We write. We share. We grow.

I challenge women to explore their LORE –
the folklore and messaging that has shaped their lives.

LORE is a noun.

It means the generational passing down of knowledge by story, myth or legend. It is a nod to my grandmother; an amazing woman who raised ten kids while rocking magenta lipstick and a bite. During our final conversations she told me not to worry about the big things, “You worry about the little things. You love each other every day.”


Lore and Little Things is a safe space to share big conversations. It enables women to take off their shine and share the stories that enable change, and sometimes catharsis, in their very telling. 



I challenge women to explore their LORE, the folklore and messaging that has shaped their lives.

Exercises enable women to dig into what they have been programmed to believe through early experiences, including messages that may be holding them back.

We “do the work” together, including guiding readers through love letters to their younger and future selves, visualizations, and writing exercises to evolve self messaging – and ideally more purposeful messaging for our daughters.

We’re creating big conversations to enable heartfelt transformation. The ultimate outcome is to inspire growth, and maybe even catharsis, that has life-changing potential.


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Jeanette is an accomplished speaker, panelist and workshop facilitator with audiences ranging from 12 to 65. She enjoys working with women and girls, and hopes to one day stand in front of a room full of dads to talk daughters. Her most recent speeches and workshops have been:

“The CEO of YOU: Taking Charge of Your Destiny”

“Love, Me: Love Letters to your Past and Future Self”

”Girls for Progress: Working on My Self(ie)”

“Is it True? Challenging the Stories We Tell Our Children”

Jeanette is able to design content on any of the following topics,
be it a keynote or an interactive workshop:

Purposeful Self Talk; Purposeful Girl Talk, Social Influence and Girls, Love Letters To Your Younger Self, Raising Strong and Empowered Girls, Messaging and It’s Role in Your Self Esteem; Growing Up in the Shadow of Addiction (Adult Children of Alcoholics).



“No matter the stage of each woman’s career, Jeanette connected and inspired them during her workshop. She is a true role model and delight!”

– Shelley Gitomer,

Vice President, MGM Resorts Foundation Women’s Leadership Conference

“YOU are inside-out gorgeous! Thank you for your safe space to be so emotionally honest! Xoxo”

– Adrianne Haslet, Author, Advocate,

Speaker, Dancer, Amputee Advocate and Survivor of the Boston Marathon Bombings

“Listening to you makes me want to play further to my edge as a leader, a mom… and a human. Thank you for sharing your wisdom (and your wit) with my community.”

– Alexia Vernon, Influencer Academy


Coming Soon:

Jeanette’s interviews of the most influential women in business and media as
they share their love letters to their past and future selves.

Featured Interviews

Jessica Moore
CBS News Anchor and the letter that started it all
Emily Nolan
Global voice for body image and self-acceptance
Jamie Little
Fox Sports NASCAR and Indianapolis 500 Reporter