Today’s episode is with Nylsa Shivers, owner of Wholehearted Goods Co. and the proud distributor of Erin’s Faces products in Texas! After a successful career as an account executive at Clinique, Nylsa started her own clean beauty business and is also raising five beautiful children.
Nylsa talks about her Mexican-Peruvian ethnic background, what her childhood was like as the child of struggling parents, how being raised in a low-income family affected her relationship with money and food, and the hard truth behind her drive to be the best at everything she did. But, after making her way out of emotional incest and a dysfunctional home environment, she suffered from low-self esteem and found her worth in her work. Nylsa shares how God's grace ended up saving her from a performance-driven life and mindset and when she finally discovered that her value as a human being was about who she was, not what she achieved. Joining in, listeners will also hear her talk about fostering and adoption, racial bias, and how she learned to love other people, regardless of where they are at.
Our email today (43:40) is all about the difference between tinted moisturizer and foundation. While there are pros and cons to both, Erin explains that it comes down to what works best for you. For tips on getting a dewy versus a matte finish, be sure to tune in!
Call Outs from the Episode:
- Berkey Filters
- Emotional Incest
- Erin’s Faces Mineral Sheer Tint
- Erin's Faces Mineral Foundation
“My need to perform was extremely high because, if I did not perform and was the best, then is my consequence going to be the abuse they are receiving?” — @Nylsashivers [0:16:57]
“Educating people is what is making a difference in changing behaviors.” — @Nylsashivers [0:17:18]
“Home environment can make all the difference in a child’s life.” — @Nylsashivers [0:22:44]
“I didn’t show grace as much as I wish I had. I was on a path that I was going to do whatever it took, and then I went through a divorce.” — @Nylsashivers [0:29:44]
“I came to a place of loving people where they are, taking care of myself and others, and thinking outside of just me. My self-worth was not in what I did but in who I am.” — @Nylsashivers [0:30:29]
Come have fun with us!