Being an overachiever can be exhausting. Especially when unforeseen circumstances (like COVID-19) add unexpected pressure on parents to maintain their "high" standard for excellence on and off the clock.
Best selling author and award-winning producer, Angel N. Livas, disrupts the notion that we can't have it all.
This personal testament identifies 5 simple, yet highly effective ways to live in abundance at home and work. Angel N. Livas is a best-selling author, visionary, CEO, and 2019 Communicator award recipient for her radio program, “The Woman Behind The Business Talk Show.”
In 2016, Angel organized a movement for women entrepreneurs to expand their companies into international territories by way of her non-profit, “The Woman Behind The Business.” Since its inception, women from across the globe annually convene in Nassau, Bahamas, where the first international chapter was formed.
As the CEO of DC Media Connection, Angel utilizes her keen sense of video production and content creation to attract her clients to their ideal consumers. Recently, Angel was named “Woman to Watch 2020 for Business Excellence” by the Creative Life Institute. In 2016, Angel was highlighted in the Washington Business Journal under “People On The Move” and named “Influential Business Woman of 2016” by AI Magazine.
Before embarking upon her entrepreneurial journey, Angel oversaw six-nationally syndicated talk-radio shows, which included producing programming for award-winning celebrity hosts Larry King and Jane Pauley.
Today, she uses storytelling as a tool to connect to the hearts of audiences as she graces global stages from Accra, Ghana, to moderating conversations throughout the Caribbean. Angel is a proud lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and a graduate of Howard University, where she graduated magna cum laude. She received her master of arts from the American University and she is also the recipient of two professional certifications from Stanford University and Rutgers University. Angel currently resides in Northern Virginia with her two children. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx