Hi. I’m Tiffany. I’m the founder of Tiffany Agnew Inspires Blog and Facebook community as well as The Braedon Foundation. I’m a motivator, speaker, blogger and mentor on a mission.
I love to learn, read and dance with my dogs and my husband in the kitchen although none of them shares my love for dancing. I’m obsessed with personal development and would choose a seminar over a concert any day. I’m always striving for growth and am determined to make a difference in the lives of those around me and those in my community both online and in the real world.
In May of 2018 I lost my 18-year-old son and I’m now I’m reminded how precious life is every single day. I’ve always felt compelled to inspire and encourage others. Now after losing Braedon so quickly I feel a true calling to connect with others, to share my message and to encourage all of you to truly live during your time here on earth. I don’t want to take for granted what was taken from him; the gift of time. I’ve committed to honoring him with my life. What does that mean? It means I will continuously do what it takes to become the best version of me.
We are capable of so much more than we think. It’s so easy to start working towards the life you’ve always wanted. We just have to believe in ourselves the same way we would believe in our best friend and tap into the amazing power and strength that we all have within. I’m here to inspire you to believe, to help you discover your power and to show you how to find strength even in the most devastating circumstances. Even when you think you can’t possibly go on. Even when you’ve experienced one of life’s greatest losses. You can do anything if you are willing to commit.
I am here to remind you to listen to those gentle nudges in your soul calling you, telling you to reach for more, to create change in your life, to use your voice and to follow your dreams. So, go all in. Believe in yourself; because when we have the courage to chase our dreams we inspire our friends and family to do the same. Before we know it, we’re not only impacting those closest to us, we are reaching our communities too and someday maybe even the world.
Thanks for being here,