Jennifer has spoken around the U.S., Canada and Europe, written a national magazine column for a Martha Stewart magazine, been profiled or quoted in dozens of major magazines, and appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows, even on Oprah. Jennifer has been teaching retreats and leading workshops since 1992, and creating vibrant on-line communities and innovative learning experiences since 2000. She married her second husband at 50, and is the very proud mom of Lillian and very proud bonus mom to Aidan.
My Top 5
Originality shouldn’t be the only value in the creative world. It’s right and honorable to stand on the shoulders of those who came before.
Easy ways to bring more happiness, love, and service into your everyday life.
We ask ourselves questions all the time, the key is to ask them the right way. Check out this audio teaching to learn how to remove negativity from the questions in your life.
While the masculine “Hero’s Journey” has become a major part of Western culture, the feminine “Shero’s Journey” has been largely ignored. Here are 12 simple ways to start your journey now!
Six reasons to heed the call and begin your journey.
My Top Products
Yes, you can (and should) hire coaches, join groups lead by sages in your field, make time for retreats. But you also must have a peer group, a give-and-receive community, a united-for-each-other tribe. Starting this group is a huge step towards individual success, and I'd be happy to show you how!
Crave a personal or business retreat but have no budget or time to travel? Jen Louden wrote the book on retreats (she even sat on Oprah's couch to talk about it) and has a virtual retreat (in a digital box) designed for deep unwinding, creative renewal, and learning.
Join host Jen Louden and over 20 Sheros in practical, intimate and mystical conversations exploring how to fully and joyfully express your gifts in service to the world!
There's a part of you that's never satisfied. This is the part that says, “Accomplish more, do it faster, to it better, do more, learn this, no learn that, why aren’t you as good as so-and-so?!” Let’s give your heart a way to know what “enough” is, and keep the Hounds at bay.