Deidre Beacham Empowers Women to Step Into Their Power of Voice

In this episode, Dr. Tami Patzer talks with Deidre Beacham, a renowned visibility Catalyst who has been empowering women since 2008 to be seen in all their power. Deidre specializes in helping women find the courage to step into their power of voice and overcome the limitations of the “nice girl” mask through her unique mentoring approach. Her journey of self-discovery and her impactful 27-month experiment have reshaped her coaching methods and inspired many women to reclaim their true selves.

Deidre shares how she realized that it wasn’t enough for women to simply “believe in themselves.” She discovered that the only way to truly believe in oneself is to know and love oneself, which requires shedding the “nice girl” training that so many women have internalized. Through a combination of somatic practices, daily meditation, and journaling, Deidre was able to rewire her brain and overcome her own fear of being visible and authentic.

This episode is a must-listen for any woman who has struggled with stepping into her power and finding the courage to share her voice. Deidre’s insights on the transformative power of self-acceptance and her strategies for helping women overcome the “nice girl mask” are invaluable. Listeners will be inspired to embrace their authentic selves and unlock their full potential.

To learn more about Deidre Beacham and her work, visit her website at DeirdreBeacham.com or connect with her on Facebook and YouTube. Her monthly workshops offer a supportive community and practical guidance for women seeking to become more visible and confident in their own skin.

Tamara "Tami" Patzer

Tamara "Tami" Patzer is a No. 1 best-selling author, publisher, and video producer at Blue Ocean Authority.She is the creator of Women Innovators Radio with its sister book publications:No. 1 Women Innovators: Leaders, Makers and GiversBook Series and Big Message, Big Mission book series. She works with authors,influencers, innovators, and trendsetters to Get Media Exposure.