Overcoming MediocrityEPIC WOMEN
Kathleen Quink Shaw
Being adopted at three months old, Kathleen never felt a sense of belonging. No matter what she did, she never felt good enough for her “parents.” It was a feeling that followed her throughout life, a constant reminder that she was the black sheep in her own family.
Despite the challenges Kathleen faced, she learned to be strong. After all, living in a crib for the first three months of your life is no way to start out. As she grew older, she realized that she didn’t want any child to feel the way she did — like they didn’t belong or weren’t good enough. That is when her lightbulb moment struck — she decided to create programs for busy parents to help them navigate the challenges of raising children and to teach them about the importance of strength and resilience. By sharing her own experiences and knowledge, she hopes to make a positive impact on the lives of children and families in her community.
Finding My Way: A Story of Love, Learning, and Determination
Life is full of surprises. What you do with them is what makes your world go ‘round. Kathleen’s world is still a work in progress. She is learning something new every day! She wants to share what she was taught and learned, so you can enjoy raising your children in this crazy world. Kathleen has learned some of the most important lessons in life by just doing it wrong and then getting it right the second time. Want to avoid these costly mistakes? If so, visit me at thepottyboss.com