#Sweatworking Summit guest speaker: Liz Hernandez, Founder of WORDAFUL

“Words give meaning. Words are how we communicate. Sometimes we throw out words and give no real thought to the power of what we’re saying. I created WORDAFUL to begin the conversation. Let’s start paying attention.” -Liz Hernandez

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s understanding that the words we use can make a world of difference in how we communicate with one another. Liz Hernandez, a Mexican American Emmy-nominated television personality and journalist, has created a community that encourages you to create the life that you want with the power of your words. It is mind-blowing how changing the words we use can drastically change the way we feel about ourselves and others. 

Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 20th, 2021 – you won’t want to miss this special WORDAFUL workshop. To quote one of our Ambassadors and past WORDAFUL Chicago event attendee, Kirstie Castaneira Biehl, “Her [Liz’s] session was like nothing I had expected, it was very interactive and communal….we all shared things in that room I don’t think many of us had shared before….she is an amazing human and you feel her energy just by being in her presences.” Wow to that 5-star review! 

As a former radio host and entertainment reporter for Access Hollywood, E! News and MTV, Liz’s career has been built on words, but no chapter more meaningful than the one she is currently living with WORDAFUL, a video and live event series that focuses on the importance of how we communicate with others and ourselves.

Through WORDAFUL, Liz has created a new form of storytelling that she hopes will encourage and connect you to the power of words. She believes we can create new realities for ourselves by changing our internal and external dialogue, ones that support more meaningful relationships and lives. 

Want to know more about Liz and WORDAFUL? Follow Liz Hernandez and WORDAFUL on Instagram.

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About Kelly Matkovich

Kelly fell in love with the aSweatLife family when she became an ambassador in 2016. Through goal-setting and the exposure to trying new things, she made some pretty big career goals for herself. In 2017, she quit her full time job as a Director of Meetings and events for a Women’s Cancer Association to pursue the crazy world of entrepreneurship/contract work/working multiple jobs and a career in fitness. During this time, she got her NASM personal training certificate and became a group fitness instructor while also earning certifications in yoga sculpt and health coaching. She traveled around the world executing large conferences and started a wellness events company within the hospitality industry. Through this very exciting but very bumpy new career path, she always had aSweatLife ambassadors there to support her along the way. Now, as the Senior Director of Communities, her focus is to grow with this amazing group of ambassadors and inspire them to reach their BHAGS through uniquely crafted experiences, events and community.