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Angela Chee’s mission is to help people break through their barriers, step into the spotlight and live their legacy. Now she’s highlighting those people in her brand new — and soon to be wildly successful — podcast the Power of the Only. 
 
We talk the evolution of women, how fear presents itself when we’re over 40 (vs when we were younger) and getting comfortable with our own voice, in whatever life’s season we find ourselves in. 
 
If you’ve ever felt like “the only” — the only woman, the only person of color, the only anything… in your work, community or family… I think this episode — and Angela’s message — will resonate deeply. 
 
Speaking of resonating deeply… a few days back I shared three key ways to support Forty Thrive and help me to build a team of women over 40 in creating more resources for YOU. The response did not disappoint! 
 

Want to learn more? Visit the Forty Thrive Patreon page!

Huge thanks to our “Three-vers”
Barbara, Pam, Julie, Courtney, Lisa, Karly, Andrea, Delisa
 
Our new book club members!
Emily, Laura, Rocki, 
 
And… before our FT membership is even launched, a huge welcome to Christine and Amy!
 

About Angela:

Angela Chee is a keynote speaker, media/communication coach, and host of  “The Power Of The Only” Podcast.

A former TV news anchor and reporter with more than 20 years of media experience, she now works with visionary leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who are ready to own voice, their power and amplify their message and mission through speaking, video and media. Her mission is to help people break through their barriers, step into the spotlight and live their legacy.  Through one on one coaching, group workshops and online programs she helps her clients be clear, confident and connected and ready for any opportunity on-camera and off.  

Angela’s speaking career started at 15, when she was the first Asian American woman to win the title of “Miss California National Teen-Ager.”  Now Angela presents inspirational and transformative keynotes and corporate trainings for Fortune 500 companies, universities, and professional associations on topics related to leadership, women’s empowerment, communication, diversity and media.  She also serves on the Media Advisory Board of the Asian Culture and Media Alliance and was the founder of The Zen Mom®, an inspirational and informative website for moms.

Born on the East Coast and raised in Southern California by Chinese immigrant parents, she is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She is a mother of two and a healthy foodie, who loves yoga, quotes and all things inspirational.

You can find her @AngelaCheeTV on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube and at www.AngelaChee.com