Brag isn't a dirty word
around here.
🤸‍♀️


T
his is for those who struggle with or need help finding, feeling, acknowledging, and expressing their amazing abilities, qualities, and accomplishments.

In other words, it’s for the 99.99999 percent of us who feel uncomfortable talking about ourselves.

(Sound familiar?). Keep reading.

I'm Meredith Fineman. ✌️

Best-selling author, speaker, entrepreneur, writer, podcast host, and advocate for women.

I'm the author of Brag Better™: Master the Art of Fearless Self-Promotion, an Amazon and Porchlight Nonfiction Bestseller published by Penguin Random House Portfolio.

I help "The Qualified Quiet" – highly-competent individuals who are underestimated because they lack the strategy for self-promotion – learn to get loud, proud, and strategic about sharing their skills and accomplishments with the world.

The good news is: it's never too early or too late to start bragging. 💅


Bragging has nothing to do with pretending – to yourself or others – that you’re more qualified or confident than you are. Bragging better is about shining a light on the work you've done, having confidence in yourself and your voice, and speaking up – not just for yourself, but to raise all voices.

 

Because when you grab the microphone, you help show others how it's done.

 

Let's raise your visibility – and
your voice.
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I work with people to get the word out about their work, including talks and trainings, writing, and the Brag Better Bootcamp.

Talks + Trainings

I speak and train on bragging better to corporations, brands, and universities like Google, Intel, Capital One, Levi Strauss, Stanford, and many more.

Book a Talk

Brag Better the book – now available!

My best-selling book has been featured in outlets from The New York Times to FastCompany and more.

Buy the Book

Brag Better Bootcamps

Go from underestimated to acknowledged, appreciated, and celebrated. The next round starts January 2022.

Learn More

✉️ Get the Brag Rag. ✉️

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