“Gather with us live to ignite your faith for success.” — Pastor Amos Johnson
Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. – Matthew 18:19-20 KVJ
Believers gathering together for an immersive time in the Word of God ignites our faith and supercharges our anointing for success in the entrepreneurial calling God has placed in our hearts. Therefore, the Church for Entrepreneurs hosts live gatherings multiple times per year in Metro Atlanta, GA, for believers worldwide.
Upcoming Gathering Date: March 21, 2020 | Time: 9a to 5p Theme: Free 2 Focus
Unstuck Your Life and Create A Breakthrough In Your Personal Power
Women Speakers Association (WSA) is THE go-to place for innovative leaders, change-agents and women with a message to connect, collaborate and grow their visibility worldwide. WSA TV interviewed three authors from the international bestselling book, Voices of the 21st Century, released in October 2019—Anita D Russell, Sandy Hortan and Carrie Kohan.
Advice from the Authors.
Anita advises “Be responsible and accountable for how you manage your gift of life. Apply 6 keys to nurture, grow and empower your life: know yourself, nurture your life, integrate your life, connect with others, live intentionally, and seize opportunity.”
Sandy says “Change your perspective: change your life.”
Carrie reminds us that “”Everything is all about Love! If you’re not loving what you’re doing or how you’re living; not sharing love with yourself or others; or feeling love in your heart – then it’s time to shift and do what brings and gives you love in all ways! How do you do that? Practice The Five Lessons of Life!”
The Host and Producer is Laura Rubinstein, Certified Hypnotherapist, Digital Media & Marketing Mentor and Business Transformation Strategist. Follow her blog here: http://TransformToday.com
I recently spent time in the studio at Princeton Television taping a new episode of The Place to SOAR TV. What a time we had! Whenever I’m there it turns into a mini reunion with old friends, like studio staff or director Irvin Harmon of Irvin J Productions. And, of course, my extraordinary guests, this time starting with Pastor Melinda N Samuels and ending with Lisa Austin aka “Love Lisa“—two people who represent the richness of God’s human family. Check out the pictures!
While attending the ASALH 104th Annual Meeting and Conference in Charleston SC, I decided to do the post-conference African American Heritage Bus Tour. So glad I did! Anyone who knows me would know that I have a deep appreciation for African American History—that is the undistorted view; the view that speaks our narrative truth to power; the view that brings into the present our generational contributions, not just in America but across the diaspora and the world. The tour was sponsored by Dominion Energy and the National Underground Network to Freedom. One place of historical significance on the tour was Sullivan’s Island.
For me the highlight of the Sullivan’s Island stop was sitting on a bench by the road with fellow authors. The “Bench by the Road” is a project initiated in by the Toni Morrison Society The name “Bench by the Road” is taken from a 1989 interview with World Magazine where Morrison speaks of the absence of historical markers designed to remember the lives of enslaved Africans. According to Morrison, her fifth novel, Beloved, served in this role:
“There is no place you or I can go, to think about or not think about, to summon the presences of, or recollect the absences of slaves . . . There is no suitable memorial, or plaque, or wreath, or wall, or park, or skyscraper lobby. There’s no 300-foot tower, there’s no small bench by the road. There is not even a tree scored, an initial that I can visit or you can visit in Charleston or Savannah or New York or Providence or better still on the banks of the Mississippi. And because such a place doesn’t exist . . . the book had to” (The World, 1989).
The second notable memorial is the Sullivan’s Island Marker . . .
“A place where…Africans were brought to this country under extreme conditions of human bondage and degradation. Tens of thousands of captives arrived on Sullivan’s Island from the West African shores between 1700 and 1775. Those who remained in the Charleston community and those who passed through this site account for a significant number of the African-Americans now residing in these United States. Only through God’s blessings, a burning desire for justice, and persistent will to succeed against monumental odds, have African-Americans created a place for themselves in the American mosaic. . . .
During the first week of October 2019, I had two firsts in my life. I visited South Carolina—not just driving through on my way to somewhere else—actually spending five days in Charleston. And I attended the 104th Annual ASALH Meeting and Conference held at the North Charleston Convention Center. The truth is I had no idea what to expect.
Anita is a life coach and bestselling author with career experience in multiple disciplines including pharmaceutical R&D, learning and development, and leadership. She took a bold step in 2013, leaving corporate America. Subsequently, she founded The Place to SOAR based her need to step out and redesign her life after corporate America. Later came the SOAR Coaching Academy, dedicated to helping people cultivate change in their lives through daily growth and personal development.
I Wanna See Laney’s House(2019), Anita’s debut as a solo author, is a sibling story chronicling lifelong spiritual development and a journey towards mental wellness. Read her recent article describing the journey on Kidsburgh.org, an online magazine.
Bold, Brave and Brilliant Women Who Make a Difference!
Big things are coming! The release of Voices of the 21st Century is just around the corner. Stay tuned for how you can read these powerful stories for navigating modern life. Published by Women Speakers Association.
In my coaching system, creativity shows up as help my clients to proactively cultivate change. I help clients become who they aspire to be by examining who they are. When clients are guided through discovering who they are on a deeply inner personal level, often what emerges is their own creativity to step out and redesign thoughts, feelings and beliefs. As a result, they begin moving forward to living their best life. As a coach I help clients become leaders through creativity in their own lives!
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