Embrace Your Inner Hotness
Confidence Expert, Speaker, and Best-Selling Author
Leta has been a makeup artist since 1999, she has helped clients to not just look their best but to feel their best. It began in 1988 when Leta was an awkward and insecure (so basically, a typical teenage) kid. Her story, like many, is that we all have to face what we look like, which may involve missing teeth, who we are and well … what we are going to do about it!
Her message is about the insecurities we all face and how to not only change them but what we can do about them each and every day.
Creator of Hotness
Leta Greene speaks, entertains, and inspires audiences to embrace what makes us individually hot and amazing. You can get a little bit of Leta’s speaking style through her first TEDx talk. Her programs range from Maturation programs for 5th grade girls, Confidence workshop for tween and teen girls, Joy-full workshops for women, Seminars for parents on how to talk to your kids about sex, and as an energetic Keynote speaker for conference and seminars on resiliency and personal responsibility.
Spend enough time on yourself in the morning to forget about yourself all day.®
Just like a wildfire, flashy and burning out of control, when we live large with no awareness of others, we not only burn others, we burn ourselves out, feeling empty and alone. A campfire, because it is in control and contained, is ironically hotter. True hotness lights the spark in others and draws others close to feel the warmth and safety of gathering around true hotness. Accordingly, when you are in touch with your true HOTNESS™, you tap into your unique ability to influence and impact others.
I have previously heard Leta Greene speak at trainings during our SeneGence events. Leta has the most non-threatening welcoming personality when it comes to training and talking. She is funny, never boring makes us laugh and engages with us. I’m a hands-on learner but when Leta speaks I always go away remembering what she says and mostly how it makes us feel!
Digging such an awesome time with my daughter, Bree. We got totally spoiled by the amazingly talented (and never-forget-awesomely-riotous) famous makeup artist Leta Greene! I haven’t laughed this much in AGES! Plus, BONUS: she made all of us look like stunningly beautiful goddesses with her famous “hotness.” Gotta love this woman! Guaranteed riot. Guaranteed glam. Would love to take her on my cross-country speaking tour!
She speaks about self-worth, self-perception, change, joy, “stop the bully in you” to schools and youth, and “overcoming despite the poopiness of life” to adults. It is through humor, stories, and a new way of seeing the every day that makes Leta’s audiences of all ages want to hold on for more! She is funny, down to earth, and introduces hilarious characters that inspire you to expand and embrace your true HOTNESS™.
The Secret to Lasting Beauty
Beauty isn’t an arbitrary value society assigns us but rather something deep and inherent in our souls. We are beautiful because we are unique in all the universe. Becoming gorgeous is about recognizing yourself regardless of the package and wrapping you come in at any given time.
How to Deal with Tragedy
Hard will hit us in life but joy, confidence, and fulfillment those you have to make yourself! Tragedies in our life when we find the lesson hidden in them actually give us the opportunity to become more, more loving, more empathic to others and to increase our confidence.
How to Embrace Change
We can have life events shake up our carefully molded routines or we can program ourselves to embrace them and thrive in the adventure.
I love the message in this book. Love yourself and treat yourself kindly. We as women are so negative toward ourselves, and we do not see the beauty that we inherently have been given. I think this is a great book for ALL women, to stop the negativity toward ourselves.
I loved this uplifting look at how we can start today treating ourselves so much better. We all come with different packages in life, Leta shows women how to embrace who we are with humor and some easy exercises. Readers will learn how to love what’s inside, as well as what we and the world see on the outside. I find that I’m always my worst critic, and from reading this book I’m learning how to be kinder to myself. This is a book that I will be revisiting over and over again.