In this heart-filled interview, Najwa shares her account of witnessing her home in Lebanon engulfed in war, to her incredible journey of immigration, vulnerability, invisibility, and self-discovery. On the heels of the #MeToo movement we confront head-on the mindset of power dynamics and the reality AND effects that men and women are faced with on a daily basis.
This woman has shaped and changed her entire life and is now on a mission to change the world.
Take a one-minute peek at Najwa Zebian's inspirational speech at the 2018 THRIVE conference in Las Vegas, NV where she shares her inspiration behind creating one of her most well-loved lines of poetry: "These mountains that you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb."
Drawing on her experiences growing up in different countries and struggling to find a place where she felt she belonged, Najwa Zebian reveals the power of the spoken and written word. She demonstrates how words can pave the journey that leads us to our home, to a place where we feel we belong, understood and valued, and most importantly where we feel worthy of feeling that way.
Najwa Zebian captivates the audience with her graceful eloquence, walking through the journey of pain, trauma, healing and stitching yourself back together with gold.
Najwa Zebian speaks with Lewis Howes about the courage to be vulnerable and drops some powerful truths about greatness.
What does it mean to love yourself?
Based on page 15 from Mind Platter.