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Made Beautiful by Scars - A Global Story Movement with Veronica Farmer

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Made Beautiful by Scars is a global story movement for change around how we see our life scars collected by bestselling author, motivational speaker, and therapist Veronica Farmer from Brisbane, Australia.

Veronica seeks out interesting people all over the world to interview. People who have taken their life scars and become an inspiration, leaving a legacy that makes others and our world better. Her collection includes stories from eco-warriors, scientists, world record athletes, actors, film-makers, musicians, business geniuses and more! These stories are combined with stories from everyday heroes who are also making a difference in the world as well. The stories are raw and real, and offer a peak into the rich workings of a vulnerable scarred heart with intentions to healing our own.

Veronica Farmer was diagnosed with extensive cancer just days before her wedding, and it was a powerful life scar for her. Made Beautiful by Scars started with the idea of sharing how Veronica finding a renewed perspective on life after facing death made her more beautiful. She then realized hosts of other peoples’ lives are molded gracefully by their own scars.

In Book One of the Made Beautiful by SCARS, Veronica shared her fascinating scar story, and that of Mo Gawdat CBO of Google X and his Happiness mission touching millions, Eco-warrior and rhino protector Damien Mander, as well as world record Paralympians, musicians, scientists and humanitarians from around the world, and everyday heroes.

Join Veronica Framer and me on Tuesday, May 1, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be having a conversation about her life’s journey, and passion in helping others through her Made Beautiful by Scars global story movement project from “the land down under!”

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