Meet Moe Carrick
Meet the Muse: Moe Carrick ~ consultant, community leader, entrepreneur, mother, wife, friend, daring change-maker.
What two words best describe you?
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Connection with those I love and who love me
What is the trait you are most grateful for in yourself?
An open heart
What is the trait you most cherish in others?
What breaks your heart?
Today, the immigration crisis and lack of home for so very many, the havoc people cause on other people, and the earth’s carnage/global warming.
My hands. My vulnerability.
If you could inspire one change in yourself, what would it be?
More self-care and pacing
If you could inspire one change in the world, what would it be?
Where do you look for inspiration in your daily life?
People around me who strive every day to live fully. Nature.
What do you want to be remembered for?
Being a good mother, a trusted friend, and trying to help.
What is your motto?
Open your heart, quiet your mind, stay the course.
What organization/project are you currently working on?
My firm, Moementum, Inc. occupies a great deal of my time. Our mission is to help solve the world’s big problems through creating great leaders, resilient organizations, and connected partnerships. We believe in the power of business to drive goodness globally and locally.
People and their infinite ability to achieve the phenomenal.
Why does your work matter?
Business and organizations make the world go around, driving communities and economies in which everyone thrives. Leaders who care, who feel for others, who think about their impact, and do the right thing, hold the future in their hands.
What are the challenges you face with your work?
Relentless focus on profit alone blinds individuals, companies, and nations. We can do better.
What do you love most about your work?
I am inspired by men and especially by women who lead with their whole hearts. Working with them feeds my soul and humbles me on a daily basis.
How can we support your work?
Connections to women and men making a difference; providing an avenue to tell my story; feedback and support.
Because this is our “Back to School” Issue: Who are your greatest teachers?
For the past 22 years, my children, beyond a shadow of a doubt.
What has been your most difficult lesson?
Loss and fear.
Show up. Pay attention. The rest will follow.
What do you know to be true?
Empathy matters. Compassion counts. We are in this together.
What do you want other women and girls to know?
The way you lead and how you be is enough. Women’s gifts are what the world needs right now, more than ever.
Thank you for the inspiration. xo, muse
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