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Brunch Event with Sheri Salata

You are invited to brunch with Author Sheri Salata on Sunday, August 25th, in Sacramento, at a private home.

The Beautiful NO

She had manifested the career of her dreams, but not the life of her dreams.  Now what?

For 20 years, Sheri Salata gave her undivided focus to her dream job at The Oprah Winfrey Show, Harpo Studios and the OWN network. She had access to the most influential, prolific teachers and wisdom keepers of our time, helped millions transform their own lives, and shaped some of the most memorable and moving stories on television. But at fifty-six, she found herself ready and willing to rewrite the story of her own life. 


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THE BEAUTIFUL NO: And Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence, and Transformation is Salata’s humorous, touching, thought-provoking and inspiring story of how she finally decided to “produce” her own life transformation and how readers can, too.


Launching her middle of life reinvention, Salata realized that much of the cultural messaging for woman in their fifties and beyond was about “winding down the party.” She writes: “In our culture, once women hit fifty-four nobody cares what we think. The media industry stops tracking our opinions, viewing habits, our spending. At fifty-five I ran a television network that, from a demographic perspective, could not have cared less about me.” Salata shares how it takes courage for women in the middle of life to revision their lives rather than continue down a well-worn path. Having the courage to step out and think up new possibilities having lived through decades is very different from the wide-eyed hoping of a kid who wants to someday become someone. On top of that, she says, “many of us are steeped in generational beliefs that will challenge the idea that we are even supposed to make the rest of our dreams come true.”


After a deep and thorough reckoning, Salata embarked on a year of committed radical self-care. She outlined the areas of her life where she would begin to make new dreams come true. Body, Health, Spirituality,Relationships, Romance & Sex, and new professional dream to chart her own course as the cofounder of a media company with her BFF and podcast cohost, Nancy Hala. Step one was establishing the foundational premise that being selfish is not even in the same universe as narcissism. Acknowledging and cultivating your own well-being must come first—it’s the very best offering you can give the people in your life, your community, the world. Salata acknowledges that the recipe will look different for each person and life can present challenges--maybe the kids are still at home, parents are depending on you, you’re burdened by debt--but your own quest begins right where YOU are and it’s never too late to rewrite the story of your life.


“For years, Sheri Salata used her magical powers, work ethic, and generous spirit to make other people’s lives better.  But finally she had to learn how to turn that magic inward, in order to master the ultimate challenge of improving, rescuing and loving herself. Being the generous soul she is, she took notes along the way. THE BEAUTIFUL NO is a road map for transformation — an honest, funny, and soulful look at what it really means to take stewardship over your own existence. This book will bring help and hope to so many people.”
   — Elizabeth Gilbert, New York Times bestselling author


Sheri Salata’s journey to a life of extraordinary success ultimately triggered a transformation to wholeness and healing. We can all learn from her riveting story that joy, love and self-compassion are the true goals of human existence. Read this book, The Beautiful No, and be inspired to embark on your own journey of emotional and spiritual fulfillment.”

—Deepak Chopra, New York Times bestselling author

If you’ve been aching for more joy, craving deeper meaning, and daydreaming about following your soul whispers (or roars!)––you must read this book! Sheri Salata has created a roadmap and a permission slip for us all. Through her hilarious insights and masterful wisdom, we get an inside view of the magic that happens when we say yes to our lives. This book inspires me to love harder, live bolder and just frickin’ go for it. It will do the same for you, too.

 Kris Carr, NYT Bestselling Author, Cancer Thriver and Wellness Activist

Sheri Salata is a writer/producer, cofounder of the inspirational lifestyle brand, The Pillar Life and cohost of the podcast The Sheri + Nancy Show. Her current ventures are the evolution of her 20-year career with Oprah Winfrey. Her action-packed days as Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show were chronicled in the acclaimed docuseries Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes. Sheri also served as Co-President of Harpo Studios and OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network. She has been named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 and the 2017 Feminist Press Power Award winners.  Sheri’s first book, The Beautiful No and Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence and Transformation, published by Harper Wave, an imprint of Harper Collins, debuts June 2019.

All tickets include a signed copy of Sheri's Book, The Beautiful NO,
plus dinner and Sheri's interactive  presentation.

Itinerary,  August 25, 2019

12:00 - 12:30 pm

Arrive and Meet Sheri

12:30 - 1:15 pm    

Delicious Organic Brunch


1:15 - 2:30 pm     

Presentation Including  Q & A

2:30 - 2:45 pm

Get your copy of  The Beautiful NO  personally autographed


$100 per person.  Space limited to 35 women.  Reserve now! 

Email to make your reservation!

This event is being held at a private home in the Sacramento area.

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