This episode is definitely not just for pageant fans! Heather's story is one that will inspire you to chase your dreams (no matter how many times you have to try). She was also generous in being open and sharing her perspective as a biracial woman.
We share our opinions on the Miss America swimsuit competition, how we'd like to see the Miss Ohio and Miss America organizations evolve, and Heather shares her story of being Miss Ohio through her lens as a biracial woman.
I know this episode will definitely get you thinking! I hope you learn something and enjoy our conversation. Let us know what you think of the episode by sharing it on Instagram and using #lifeconciergepodcast.
Rose Gabler is an author, speaker, and creativity coach.
Growing up in a family of artists, she felt pressured to be artistically expressive but didn't know how to connect her innate creative strengths with her desired business goals.
She began a lifelong journey trying to bridge this gap and faced many challenges in discovering a solid link. After acquiring her master's degree in Business of Arts and Culture, traveling the world for three years, and interviewing hundreds of people in various industries about creativity, she discovered that there were five universal contributing factors that empower our ability to be creative and to utilize it as a skill. She was recently named one of the Top 20 Female Entrepreneurs to Look For in 2021 and her newest book The Creativity Gene achieved best seller status in the first day. Now, she lives in Chicago with her husband and two golden doodles, working with entrepreneurs, artists, and individuals to hone their creative strengths and align them with personal and professional goals to achieve success.