Libby Moore is an international speaker, executive coach, consultant and founder of LoveX Global. Prior to this, Libby was Chief of Staff and Executive Assistant to Oprah Winfrey.
Libby shares a bit of her life story, including the behind-the-scenes story of how she ended up working with Oprah. Libby’s energy and curiosity was so contagious she had me talking about parts of my story I’d forgotten about.
We talk about the dehumanizing interactions assistants can experience, especially when working with high-profile executives. We also talk about self-confidence, and treating people with dignity no matter their title.
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I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
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Libby Moore is an international speaker, executive coach, consultant and founder of LoveX Global. She is passionate about helping individuals and companies align with their higher self for a higher purpose.
Prior to this, Libby was chief of staff, EA to Oprah Winfrey, an executive assistant to Jann Wenner, publisher of Rolling Stone, and a personal assistant to Maury Povich. She spends her time in Vancouver, New York City and Cape Town.
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