Pualei Lynn, Startup Founder, Humanitarian, and Style Consultant
Let’s get real for a second–it’s really easy to get caught up in comparisons: who’s taking the most amazing vacations? Who’s the fittest? Whose business is prospering the most? Who has the most admirable family? The list never ends. Now, if things are going well, these external comparisons leave you feeling pretty good about yourself. But what happens when your world comes crashing down? Where do you find your self-worth? This is exactly the scenario that confronted our guest today. A series of personal hardships rocked her sense of self and forced her to search deep within–maybe for the first time–to find out what she was really made of. In this episode, she’ll share her soul-stretching, personal story, and help us navigate the question:
What if we didn't have to achieve our way into feeling worthy?
A conversation with Pualei Lynn, on this episode of Lead With a Question.
Pualei Lynn is the owner of EDYNKEI Boutique & Event Space and the founder of ELEVATE Women's Group. As a stylist and image consultant, Pualei began her career in the fashion industry as a young woman modeling, and later returned to fashion in 2012 where she has worked for over a decade dressing & styling women. Her boutique, EDYNKEI, named after her daughters, carries inclusive sizing and has been created as a space to empower women. Recognizing the need for community, Pualei intentionally works to build community within herself & her business. Through different events, and her women's networking group, ELEVATE, she works to teach and inspire others to do the same.