Sue Urda is your Good Vibes Gal. She has impacted thousands of women through her transformative talks and inspirational writings that teach people to embrace the power of feeling good. Sue loves helping women discover the freedom of authentic alignment, tap into and use their unique and precious gifts, and live their lives each day with more simplicity and intention, grace and ease.
Sue is a two-time honoree on INC Magazine’s list of the 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies and has been a successful entrepreneur for 30 years. She is an Award-Winning and Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, and a prolific, inspirational writer and speaker. As co-founder of Powerful You! she has connected thousands of women for business, personal and spiritual growth, and she has helped more than 350 women achieve their dreams of becoming a published author.
Sue is a thought leader who thrives on and loves studying the pioneers and newcomers to the arena of personal development and spiritual growth. Her own lifelong mission of personal discovery and her sometimes messy journey have led her to love the life she has designed, and she now lives and teaches everyday practices that really work as a way of paying it forward.
Sue is passionate about helping people make meaningful decisions that they feel good about, and move them to actions that are aligned with their values. Sue loves assisting women to find the feel good and live in that space every day.
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So last year, I decided to stop dying my hair. I know, I know, I hear your gasps, and I feel you scrolling to look at my picture. Yes, my hair is now mostly white and I’m still in my fifties. Before I made the decision, I posted a question on facebook, what is the...
As children, we often conjured up monsters in the darkness of the night. These monsters were so real to us that we were unable to go to sleep, we called for our parents to rescue us and we even shook in our sheets. What we now know as adults is that there were no...