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Virtual Women on the Prairie Conference
Nicole Phillips, author, speaker, columnist, podcast host and Kindness Champion, will be the featured presenter for the Presentation Sisters’ Women on the Prairie Conference.

Nicole will inspire you to live a more meaningful and productive life, showing why kindness really does matter. In today's world, we often think of kindness as something that flows from our surplus: our extra time, extra energy, or extra resources, leaving us to ask, “How can I possibly give to others when I don’t have enough for myself?”

We invite you to join us virtually to learn and share together as we navigate and continue to share kindness in a world of uncertainty. We can all do acts of kindness, but it’s not until we are being vessels of kindness in our thoughts, words and deeds that we see radical life changes.

Through Nicole's virtual presentation, she explores the chain reaction that happens within our bodies when we lead with kindness and in turn how we can feel hopeful that there is indeed much each of us can do to create light in a dark world while inspiring kindness and hope in others.

Nicole's captivating authenticity will challenge you to change the way you live and think, because the life you transform with kindness is your own, and kindness IS contagious!

Don't miss this exciting and amazing event!

Oct 3, 2020 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Nicole Phillips
Kindness Champion
Nicole is a sought after speaker to share her expertise with churches and corporations for using kindness to overcome all of life’s difficulties. She is the author of the books, Kindness is Contagious, Kindness is Courageous and The Negativity Remedy, host of The Kindness Podcast, and writes a kindness story weekly for The Forum. She has also been seen on Hallmark Home & Family Show, Good Morning San Diego, and The Morning Blend. You will love hearing Nicole speak and finding out why she is blazing a new trail to crush the idea that kindness is just “some fluffy feeling” and share the power it has to change YOUR life. It even helped her in her darkest moments when facing breast cancer. She has her Broadcast Journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin and has worked as a television anchor and reporter. Nicole recently moved to Aberdeen, South Dakota, has three children and is married to Northern State University Men’s Basketball Coach, Saul Phillips.