We all have dealt with them. Either through how others perceive us, or our own misconceptions of others. How we meet these attitudes and our reaction to the false beliefs can help shape the core foundation that molds us as adults. This is especially true in young women.
As an accomplished author, successful businesswoman and national pageant queen, Lisa Moser has had to deal head on with the misconceptions attached to pageantry, living life in the spotlight, and dreaming again as we get older. She shares about her battle with low self-esteem and body image issues throughout her life. It took intense work to become a confident woman.
She shares her aspiration to help women who face insecurities brought on by the media’s ideals of what we should look like as well as our own expectations. As a result, Lisa has opened her heart and provided an honest look into how she has overcome the misconceptions of her life.
Lisa shares how to win your own crowns through debunking these common misconceptions:
• Performance and perfection equals love and worth
• Outward physical appearance can bring you happiness
• Being healthy means eating salads
• I can’t do that, what will people think
• As we age, we lose the inspiration to create goals and dream
Through her stories and insights, Lisa shares her heart and provides a path to empowerment. She helps readers understand their self-worth while facing life head on. Best of all she demonstrates that you are never too old to chase your dreams.
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What People Are Saying
“I so enjoyed the book, it took me just a few hours to read it. I then walked right into my teenage daughter’s room and handed her the book! This book is great for all ages, as it is plainly written and told in a way to keep you involved by allowing your own story to come out. I could not be more excited about endorsing and sharing a book with my friends, colleagues, family and patients. It is so timely for the situation in our world, and it is something that could make a difference. Nice work, Lisa! I am already looking forward to reading your next one.”
Dr Warren Willey DO
“Miss Conception is exactly what you should read if you truly want to go after the life you want. The obstacles we face along the way — especially those we encounter internally — are ones we can tackle with the right mindset, attitude and confidence. Lisa Moser’s experience and real world advice will help you achieve the goals you’re after while respecting and overcoming the difficulties along the way. Don’t let them hold you back. Read this book.”
Best Selling Author of Vlog Like a Boss, Keynote Speaker and YouTuber
“When Lisa Moser reached out to me on Facebook saying she has been a fan of mine for years, I quickly discovered it’s me who is her biggest fan! I’m drawn to her risk taking and her extraordinary tenacity to educate the world about diabetes. Her honesty and authenticity resonates whether she is speaking, reading from her children’s book I Know Someone with Diabetes or the words she has delicately and beautifully placed together in her new release Miss Conception. I encourage you to join me in this fan-affair, this beauty is bound to inspire you!”
Celebrity Trainer, Author & Better Living Expert
“Miss Conception is a must read for those who have fears that hold them back, who feel the need to be perfect or who think others have a perfect life and view their own lives as less than perfect. Lisa’s raw transparency will help you to embrace your imperfectness and achieve what you want in life.”
National Speaker- Shazaam Communications
I really enjoyed this book. Most women I know struggle with comparing themselves with others. Lisa Moser gave practical tips about how to handle when you are your own worse critic. She is so real and talks about how she herself struggled with these things even though she has won beauty pageants and has done amazing things. This book was easy and fun to read and I walked away feeling so inspired. ~CT
You can’t judge a book by it’s cover” While the cliche is true, it does not apply in this case.
Miss Conception delivers beyond the glitz. While it looks all shiny and sparkly on the outside, what author Lisa Thompson Moser has shared on the inside is both raw and real. Lisa bravely shines the light on her past experiences in order to encourage her readers to find hope and drop the facade. I appreciate her behind the scenes look at what comparing ourselves, even so far as competing with one another truly looks like.
She gives credit where and to whom it is due during her journey. She encourages balance and staying positive while defining your own crowning achievements. I recommend Miss Conception to anyone who’s willing to be vulnerable in order to truly grow. ~Daphne V Smith
This book is a must read for every women… young or old. The author shares her amazing story of how she overcame the many self limiting beliefs that plagued her mind and body. She won awards and titles but still did not think she was beautiful! However, through many life changing events, Lisa began to emerge from her labels and pain that she or others gave her and now she sees herself through new eyes. Her passion is to help women break free from the misconception of what true beauty is. As you read this book and apply the 5 powerful steps to your life, you too will know that you are more than enough! ~Erica Marie
Women are under such tremendous pressure today — pressure to perform at work; pressure to maintain a tidy and organized home; pressure to raise perfectly-mannered, intelligent children; pressure to be a happy, supportive wife 24/7; and pressure to maintain the same slim figure from high school all the way through motherhood and beyond. Why? Because that’s how society tells women they should live. As a result, women often have misconceptions about who they really are and what their real purpose is in life. I have enjoyed watching Lisa Moser prepare her perfectly-titled book that encourages women to abandon the images of success society imposes upon them and look instead to their creator for true self-worth and confidence. ~Greg Gerber
We all know the feeling… We get caught up in everyone else’s expectations of us and the world’s definition of “enough” – good enough, pretty enough, smart enough, rich enough. Well enough already. Lisa Moser, in her brilliant work, Miss Conception, takes you through her life’s journey and shares the keys to feeling comfortable in your own skin being who you were designed to be. Everyone who has ever battled with self-esteem issues must read this book. Meet the real you, unaltered by society!
From the image on this book’s front cover – a beautiful crown – to its content that is both deeply personal and truly helpful, Miss Conception by Lisa Moser is a much needed book. In our current world where people often mistake attention (thank you, social media) for affirmations, Lisa provides five actionable things to help us truly know, believe in, and love ourselves.
I believe in the ripple effect. It is 100% likely that once someone acts and believes as Lisa counsels, the people in our circles will come to know us as we actually are, and not as we have pretended to be. ~Katie Harvie
I love that this book is written by a woman who knows what it feels like to be judged mostly on the physical. And I also love that she is vulnerable enough in her book to tell us that no matter how beautiful someone may be on the outside, they can still struggle with insecurities and feelings of not being good enough. Thank you, Lisa, for being brave enough to talk about this. We live in a society of trying to be better, prettier, smarter, more talented and we all have a struggle with accepting the way that God made us. This book is an engaging, easy read for any age woman, but especially for the young women YOU know who are judging themselves based on what they see on TV or in magazines. Purchase it for yourself, but purchase another one as a gift for the young girl God brings to your mind. ~MaryB
Fantastic read for all women in today’s society as we continue to be judged on our external appearances and performance. It is easy to allow others to shape who we are and what we believe about ourself. In her book, Lisa does a fantastic job of breaking down the stigmas of society into ways we can shift our own mindset and beliefs to healthy ways of thinking and living. ~Mary Riesberg
Such an inspiring read!! Words I definitely needed to hear! I can’t wait to tell all my friends to read it! ~ShellyZ