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What does a purse say about someone? If you consider not only the choice of style but also the stories behind the items inside, well, I would say a purse has a lot to offer about who someone is.

We have a treasure hunter here at Creative Warriors, yet not in the typical sense. Danielle Watson is an anthropologist and the creator of The Purse Process™. Instead of digging around in the dirt for treasures left behind by lost civilizations, Danielle uses her training and powers in an innovative and more “girly” way. Digging around in purses.

I had a blast discussing at length the four pursonality types, which were both insightful and humorous! Dumpster Debbie, Vanishing Veronica, Absent Abigail, and Perfect Priscilla. As with all personality type work, there are hidden gems that come to the surface and allow you to make a change, or at minimum have a heightened awareness of these characteristics.   

Danielle is the most fashionable interpreter of culture on the planet today and the world’s foremost expert on revealing the hidden-in-plain-sight reason your desires may be eluding you. I’ll also add that Danielle offers some wonderful and enriching observations from a fresh perspective.

I’m fairly certain that a purse or lack of one will ever look the same again!

Highlights ~

  • How to stand out – thoughts on juxtaposition
  • The 4 Pursonality types and what they reveal
  • 3 common discoveries that are cause for reflection
  • Vulnerability and courage

Resources ~

Offers and Gratitude ~

Danielle is offering a free copy of The Purse Process Pursonality Profiles. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Danielle’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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