Bestselling Author Holley Gerth on Connecting with Your Audience

TCMP 003: Holley Gerth

TCMP 003: Holley GerthOn this episode of The Change Makers Podcast, Ellen talks with her good friend, and best-selling author, Holley Gerth. Holley is the author of You’re Going to Be Okay, You’re Already Amazing, What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days, Fiercehearted and many others, including her newest release Strong, Brave, Loved. Ellen and Holley discuss the founding of the groundbreaking women’s blogging platform, (in)courage, the importance of being a proactive leader, and what it’s like to be in leadership and ministry as an introvert.

About Holley Gerth: Holley Gerth is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, counselor, life coach and speaker. She loves connecting with the hearts of women through her popular blog and books like You’re Already Amazing and Fiercehearted. She’s also cofounder of (in)courage and a partner with DaySpring. Holley lives with her husband, Mark, in the South.

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[bctt tweet=”I think writing is mostly about listening; listening to God first, and then listening to the people that you’re called to serve through your words. @HolleyGerth” #ChangeMakersPodcast username=”GrafMartin”] [bctt tweet=”One of my friends told me years ago “You know Holley, a brand is just a promise that people can trust you’ll be the same, wherever you are.” @HolleyGerth #ChangeMakersPodcast” username=”GrafMartin”] [bctt tweet=”I think we need people who are peers to be in about the same place as we are, and what we’re doing. I think we need people who are ahead of us a few steps, to look to you. I think we need people in our life that we’re pouring into also. @HolleyGerth” username=””]