An astute observer of behavior, and endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, Jacqueline finds people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles incredibly interesting and courageous.
As the author of When The Crow Sings, The Fearless Factor, and the soon to be published The Fearless Factor @ Work, Jacqueline has explored human behavior and asked tough questions to discover hard truths for more than 35 years.
She grew up in the School of Hard Knocks and witnessed first-hand many of the conditions that sabotage a person’s ability to succeed. This experience helped me enormously. While observing and talking with thousands of people over several decades, she comes to understand that the challenges we all confront are not much different—no matter who you are or what you’re doing in life.
The first half of her life was spent wandering and wondering. She was a writer, a singer, and a global nomad who lived and traveled on three continents developed a passion for martial arts earning a black belt in karate, and now an avid Crossfit athlete. She is an active co-partner in a long-term marriage and along the way, she became the mother of four children who have grownup to be amazing adults.
She believes in the power of being fearless – to create the career and life you want.
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