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Rebecca Fralick is a chef and the owner of Mara’s Cafe based in Wisconsin. She’s a powerhouse business owner and is crystal clear about her values—she’s only interested in opportunities that deeply align with her intuition. Alongside her business endeavors, she’s also a mom, wife, and lover of plants, sunshine, good coffee, and tacos. Rebecca thinks in flavor profiles and makes decisions with the inner compass of integrity. She’s made it her mission for her insides to match her outsides—and it’s working. She’s only growing more unstoppable, the more she lives what she knows.
Throughout this conversation we discuss moving beyond fundamentalism, getting clear about your values, how her business outlived the fail-date she had in mind, the difference between hope that’s native and hope that’s handed, listening to your gut, and surviving domestic violence.
Despite the darkness Rebecca’s encountered in her past, the native and very real hope inside her is shining brighter than ever.
Full show notes and a downloadable are available at empoweredhumanacademy.com/51—and you can watch the conversation on YouTube here! And if you want to take an even deeper dive, we've also recorded a bonus episode (available only via Apple Podcasts) where we digest the conversation's themes and swap art recommendations—it's a lot of fun.
Keep the conversation going...
Table Question: What's a way that you're currently bringing your insides to match your outsides?
Journal Prompt: Is there something inside me that I haven’t fully brought to my external world yet?
Action Step: Find a way to weave in a sense of “play” into your work this week.
Follow Rebecca’s work on Instagram: @matenaercatering
Learn more about Rebecca’s work: matenaercatering.com
Notes from a Young Black Chef: A Memoir by Joshua David Stein and Kwame Onwuachi
The Art of Flavor: Practices and Principles for Creating Delicious Food by Daniel Patterson and Mandy Aftel
Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/
This is a production of Lightward, Inc.