.

Visit the “Working With Sedie” page to find coaching and learning resources that will help give you a better idea of what’s available.

Personal one-on-one coaching is available CLICK HERE

Speaker

As a speaker my goal is to connect with audience needs while staying true to the values I hold dear. Which is why beyond the topics you’ll find on my Speaker Page I’m open to customizing and improvising presentations as situations require.

Blog

Personal Development – Racial Sensitivity in the Workplace…

On Monday, August 17, 2020 an interview I did for “The Resilient Entrepreneur with Michelle Mercier” released. I wanted to share it with you because I think it’s not just a fun interview, but we talked about important information that every business owner, entrepreneur or employee could use. I’d love for you to take a …

Black Literature Book Nook

Books to set your life on fire.
Books to move your soul.
Books to release your tears.
Books to expand your mind.
Books to take you on a journey. . . Books to give you wings.


I love books. I love they way they feel in my hands, the way they smell and the information they deliver.

If you’re a lover of books here’s a library I’d love for you to check out. Have suggestions? Please share in the comments. Let’s learn together.