Get to know the CEO of I Am Enough Movement
Megan R. Fenyoe, LCSW:

Megan Fenyoe, Public Speaker and CEO of the I Am Enough MovementMegan R. Fenyoe is a Veteran, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Transformational Mindset Coach, Best Selling Author, Speaker|Trainer, Host of The Blonde Bombshell Podcast and founder of the I Am Enough Movement.  She is a contributing writer for Thrive Global as well as Badassery Magazine.

Megan is an Amazon Best Selling Author who recently published her book You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle To Strength.  Megan has been featured on SiriusXM Radio including the Jenny McCarthy show, TV/Radio Shows, multiple podcasts, as well as various magazines.

Being a Mental Health Therapist for the last 16 years Megan had to begin using the skills she has taught so many of her clients and begin working on believing she was enough. This took a lot of visualization work and even getting the words “I am enough” tattooed on her body. Megan began repeating this simple phrase day in and day out. She began truly believing she was enough.

This is when Megan began writing her book You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle To Strength which was published in August 2018, through this book she was able to become a best selling author and began visualizing how she wanted to make an impact in this world.

For Megan being enough is about knowing that at the end of the day all that matters is that we make a difference in this world. It is pulling up our bootstraps and trying again. Its crying when we need to cry and laughing when we need to laugh. It is learning to give yourself grace. Yes grace.

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Megan Fenyoe, Public Speaker and CEO of the I Am Enough Movement

Megan understands first hand how difficult it can be when life seems to be crumbling around you and how negative thoughts can control every area of your life. She knows how difficult it can be at times just to get out of bed in the morning – feeling lost, alone, confused, and scared – living a life without meaning and purpose.

Megan has gone through many struggles in life, from childhood to more recently being involved in a narcissistic abusive marriage which rocked her to her core.

In order to rise again, Megan had to learn how to acknowledge her negative distortions and negative views on life that were shaping and influencing her for so many years. She learned to be honest about her flaws and what areas of her life where she allowed herself to remain stuck.

Megan has successfully transformed every area of her life using her proven 5 Step System. Now she feels fully alive! She truly believes she is more than Enough.

Megan’s passion and purpose is to help you (1) build confidence, (2) find clarity in getting what you truly want in life, (3) get inspired to take action towards building the life of your dreams, and (4) ultimately, believe you are ENOUGH!

Megan Fenyoe, Public Speaker and CEO of the I Am Enough Movement

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Specialties, Awards and Nominations

  • Licensed Mental Health Therapist (LCSW) in Michigan since 2008 and California since 2015 specializing in Substance Abuse, PTSD, Chronic Pain and mindset. 
  • Commissioned into the Air Force as a 1st LT in March 2012
  • Promoted to Captain in December 2012 
  • Amazon Best Selling Author 
  • Founder of the international I Am Enough Movement  Non- Profit Organization 
  • Member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
  • Connected Women of Influence Women on the Rise Nominee, 2018 
  • Women of Influencer award from Elevate Women’s Group, 2018  
  • Red Diamond Award Winner, CW Events, 2019
  • Life Time Achievement Award Winner, All Women Rock Event, 2019 
  • Online Super Hero Award Nominee, EZWay Events, 2019 
  • Beverly Jean Charles Award, Women of Achievement Event, 2019
  • Global mental Health Awareness and Advocacy Award, Women of Achievement, 2019
  • Runner up Ms. US Women of Achievement, 2019 
  • Ms. San Diego Women of Achievement, 2019