Learn how to self-correct in the middle of a sentence sin pena, brujas. Because best-selling author of Latina Empowerment Through Leadership, actor, TV host and kickass content creator Lizza Monet Morales has spent the last 4 years working with psychologists and experts to nail down what words women use at a higher percentage that are playing down their power (like the word “just”). Lizza helps us break down the concept of pena, asking for what you want, and how to generate things that you aren’t seeing in the world from -- even when in the darkest of places.
This all coming from a hella strong woman who was sexually molested by 4 different family members wherein speaking up was not probable because they threatened to hurt the rest of her family. Sadly, even her stepmother tried to poison and kill her. But while her story starts out as a heart-wrenching as they come, her journey will make you realize that you can handle anything life throws at you -- surviving and thriving -- hopefully with heart-filled eyes as Lizza once had to.
The natural born connector now speaks around the world but nothing brings Lizza greater pleasure than championing on the efforts of other entrepreneurs and being a resource to colleagues and mentor to the next generation. When not working, you can catch Lizza either, speaking Japanese, salsa dancing, traveling, volunteering, or talking about her global movement where she celebrates #ClassyChingonas around the world. You can also find her online sharing her crazy adventures of her daily life, on and off set, on her Periscope channel under @xoxolizza, her blog and across all her social media platforms.
You can hear it all on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and more. You can also follow our visual journey via Instagram or Facebook @moradolens.