Success means… a purposeful life!
My biggest dream is to… transform lives!
You can’t run a business without... love and vision!
The most important thing about helping others... demonstrating how much living life with intention really matters!
I am a Prosperity Life Coach & Psychotherapist. I help people create lives lived on purpose, with passion and by design. I also help people transform their thinking & behaviors to live life with mindful intention.
I offer individual & group coaching as well as daily affirmations to help people shift their mindset. As a psychotherapist, I work with adults, couples and individuals using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Trauma-informed & psychoanalytic perspectives based on my clients’ needs.
I worked for corporate and nonprofit organizations for 14 years before I decided it was time to launch my own brand of work where l could have autonomy and become a trailblazer in self-help and mental health as a woman of color & as a role model for other young entrepreneurs.
Anyone in the world can locate me and where my work is featured at LifeCoachAsha.com
How has your foundation assist other people to become independent and build their opportunities ?
My coaching has transformed the way people see themselves in the world, starting with in their own eyes. I've had clients confront difficult relationships and outcomes yet did so with conviction and as a result learned more about their strength, tenacity and new ways of showing up for themselves and others! After coaching with me, clients of mine have become more financially responsible, created workable, efficient systems in their small businesses, and have taken risks to grow themselves professionally and personally.
What made you choose this type of business? Why? What other markets are you interested in?
I believe that my work has divinely chosen me. I always knew I wanted to make significant impact on the lives of other people so I started with myself, using myself as a tester first. At 12 years old I began unbeknownst to me, the practice of universal laws of attraction. Evidently it proved valid because I went to the college of my choice and graduated with a successful track record. I lived in every part of New York City to date that I've dreamed of living. I've travelled so far and have plans on the books to travel to places in the world I never would have thought I'd go on my own. I founded and am thriving in a small business of my own after several naysayers doubted I could, and with the resources that I have to function, pay consultants and live comfortably. I wanted to then challenge myself to study and learn from experts how to teach other people to do the same thing- live a life on purpose. So, I returned to school, became a certified life coach and have had the best time coaching clients and running a successful private practice in psychotherapy. I also speak on stage, radio and t.v. as a way of sharing my work and inspiring others to live with intentionality. Eventually, I look to expand my work and do philanthropic work.
Who is the one super successful person you look up to? Why them? Can you share their quote/ideology that inspires you the most?
Since I was a child I have been impressed by the work and charisma of renowned life coach and speaker, Les Brown. He was the first life coach/speaker I ever saw on television as a child growing up in the suburbs. And the 1st person of color I ever saw and heard speak until I found my first coach, Lisa Nichols. Les Brown says, “what people think about you is none of your business!” That quote makes me fearless. I don't look at and envy what other people do. I look at, learn from and create my own stamp of success and happiness. And I do it without being concerned what criticisms people have about it. If more people are happiest and transformed or even if some people are, I am happy. But, I do however, strive for extraordinary numbers of people to be transformed every time I do something better so I consistently work on myself to make that dream realized!
What part of your personality helped you get to where you are right now? Was this a trait, an accomplishment, a clear goal or did it happen by chance?
My self-discipline. If it were not for my parents building structure into my life as a child I don't know how I would function as an entrepreneur today. I probably wouldn't be an entrepreneur. It is because of my discipline and drive that I do so much in a day, a week, a year. I also discovered along this path how much I love to learn. I like to read but I always think I can read more, and quicker than I do at times. I love learning about other people, how they love and other cultures around the globe. I truly believe that it is my genuine interest and sincerity for others has been a great benefit to my career.