Meg Delagrange shares her definition of wild as simply as wearing pants. She grew up Amish in the state of New York. After being excommunicated, she joined her new husband at a military base in Japan where he promptly had an affair. She started over in Denver, Colorado as a single mother and became creative director of a website design company. She talks about breaking out of gray boxes, a miracle that allowed her to go to Uganda, what it’s like to model during fashion week, and her art which has shaped her life and her future, and much more! You can find her candid and very inspirational conversation on The Wild Side Podcast.
Meg and I met and bonded over hats at a WordPress Wordcamp in 2015.
Meet Meg Delagrange who calls herself a Coloring Spirit. She was born Amish surrounded by a gray world without color. But, nothing could keep the color locked up inside her. Instead, she broke out of the gray box to explore this big, colorful world. She is an internationally known artist whose artwork has colored places like Tokyo, Japan, Uganda, Africa, and across the United States. Meg is a successful entrepreneur, growing a business from 45 sales to over a million. She is a proud single mom and continues to break through barriers and limitations while defying social prejudices against single parents.
You won’t want to miss this exciting episode. Meg has such a positive outlook and shares wisdom beyond her years. She also talks about the miracle that enabled her to go to Uganda with her sister.
Meg colors her world with her positive attitude, energy, and her art!
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Other guests on the Wild Side include:
Episode 1 – Bloggers at the Blogger Bash in London give their definition of wild and an example of their wild life.
Episode 2 – 101-year-old Jim Cram is super inspirational in regaling us with his life story, which includes longevity advice.
Episode 3 – Health and Sexuality writer, August McLaughlin cracked me up when talking about some unusual dates and a filming a commercial. She talks about eating disorders and empowering women through her Girl Boner™ brand and Girl Boner Radio.
Episode 4 – Psychoanalyst and group therapist, Marc Azoulay takes us into the world of what it’s like to date after being addicted to drugs and alcohol. Not only does he recount his hilarious experience with group therapy in Los Angeles, but he also talks about how to build confidence which is very relatable for anyone who could use some advice.
Episode 5 – FBI profiler, Pete Klismet gives listeners the step-by-step process of becoming one of the country’s first profilers. He was in an elite group that helped the FBI in high-profile cases. He talks about one case that continues to haunt him where justice was not served, along with a few funny ones.
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Meg is sure to inspire you to embrace your wild side!
Do you have any questions for Meg? I do and would love to do a followup interview!
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