About the Book
Operation Growth is an upcoming book designed to turn your pain into opportunity and your challenges into growth. Brandi explores hilarious and sober accounts of how she has turned the darkest points in her life into triumph.
This is a must-read for young women leaders and the men who love them. You are not alone. Ready, set, GROW.
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Brandi R. Richard
Brandi R. Richard is the author of Operation Growth. Brandi Richard is a mother, innovator, entrepreneur, and advocate. Throughout her life stages, she used adversity to grow and develop into a new iteration of herself. She transitioned from preppy student leader, to young military wife, to hip vegan tree-hugger. From there she grew into a hard-working single mom with vision and purpose for herself and her daughter, showing no fear of the struggle she was facing. Through every challenge she continued to grow, becoming a hard-working entrepreneur with an established career and noted leader, with a brilliant daughter.
Hope This Helps: Motherhood has been my greatest leadership test. Until today, I don’t know that I recognized it as leadership. It was nurturing, supporting, providing, and praying. But when I see potential, ability and drive in others, sometimes I switch into...read more
This week has been the culmination of a couple of months of dealing with delays, confusion, and plans gone wrong in far too many aspects of my life. While I am confident it is all working for my good, it feels horrible. Moving to a new city is hard, but still not...read more
A couple of weeks ago, I gave my daughter a pep talk. Those talks she doesn't want to hear when I start talking, but she realizes make infinite sense by the end (I hope). I remember being on the receiving end of those conversations as a young person, so I think I...read more
Hope This Helps: Moving...Raise your hand if you hate it. I do. Aside from the welcome feeling of change and opportunity to create a new space, it is taxing. This time I was encouraged by friends and acquaintances to do it differently. Use points...read more