Chelsea Austin: Flip the Script

  • Location: Capital City Country Club, Azalea Room
  • Address: 1601 Golf Terrace Drive Tallahassee, FL 32301
  • RSVP Deadline: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 20

Being a public relations practitioner is extremely rewarding, but it also has its unique challenges. Before the pandemic, we dealt with deadlines, difficult clients and work-life balance. In the last two years, we not only had the anticipated, but we had the unexpected – working remotely or in a hybrid situation; sharing a workspace with a child learning from home and/or a spouse/partner; or managing a team and projects from afar. All of this chaos caused some of us to feel physically and emotionally drained, question our capabilities and even question if we are in the right profession.

On April 21, the FPRA Capital Chapter welcomes author Chelsea Austin to Tallahassee. In this engaging and inspirational session, Chelsea will reveal her story of labels, worthiness and refusing to be boxed in, and teach us how to “Flip the Script” to finally realize the success we are meant to achieve. During this program, we will explore:

  • “Imposter Syndrome” – why you get it and how to get rid of it for good.
  • Self-doubt – its root causes and how to keep it from holding you back.
  • The warning signs your body gives you when you are on the verge of burnout and how to recognize them.
  • The true definition of success and how you can achieve it.

Chelsea Austin is a writer, speaker and advocate from Malibu, California. Her forthcoming book, Inexplicably Me: A Story of Labels, Worthiness, and Refusing to Be Boxed In (due out May 3), is a hilariously moving and inspirational memoir of a girl with two gay dads, navigating her way through life with joy, love, gratitude and an excellent sense of humor.

Chelsea graduated magna cum laude from Muhlenberg College in 2015 with a degree in theatre and dance. After a successful but unfulfilling career in real estate, Chelsea dropped everything to take control of her life’s journey and charted a path rooted in the idea of helping others. Chelsea now spends her days as a nationally-recognized writer, speaker, advocate and certified coach on a mission to help others discover their own self-worth.

Program/Lunch Price
$30 members, $40 non-members, $20 students
Location: Capital City Country Club, Azalea Room (Parking is available on-site and complimentary.)

11:30 to noon: Check-in, mingling, lunch
12-1 p.m.: Program

RSVP by 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 20.

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