Get Over “I Got It” by Elayne Fluker
She’s Giving You the Read and Talking di Tings! Hosted by Trey Anthony
March 18, 12pm
Trey Anthony is excited to interview the amazing author and podcaster Elayne Fluker, who is author of Get Over “I Got it!”: How to Stop Playing Superwoman, Get Support, and Remember that Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All Alone.
Today’s women are ambitious and excelling in every way. But many still believe that asking for help along the journey is a sign of weakness, ignorance or incompetence, so they go it alone.
Author and podcaster Elayne Fluker believes this mindset is partially responsible for the increase in suicide rates for girls and women and the reason so many women end up depressed, overwhelmed, isolated and unfulfilled. Join Trey and Elayne as they discuss Elayne’s new book and give valuable tips on how women can get the support that they need in their lives. Fluker’s book offers women help, giving them a surefire strategy – and the confidence – to seek support. They’ll then be positioned to join other women’s support networks, uplifting them in a way that will transform both individual lives and communities.
In Partnership with the Toronto International Festival of Authors.
Pre-order your copy of Elayne’s book from A Different Booklist, a Toronto-based, independent bookstore specializing in books from the African and Caribbean diaspora.
Elayne Fluker is author of the new book Get Over “I Got It” (HarperCollins Leadership), where she encourages unapologetically ambitious women to learn how to embrace support not only for their success, but also their peace of mind. Elayne is also host of the Support is Sexy podcast featuring interviews with more than 500 diverse women entrepreneurs around the world, and she is founder of SiS.Academy – an online learning platform educating and empowering Black women entrepreneurs. Most recently Elayne was named a “Founder of Change” for SiS.Academy as part of the American Express “100 for 100” program featuring 100 innovative Black women entrepreneurs.
Trey Anthony is an award-winning writer, motivational speaker and relationship/life coach. She is the first Black woman in Canada to have a television series on a prime-time network. Her work includes the plays ‘da Kink in My Hair and How Black Mothers Say I Love You. Trey’s life purpose is to empower women to live their best damn lives! Her lastest book, Black Girl in Love (with Herself), was published by Hay House in 2021. She divides her time between Atlanta and Toronto. She is an adoption advocate and the proud momma bear to her son Kai. In her spare time, she enjoys laughing at herself and all her antics and eating cupcakes!