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Successexy: Redefining a working mom’s view of success and having it all


In between managing a project on deadline and convincing a child to eat his greens at dinner, the joy of work and parenthood get lost in the chaos and it seem like sexy is gone… forever. The Olympic athletes of parenthood experience the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in the race toward gold-medal work-life flow. Can we parents have it all?  It depends on “it.”

Couples Conundrum: Reimaging male-female roles in the family when society has other expectations


When your mom says, “He’s a man—he doesn’t see that.” or “She’s a woman—she shouldn’t do that,” do we let those frameworks dictate our path to success for family? Hear examples of everyday living in a contemporary house where “real” men do dishes and laundry and “real” women take down the outside Christmas decorations in sub-zero temperatures. Reimagine traditional family frameworks in a non-judgmental, positive environment.

Momspiration: Reinventing yourself and finding your personal purpose


The kids are growing and may need you less. What does that mean for you, your marriage and the next phase of your life? This is a major transformation! What do you do now?

Submit to Your Spouse: Reexamining the biblical context in a contemporary marriage and family

The verse in the bible about “submitting” to husbands leads to a number of hearty discussions. What is often overlooked in public discourse, however, is the verse a few lines down, Ephesians 5:25. It says, “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her.” How do we rectify the contemporary family in this broader context?

Judge Less, Parent More

The pressure of parenting perfection is real, and so natural we don’t even know we are doing it. Perfect parenting does not exist, yet adequate parenting does not seem okay. There is more than one way to do family; through dialogue we can learn that we are not alone and to support one another.

To book Kori as a speaker, call 402-884-5995
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Kori Reed is a relatable communicator and storyteller who values authenticity and demonstrates that in her raw, realistic, and reflective sense of humor about managing career and family. Whether speaking with a small group or to a large crowd, she draws from her experience to bring to life the often weird, wacky, and wonderful world of seeking balance while zagzigging through life. 

Presentations can be customized to your group, but Kori’s most popular topics include:

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