M. Bridget Cook-Burch Knows Our Stories Shape Our Lives
M. Bridget Cook-Burch is one of 20 smart, amazing co-authors of our new book, released in December, Leading Women: 20 Successful Women Share Their Secrets to Leadership, Business, and Life. An internationally sought-after speaker, businesswoman and “pro-activist”, Bridget addresses some of today’s most timely issues that are deeply affecting humanity. Bridget’s best-selling personal histories and biographies illustrate the gift of tragedy leading to ultimate triumph, bringing to the world the powerful promise of hope and lasting change. Read Bridget’s bio
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Transforming the Stories We Tell Ourselves as Women
Bridget shares fascinating tales of how three women transformed their lives by changing the stories they told about themselves. One found the courage to escape an abusive work relationship. A second left a forced marriage as the 19th of 65 wives. A third overcame her shame as the daughter of an unrepentant serial killer.
“What stories have I loved and believed in that have created possibilities – and limitations – for me?” ~M. Bridget Cook-Burch
About Bridget Cook-Burch
M. Bridget Cook-Burch is the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author best known for riveting tales of transformation. Her gift is her courage to bring light into the darkest places of humanity, and illuminating paths that awaken readers to their own magnificent journey. Her powerful work has been showcased on Oprah, CNN, Good Morning America, and in People among others. Co-author of best-selling Shattered Silence, the Untold Story of a Serial Killer’s Daughter with Melissa G. Moore, and Skinhead Confessions: From Hate to Hope with former neo-Nazi TJ Leyden, Bridget’s stories continue to rock readers around the world. Bridget’s new work, The Witness Wore Red, released in 2013, tells the astonishing life story of a woman who escaped from Warren Jeffs and the insidious organized crime ring of the FLDS church and who has become a powerful advocate for the dignity of victims of human trafficking worldwide.
In writing as in life, Bridget loves to refute stereotypes. After operating two transportation companies, she is now writing, speaking, and training full-time as CEO of Inspired Legacy, LLC. Bridget enjoys her four amazing children and more pets than her beloved husband can handle. An internationally sought-after speaker and activist, Bridget wows audiences on the subjects of radical transformation, conscious business, and how to leave the footprints of an inspired legacy.