Miranda Anderson is an inspiring speaker, teacher, podcast host, and author of the book More Than Enough. She has spoken at conferences for over five years, with audiences ranging from 30-300 attendees.
Her podcast reaches thousands of engaged listeners each week. She is dynamic, energetic, while still remaining candid and relatable. Her goal is to leave the audience with something to think about, something new to feel, as well as something to DO to move forward toward living the life of their dreams.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed and busy, but seemily going in circles? As soon as you achieve one goal or milestone, you find another just beyond it to achieve?
A few years ago Miranda realized that she had gone to school, gotten a great job, married, bought a house, had children, and done everything else she imagined would lead to success and fulfillment, and she still felt unfulfilled. With a determination to discover what true contentment was made of, Miranda decided to undergo a twelve-month no-shopping experiment.
Pausing all consumer consumption for a year not only served its purpose in reprioritizing Miranda’s values, but it also taught her the paradox of how she could enjoy life so much more when she chose to embrace less.
In her signature keynote, Miranda will share how to use the power of LESS to access more abundance, joy, and focus in work, life, and relationships. Less really can be more, and Miranda will teach you how.
Miranda is a natural speaker and is able to captivate an audience, entertain, educate and inspire all at the same time. Not only that but she is quick to respond to questions we have, values our advice or opinions, and is timely with deliverables for our speaker deadlines. We have been so honored to have her speak and look forward to her coming back again in the future. If you hire Miranda to speak to your audience you will not be disappointed.
We were so happy to have Miranda lead a workshop for Rebelle Con. Her presentation was thoughtfully prepared and full of personal best practices. Miranda is relatable and kind and makes all participants feel at ease and ready to learn.