KAMRYN ADAMS is a screenwriter, author, blogger, businesswoman, and coach. Along with hosting the podcast, her books, articles, and media content align with her mission to help people live satisfying and purposeful lives that honor God. As a conference speaker, she has been called “witty” and “refreshingly honest” while inspiring audiences to achieve success without compromising their values.
I don’t run like someone running in circles and I don’t fight like a boxer fighting shadows.Me, quoting Paul in 1 Corinthians 9:26
In Her Own Words…
I live in Metropolitan New York, but I was born and raised in Appalachia. I’m a down home country girl who loves being in the city doing the absolute most to live out my purpose. I’ve lived in seven states across the US from California to Connecticut and traveled extensively around the world. I studied chemistry, pharmacy, and marketing—all because that’s what was expected of me. I spent over a decade at a fortune 50 company and then tried my hand at a fast-paced, boiler room private-equity firm. Both were amazing experiences full of incredible people, but it just wasn’t for me. I felt like there was something more.
After being a very successful global executive, I packed up all my plaques, trophies, and awards and I took the leap to run my own company. In 2008, I created The Kamryn Adams Company specializing in personal development and lifestyle content for people of faith.
Since then, I’ve written six books and coached over a thousand clients. I’ve created products and services to help people find happiness and self-love while staying true to their values and beliefs. I’ve learned that you don’t have to compromise your faith to be successful. You can be exactly who God created you to be and find tremendous success and satisfaction.
I can unapologetically say that I absolutely love this version of me and I want to help you become the most powerful, purpose-filled version of yourself. I want you to truly love yourself, too. Don’t worry about the broken places. You don’t need to be fixed to get whole. Just figure out a way to shine your light through the cracks.