We are not that different from the trees in the forest, in all that we do and hold onto, we’ve become so burnt out that we’ve forgotten who we really are.
We need to let go of our heavy stuff and let it fall to become part of the rebuild who we are.
Jill Drader is a renowned public speaker, award winning entrepreneur, and professional mentor based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. With over two decades of experience in the personal development industry, Jill has become a trusted advisor and spiritual director to countless individuals and organizations seeking to transform their lives and achieve their goals.
Jill is known for her dynamic and engaging speaking style, and she has delivered keynote speeches and workshops to audiences of all sizes across North America. She has also worked with a diverse range of clients, including corporations, non-profits, and individuals.
Jill founded OwlSeek in 2022, to bring back her retreats and workshops, digital courses, and spiritual direction work.
Jill is an active member of the Calgary community and has been involved with a number of charitable organizations. She is co-founder of Struggle Is Your Success, a Calgary non-profit teaching youth entrepreneurial mindset skills for betterment of their lives. She is passionate about supporting causes related to mental health and wellness, and has been recognized for her contributions to these areas by the provincial government, Distinguished Alumni by University of Calgary (2016), and awarded Top 40 Under 40.
Jill is a firm believer in the power of connection and community, and she is dedicated to helping others build meaningful relationships in both their personal and professional lives. Whether she is speaking to a room of hundreds or working one-on-one with a client, Jill’s mission is always the same: to help people live their best lives and reach their full potential.
People who build their own home tend to be very courageous. These people are curious about life. They’re thinking about what it means to live in a house, rather than just buying a commodity and making it work.