She couldn’t journal, so she did what came naturally – she spoke her truth. Quite literally, we might add. She used a voice app on her phone to record her thoughts and reflections, lessons and learnings. She poured herself out – every hurt, every challenge she’d overcome, every person who’d hurt her. Then she transcribed it. 77 pages later, she had her first book – Doing the W-O-R-K: Women Overcoming Real Khaos.
As much as Greer learned about herself in the process, she learned a lot about other women, as well. She discovered just how many women could relate to the harsh, hurtful reality of broken relationships – and how many women wanted to move through those feelings to a better place. “I don’t care what color, and I don’t care what age you are – everybody can relate to relationship brokenness,” she says.
The book is a workbook, but, more so, a resource built with Greer’s stories, lessons, aha! moments, experiences – and strategies. “I apply every tool that I’ve learned over the last 20 years [in this workbook] to help women,” she says.
At the end of the day though, what’s her work – from individual consultations to 1:1 coaching to meet-up discussion groups to writing a book – really all about?
“[I help] women know who they are, stand on their truth, and find their greatness,” she says.
There’s no one else we’d like on the journey with us.