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.
The Power Of Enough
We often falsely believe that more is always better. In this talk, the audience will be challenged to discover what “enough” really looks like for them, and their own success and happiness. They will be left feeling abundant, grateful, and fulfilled. This talk tandems beautifully with Miranda’s book, More Than Enough.
Growth and Engagement
It is easy to be so caught up in outward metrics that we fail to remember that true success lies internally, in the fulfillment we find in our everyday life. This talk encourages the audience to press pause long enough to ensure they are growing and engaged in their personal lives so that they can bring everything to the table in their careers and companies.
Achievement vs. Fulfillment
Society teaches to set and meet goals over and over again. Through personal experience Miranda has discovered the importance of enjoying the process, even before the goal is achieved. This talk introduced the audience to the difference between achievement and fulfillment and invites them to focus on the one that means the most!
An Adventure Mindset
Choosing to stop shopping for an entire year as a family of five was an incredible adventure—not because it meant climbing mountains or sailing the seas, but because it invited creative problem solving, curiosity, and enthusiasm. This talk teaches the audience about the five E’s of an adventure mindset, and how approaching life with this perspective is powerful.
The Advantages of Optimism
There is more to being optimistic than just gluing a smile to your face. In this presentation, Miranda walks the audience through several practical advantages to looking on the bright side and choosing to see life through a more grateful lens.