Imagine going through life, suffering through unexplained medical challenges for years with no end in sight. Now imagine finally receiving a diagnosis only to learn that you have a chronic condition that has no known cure. That is where our guest today found herself but still managed to thrive.
In this episode host, LaKeisha Entsuah talks to Cassandra Hill, an inspirational expert in health and wellness, women’s empowerment, spirituality, and women in leadership. She shares her journey from multiple miscarriages and a lupus diagnosis to being in remission for six years and helping other women live their best life.
Legacy Thought of the Week: When life gives you lemons, don’t make lemonade, plant a lemon tree.
Highlights of the Episode
1:14 – Thought of the Week
9:05 – The diagnosis changes everything
12:07 – The healing process
16:09 – Finding the purpose
21:02 – The emotional healing
24:52 – What It Means To Be Well
When fulfilling God’s plan is calling on your soul, you can rely on speaker, author, entrepreneur, and holistic wellness influencer Cassandra Hill to give you the right words to answer His call.
As a firm believer in radical self-care for professional Black women who’ve put themselves on the back burner in building their careers and businesses, Cassandra’s purpose is to empower women to become their most cared for, stress-free, purpose-driven and impactful selves.
Her empowering insights and actionable advice have led her to share the stage at major events long expert keynotes such as Iyanla Vanzant, contribute frequently to Thrive Global and authority magazines, and be featured on CBS, NBC, FOX, and several local Atlanta channels. Cassandra is an inspirational expert in health and wellness, women’s empowerment, spirituality, and women in leadership. Relying on God and a holistic, natural regimen to heal her systematic lupus is what originally sparked her knack for transforming lives. When Cassandra discovered the power of holistic and faith-based healing, she knew she had to share this gift with professional Black women. And she is grateful for the many unlocked doors that have provided her with the opportunities to do so.