The Bev Moore Show , March 3, 2023
The Bev Moore Show with guest Camille Schrier, Miss America 2020
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Miss America, 2020
Camille Schrier grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, eventually moving to Virginia to complete dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biochemistry and Systems Biology with honors from Virginia Tech. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University.
A science lover for life, in June 2019 Camille was selected as Miss Virginia after breaking from tradition to perform a highly engaging, entertaining and educational science demonstration, the “catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide” for the onstage talent competition. Her unique performance put a laser focus on women in STEM and sparked an enormous positive reaction, leading to a personal protective equipment sponsorship and a new STEM scholarship from an American chemical company. Camille traveled throughout Virginia inspiring thousands of students and became a sought-after keynote speaker in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
A national and international viral sensation, her story reached millions through The Today Show, Talk Stoop, CNN, BBC, The Kelly Clarkson Show, CBS This Morning, Inside Edition, The Weather Channel, Southern Living, Canada’s CTV, Germany’s RTL, and many more.
A certified Naloxone trainer and future Doctor of Pharmacy, Schrier utilizes her platform to advocate for promote her social impact initiative, Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics, with a strong focus on combating the opioid epidemic.
On December 19, 2019 competing live on NBC, Camille was named Miss America 2020, distinguishing her in the 100 year history of the organization as the only woman to ever win the job with the help of science. She further carved her legacy as the first Miss America to speak in the United Nations General Assembly. The only Miss America to ever face the challenge of serving her role through a pandemic and be fully grounded for an extended period, Camille travelled the country both physically and virtually advocating not only for her social impact initiative, Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics, with a strong focus on combating the opioid epidemic, but also for the advancement of STEM education. Flexible, adaptable, creative, and resilient, she educated and advocated around substance use disorders and decreasing stigma, collaborated with the DEA & CDC for medication safety initiatives, and brought science to thousands of students, imprinting for young women that “if I can see it, I can be it” while normalizing for young men the image of powerful females in science roles. Facing the pandemic with a pioneering mindset, Camille created an at home studio which became the base for projects like “Cooking up Science with Miss America” with PBS VPM which she wrote, filmed and produced, and the “Mind Your Meds with Miss America” webinar series with Advanced Recovery Systems, as well as numerous keynote addresses, and appearances for STEM, pharmacy, and business conferences.
As the first “virtual Miss America” she connected with key experts in the areas of opioids and STEM, as well as directly into science classrooms across the country reaching thousands of children, and used her platform and voice to continue to raise awareness of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a genetic connective tissue disorder with which she was diagnosed at age 11. Innovative and entrepreneurial, in 2021 she launched of her own science educational brand, Her Royal Scientist, to continue to spread her message that “science is all around us” by exciting young minds about STEM, with emphasis on reaching underserved communities and normalizing femininity in the STEM world.
An avid outdoorswoman with a passion for all living creatures, she loves fishing, hiking, and walking her canine companion. She considers herself a foodie with an innate hunger for “experimenting” in her own kitchen since she was a young girl, and a craving to never miss an opportunity to experience local cuisine wherever he
As a Doctor of Pharmacy student and the first woman to win Miss America using a science demonstration as her talent, I am committed to showing the world that science is all around us. travels may take her.
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hello welcome to the BevMo Show streaming on the network and / 185 broadcast station in 37 countries on your heads Bev Moore in celebration of women's History Month today is the winner of the 2020 Miss America Pageant and she also won the crown as Miss Virginia in 2019<br> the New Trier is my guess is known as the highest fever breaking barriers and outstanding categories including science<br> coming up Miss America 2020 shares behind-the-scenes preparation on what it takes to win one of the most prestigious Crown in the world<br> hotter than a fantasy<br> dealing with a patch of fur Moschino chic<br> look like a girl machine<br> don't play chicken burn your eyes<br>she's just a girl and she's on fire<br> my interview with beauty pageant Queen Camille schrier is coming up during women's history month is a great example of Beauty Plus brain gets closer to the professional title as dr. Camille schrier<br> we are strong we are resilient and we will get through this together but these are stressful times and it's important to also practice good self-care it's normal to feel overwhelmed anxious or afraid but there is hope reach out to someone connect with your friends stay in touch with your community and know that you are not alone learn more at we are broadcasters. Com Hope Furnace by the National Association of broadcasters and this station I would like to welcome Camille schrier Miss Virginia in June of 2019 and then with America in December 2019 live on NBC<br> welcome to the show Camille<br> hi Beth thank you so much for having me on<br> don't talk a little bit about how you blew up the stage the talent competition with your the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen hydrogen peroxide who won Miss Virginia in June of nineteen and then Miss America in December of 1919 BC you know I need that intrigued me that whole concept the way that the way you did that so I just want you to come chill for a bit about it<br> turn the different listening to you aren't familiar with Miss America there's a talent portion of the competition at every level so that Miss America at your Miss State and at your local County or whatever she might be competing for and I never really found myself ever competing for Miss America but I never told myself that Miss America because I did not have a performing talent in what I saw as a Miss America level Talent most of the women really sing dance play an instrument maybe do a baton routine or something like that really quit them you'll see monologues here and there but they're less popular and that wasn't always true many many years ago has been around for over a hundred years now in the earlier days of women showed a lot of different talents like there's woman attacked the suitcase<br> the woman who brought her horse on stage and that's one of the reasons why you can't have live animals now at the show it was like that rule that was written in after that happened but very you know limited variety of talents but there's no reason you can't do more so the point is I was interested in the program to be more inclusive to be more body positive left focused on personal appearance they got rid of the swimsuit competition and as someone who would love science forever I was trying to figure out something I could do to was entertaining but also true to who I wasn't and showed some piece of who I am just like if I were a longtime lifetime dancer or performer instrumentalist that they do the same and so I found this concept of science<br> this wasn't something I was previously really familiar with but now I have kind of adopted and it's part of who I am and what I do think the demonstration I chose which you said if the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide can be really familiar but it was something that I could buy a really large and a basic science Concepts in a 90-second time frame you have ninety seconds to demonstrate that Talent performance on stage so wish I could make it a gigantic if I was in a huge Arena or very small if I was in a conference room and didn't matter where I was<br> and I was able to describe that science and talk about the importance of science my passion for that subject on stage while I performed it and I was very aware when I did it but I was taking a risk I'm also not the first person to ever do it and it's Vermont in 2015-16 Camry one is you know what title to their opinion but I wanted to stay true to who I was and I'm glad that I competed with that talent and did it the way that I wanted to because it opened up appearances that I got you do that we're science-related opportunities with kids professional opportunities that help me today<br> can you to do I know I actually have continued increases my own science brand for for kids do the surrounding the science princess it's a kind of change that concept is when you think about someone who is a professional and a science field and really changing that and showing more representation of women and minorities in that in that profession you are currently pursuing a doctor of Pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond<br> we all know that that is like an 8 year of college study to earn a pharmd and then before that you complete a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and systems biology with honors at Virginia Tech in 2018<br> so I guess my biggest question to you is what made you decide to pursue this career path<br> sure I really understand fessional student now I think you were spot-on it's a long time. To study for these degrees and it's going to take me about 9 years combined between undergrad and my graduate program to complete my Pharmacy and I'll be done in 2024 so I am really looking forward to that originally did not think I was going to go to graduate school I was pursuing biochemistry and systems biology for undergrad and I just didn't feel like graduate school was the right place for me because I wasn't and while I was in my undergraduate education I had opportunities to intern with several companies and I landed at a pharmaceutical company in New Jersey<br> and I actually was working in a business unit that focused a lot on generic drugs and being loving biology and chemistry the concept of medicine was really intriguing to me but again I didn't see myself at the doctor or nurse and I never even considered the past of Pharmacy because I really saw this limited perspective of what pharmacy looks like so like working in a retail pharmacy just dispensing medications all day long I didn't know that pharmacists could do more than that and I actually was working under a doctor's Pharmacy who is leading the business unit that I was injured again and I saw how that degree open come up to so many different opportunities<br> professionally within the company that we were working in and I really was encouraged and intrigued by this concept of Pharmacy and what it really was which is being a drug expert being the medication expert for patients for providers and sometimes for researchers and I was excited about that I felt like it was a great fit for my skills and what I wanted to do with my life and so in my last few years of college I decided to gear up and apply to pharmacy school and I am now almost done which is really incredible to think about but I did take two of those years away so it will take me a little bit longer to finish my degree but those two years were spent as Miss Virginia in Miss America so I gained different type of different type of education during that time and I'm very grateful for that<br> yeah that's like the ocean yeah the voices in your head you don't really know how you are<br> always in motion, you don't need to win me over you don't need to dress it up<br> no no<br> I mean I know you're scared<br> Subaru.<br>I don't want<br> you don't like it when I see you<br>stop.<br>this is the best more show live streaming on the iHeart Network / 185 broadcast stations in 37 countries around the world and has more<br> interview with Camille schrier continues after the break<br> low income can be making tough choices choosing between paying for food or medication or place to live is a reality for many people do you know someone who could use some extra help find out about the supplemental security income program SSI administered by Social Security you could receive monthly SSI payments if your income and financial resources are low and you are 65 or older or an adult or child with a disability or who is blind SSI is money you can use to help pay for basic needs like putting food on the table keeping the lights on paying the rent it can mean new shoes for growing feet or help with medical needs call one 800-772-1213 or visit ssa.gov that's fine just schedule an appointment for start to apply today that's ssa.gov SSI this message for my Social Security and US taxpayer expense<br> what happened<br> when you want the crown of Miss America tell the audience of the listeners what happens after that<br> oh gosh what we need when the TV goes off the job is really just starting and that's the really interesting part about being Miss Americas you only really ever see that first few seconds of that girl's time and then her work starts right at the cameras go off I remember going in that competition and realizing oh my gosh I'm so tired if I win I'm not even going to be able to go to sleep tonight and that was really accurate because they took me and mediately do I got to change I exchanged into a red suit that they gave me a variety things to pay attention to a red tuxedo because I wanted to get out of my evening gown and I wanted to change my shoes and then I went to a press conference about an hour like a aggressive questions from reporters some that were like oh yeah<br> not happy about her didn't like about the competition or the organization so you get from right into the heat of it and I'm like wow happy first day on the job go to an after-party that hosted by the organization where all the candidates are say hi to them and then I believe I went from there up to I got a celebratory Suite in the hotel and that the tradition where before you go to competition you have to have pre-select if you were to win the 25 people that you would want to have in this like celebratory sweet and I get to go up to the suite and<br> c25 of my closest friends and family and everyone is like oh my gosh I can't believe this just happened so you know the competition also ended up like 10 p.m. to this is starting at 10 p.m. for the but by the time you get up there you get to see everyone say hi to everyone take your pictures it's 2 in the morning and I had I had a car waiting at 4 a.m. to go to New York City going to be on the Today Show the next morning and I did not sleep in the funniest thing is I wish I hadn't had the same makeup on Today Show in my entire media day in New York that I did when I won because I had no time to even take off my makeup to go to sleep so I just took a little nap and I do like a good morning Manhattan or one of the New York local morning shows I run around New York City until the evening like an entire day and by the end of the day I am so tired<br> I look at some of the images of myself and I'm like oh my gosh I look like I'm struggling because I was well so I'm like trying to fight through no sleep and being sick and I just it's one of those things where you look back in your like I can't believe I did that but I'm not sure if I want to go through the entire evening again just because I was that tired but it is one of those things that you know it's a once-in-a-lifetime thing and it's a funny story to look back on but it is I say that because it is not it's not a joke like it is not some kind of like oh the princess is here we're going to like take her on a little magical ride and this is going to be really fun and easy all the time it's it's a lot it's a real job it is<br> I can be really demanding enough kind of a process to what the year looks like because that that's not an easy here and supposed to be and I think that if you are tired it means that you're doing something right because you're doing you're doing you're doing the work you're doing valuable thing I wouldn't have wanted to just you know sit around and be pampered for 12 months which turned into two years that that's an entire Tire different conversation but it is really exciting exciting night it's something I can't even believe the videos of that evening because I have like faradic memories because it was such a blur and I'm sure my family also couldn't imagine that it happened either but they were very excited<br> you know I'm surprised I didn't have hair and makeup following you everywhere and keeping you free stuff you know you didn't have that right we did not have we actually we had to do our own hair and makeup for the competition and that's something I think a lot of people don't know and I don't know how long that's been true for so let me say it that way but for many years the girls were a 10 Mi you're included we had to do our own hair and makeup for the entire competition or some year that was just for that final night you had to do your own hair and makeup and that's surprising because you're on national television and you would think that they would be hair and makeup I'm not sure what the reasoning for that is but I'll tell you<br> I feel a lot of value in that because I would say in my year as Miss America I probably got my hair and makeup done she works 3 times throughout that here in total it was I did not know how to do my own hair and makeup and make myself look like Miss America on my own you would have taken me off stage and then sent me out as Miss America you Billy Price she looks so different because I would have known how to put myself together still having those skills was really valuable to me than when I was doing the job and a lot of them has forced them to learn how to do it and that's us as a woman and specifically with hair and makeup and speaking from the concept of being a woman really no matter who you are knowing how to dress yourself appropriately and put yourself together in that way and and look the part is a really important skill to have<br> Sandpoint and I'm glad that I got that type of you know knowledge through pretty quickly now I must I'm speed rounds on my hair and makeup and getting myself ready for things<br> oh that's good cuz they're a lot of women that you don't even know where to start so yeah that's a vibe that is a valuable skill going to do hair and makeup I can do it all. I have a lot of variety<br> while competing for the job you wanted it known that Miss America can be scientist and a scientist can be Miss America what was their marketing strategy for that<br> I wanted to be seen as someone who was different in the competition and not that not that there was anything wrong with everyone else that was there but very much distinguish myself as the science girl for a lot of recent Miss America with very actively moving toward being a professional development a women's empowerment organization it was going away from the concept of beauty pageant and going more toward left the really incredible powerful women in the workplace and in business or in the home whatever you want to do as a woman being able to do that at the highest level for me I knew that my passion was my academics my professional goals and to putting that at the Forefront was important to me and it's interesting because<br> doctors in veterinarians in different have different STEM related careers with a highlighted and they always were just kind of a beauty queen and I'm again I'm not saying nothing wrong with that but for me I wanted to be the one who was known for something else you know that the world could see this very feminine traditionally feminine figure of that was often very superficial that that person could have this deep academic background like being a scientist<br> I need to open up that. Conversation for people that maybe never paid attention to Miss America or never saw themselves as a person that could compete for Miss America it's a scholarship program I think many people who are pursuing stem degrees are looking for scholarship opportunity and then did they ever really identify with a Miss America because they didn't feel like that was the kind of person they were I lovingly consider myself a nerd I am a person that you know loves to do things with studying and I left in my life I'm not the way I can be glamorous but I'm not the world's most glamorous person especially in my day-to-day life<br> and I think that's more of what I seen most women today being like and so I wanted to open doors to different people who may have not seen them self as someone that could be Miss America I want I wanted everybody to feel like they could be Miss America when I met them wanted to be a scientist if they wanted to do something else I didn't want my role to feel exclusive I wanted to encourage every person to feel like she can do my job and then I was just like her and said that rhyme with the way that I approached going into the competition and really the way that I executed the role I went through that being the science girl but also the one who I was hoping I could make you feel like you could be with Merica to<br> I think it's fabulous are there cuz they're seven<br> I will tell you one of the funniest things that would happen to me when I would go out and specially in the very beginning right after the broadcast was it people would act like they would see me in the crown and say are you the science girl and that was really special to me because I felt like I had done what I wanted to do I somehow it that is not in her mind a crown with Oru the science girl that happened to me when I was in the Rose Parade which was like a few days after I won I went right to California to do the Rose Parade on New Year's Eve New Year's Day and people believe that they have Associated this now and that was so deeply satisfying and obviously every Miss America has their own kind of thing that they're known for but I was grateful to know that I have been successful in and being the science girl<br> oh wow I mean everybody wants to be known for their brains you know we are judged on their appearance every day no matter you know if it's not in indirectly we're constantly judged for what we look like even if people are even trying to it's a subconscious think sunshine and so could be in a place where I could be known for something that was not my appearance to have other things be just as important or more important than what I look like I think was exciting for me and a really great step for women in general<br> Dennis Cape Disappointment for the delay but I don't have to make feeling down and defeated the place that I Stay<br> Verizon the moment<br>editor<br> I love you baby<br>pictures of wolves<br> there are My Bae<br> what was that<br>this is the best more show live streaming on the iHeart Network / 185 broadcast stations in 37 countries around the world no matter who we are or where we come from we all experienced difficulties in life termination to make it through physical challenges or struggles in the inside it takes strength to ask for help when you need it help and hear stories of strength and recovery at make the connection. Net<br> I think your time as Miss America and Beyond you have focused on advocating for your social initiative mind your meds drug safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to geriatrics with a major focus on the opioid epidemic<br> that really fascinates me because you know the Pediatric oversupply problem has always been something that we need to challenge and you know where this we have basically needs to be met where we don't have as much in geriatrics for the elderly<br> and so I know that's where you're coming from and I know that's why you're you have that initiative to me I just want to ask your opinion on that see how you felt<br> yeah I know it does so many complex problems within pediatric medicine geriatric medicine but I think something that is a thread between all of the different age groups is the fact that the medication that we can take to help us can also hurt us and understanding that as a concept through is part of why I wanted to talk about this because from prescription medications to over-the-counter medication it's important to know you know even if it won't hurt you know someone else it could hurt you and like how how it or is it possible for us to protect ourselves and my career path I think medicines are wonderful their great tools they help people so much but there is a perception that they are just inherently going to fix the problem and not necessarily cause MS<br> What over the counter medication and so has opened discussions with people about you no real risks about keeping yourself safe I want to empower people with knowledge I'm not here to tell people to take a medication or not to I'm not you know specifically providing advice about disease States but you're talkin about tools that we can use to protect yourself and to protect the people around us and that also will come into substance abuse disorders protecting ourselves from potentially and getting into a situation where we are dependent on a medication that we were taking or understanding would not risk is there if we have people in our life who are prone to misuse substances how can we how can we prevent<br> interesting to me as I continue to work with this program how many more nuanced as I find out about you know medications and safety and substance use disorders in the country to talk about and it is such a needed conversation with all ages and that you're interacting with people from all age categories and that's one of the special Parts about being with America and so I wanted my topic of choice to not only be something I was passionate about but would be relevant to everybody that I'm fat and that was very true about what I worked on and so that's just part of how this started but it's something I continue to do and I do a lot of work now primarily with what you mentioned with the substance use disorder epidemic specifically with opioids and it's unfortunate because the problem is growing<br> instead of shrinking and there's lots of ways that we can address that that it's a it's a far it's a far more difficult situation than than any of us can do on around<br> exactly exactly as I just filled it it's a it's a growing National concern you know with the oversupply of Pediatricians wear and then the undersupply of geriatrician but they have how you pronounce it shift and you know and work with work with the the elderly we it just is to me is a scale is just off balance the pharmacist yet so I'm not interacting with as many providers as I am with a patient and I'll keep an eye out for<br> obviously we have a growing geriatric population and said they need to be careful with the medication management which is very something that I've already experienced that I'm able to help absolutely<br> in 2021 you lost your own science educational brand for Royal scientist<br> which furthers your goal to inspire and educate you and normalized females and science roll<br> would you like to talk about that sure obviously got to be a science girl as I spoke about and I realize that a lot of the young people that I interacted with lots of different types of princesses and so why not and it's not even focused for women my my her royal scientist program which has a little science character that goes along with it that wears the crown<br> is focused on inspiring young people in normalizing this concept of having a woman at scientists to her being the science princess and I'm able to engage with with young ones and bring that excitement of of them to them and share with them the reasons why I wanted to go into a science field and hopefully teach them something very similar to what I was already doing and this gives me the opportunity to continue a lot of the work that I started before and I've collaborated with a science center in Ohio called kosai which is the number one Science Center in the country and we've created the whole royal scientists science kit<br> and has 67 stations in it it's said you are LED through it with this science character and it stank you wear a crown it's really exciting especially for young women to have a science kit that makes them feel like it's for them and that this is science is for them but I've also seen several young men put on the crown and do the demonstrations in the Box as well and be very excited to take part as well but again it was opening up a new perspective of what a woman inside looks like and also going to women in science can be feminine because that was something that I didn't see a lot of light also identify as a nurse<br> I'm a nerd that sometimes likes to be very feminine and so changing that that picture is in people's minds is what that looks like in and allowing young women to feel like they can pursue a career in so I'm really excited about the program at very new obviously we just launched in 2021 and I'm feeling so I'm doing things more remotely now that the launch of our kids have been a great way<br> to kick off the program we've been distribution and also the kids through kosai are really special because half of them are for retail sale and the other half are publicly funded in the state of Ohio where code is located and they are distributed with food to underserved students who might not have access to science enrichment or educational resources like students who might have greater Financial ability to purchase those types of items still a great way to identify those students who might be in need was to do it through food distribution and that was something that was already doing before we partnered together but now it has been included in that mix so it's distributed to students in need so that they can feel like they can be a science Princess 2<br> if you don't have to pay what you want<br>will the strength to<br> can you cast to fish<br> and your phone<br> Stuart Whitman<br> will do<br> this is the Bev Moore Show live streaming on iHeart network180 around the world high on Carson kressley of all the most valuable resources in the world kindness is the most precious<br> for more than 140 years American Humane has been working to make the world a kind of place for animals<br> rescuing those cotton disasters protecting animals on our Farms<br> on the Silver Screen<br> and the world's remarkable and endangered species who need Heart Care to help them survive<br> all of us can make a difference by making Humane choices at the supermarket in our choice of entertainment and by supporting conservation and rescue efforts<br> it's not hard at all making kind of Lifestyle choice and visit americanhumane.org for simple ways you can help build a more caring compassionate and Humane world for animals and for all of us<br> are you also work to raise awareness around is it ehlers<br> danlos syndrome OK Google life each day that isn't that inherited disorders like for skin and Joint<br> it is okay<br> yeah. How are you doing with that is it working real well with your awareness<br> the awareness has been really cool to be a part of because I think one of the most difficult parts of having ehlers-danlos syndrome is getting a diagnosis it's it's probably far more common than what people have ever expected it to be but finding it really diagnosed until I think is so beneficial because the sooner you know you have it the sooner that you can start doing things to protect your body because this is a degenerative disorder and so the more abuse you put on your body the more damage you're going to do overtime from my experience being people who have been diagnosed sooner in their life tend to have better outcomes and it's funny because it wasn't one of those things where I was like oh gosh I think that it's the food that I'm eating this making me not feel well it was I was probably making myself feel worse without even knowing it<br> I now know on the back end of you know saying okay I'm taking these things away I feel so much better it's an email recognizing that sometimes there's things that you do every day that's normal and part of your routine whether or not it's eating or activities or different things that you're like oh my gosh maybe this is putting more stress on me while you wait what are you doing in your day-to-day life what are you eating modify that you should remove something that you can change to try to make your life a little bit better that's definitely something that I've learned through having chronic disease which I think so many of us going to fly<br> yeah I get it<br> what does being a modern woman mean to you<br> I think being a modern woman specifically kind of means that I could do anything look back in history looking back in history in our country specifically women didn't necessarily have the opportunities quite as much to be able to go out and get incredible at an education and and do things independently to focus their life on a career and build that and be able to pursue gold and passions and dreams that maybe I had that opportunity today but they did not<br> I feel like my opportunities in life for Limitless and I think that that's what being a modern woman really means you can have a family that something in your future that you're interested in but also be able to have an exceptionally successful career or do one or the other if you just want to be a really amazing mother or just be an amazing business woman and a career person then you can do that you don't have to choose and I think that have knowing that that that that could be true for my future that I don't ever have to choose I can do what I want and then I have that Independence<br> is what makes me excited to be a woman being a modern woman in the u.s.a. opportunities are endless and I'm excited to start living that dream living in the mail you know is it's been my perception and he stands up for her rights and four others do you have for young women today<br> I think the biggest piece of advice for young women would be<br> good night and not be too rigid I think I've learned over time I set a goal for myself or I say that I'm going to do something in that I'm so stubborn that I feel like I can't change my path and that has hurt me sometimes in my life because I don't want to say I didn't do something I said I was going to do but ultimately I've not taken advantage of some opportunities that have come because I didn't adapt to the situation it was there if that makes sense and so focusing on being adaptable and flexible and capturing opportunities as they can about the being prepared for changes and opportunities to come your way is one of the best ways that you can be successful in life in my opinion<br> that was true in my Miss America experience I just you know how to random opportunity that I decided to compete for this local competition and it changed my whole life and if I had been so red did you say you know I'm in school I'm not going to do anything with school right now because I'm so pissed on my career and I'm not going to do anything to distract me from this I would have missed a huge opportunity that actually would be beneficial to my career in the end<br> and I think we're I don't know if it's specific to women but I think a lot of us are taught that we have to follow through on the things that we said we were going to do like if our parents you know signed us up for a team sport really you have to finish the season before you quit don't be a quitter or something like that we have this ingrained in our mind us finish what we started but sometimes it's important to look outside of that and say is there something outside of this opportunity that I'm currently and that could benefit me even more than the place that I'm at right now. Could be starting to buy that could be taking a job opportunity there still many things that could come up in your life that are unexpected that could be really wonderful so my my real advice for young women and this would be applicable to men to would be to take advantage of opportunities as they come and to be adaptable and flexible<br> we celebrate women's history month during the month of March I hope you enjoyed my amazing guest Miss America 2020 Camille schrier very positive remarks in the world only as a former beauty pageant queen holds the title of President and creator of her own learn more about Camille schrier that www.com thank you for listening to the Beth Moore Show live streaming of the iHeart Network worldwide<br> bev more until next time bye bye<br>