Releasing The Coach Inside of Her
June 19, 2019
Hosted by Shannon D. Hughes
There are a lot of people that want to leave their jobs for one reason or another. Many of them don't. What happens when you do leave? What's your next move? On the next episode of The Movement Janet Ferrici stops by. Janet will talk about being a very successful realtor and leaving it all behind to become a very sought after life coach. Also will share about her experiences volunteering as a mentor to high school students through financial literacy programs and mentoring for a local food pantry.
The Movement with Shannon D. Hughes
Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel
The Movement is about sharing histories to set up a bright future for everyone.
We share the ups and downs
We share the pitfalls
We share the victories
We share what is to come
Our stories connect the human spirit.
Our guests will share what they’ve been through. They will share how they’ve overcome the roadblocks of life to become the successes they are today. Listen for The Movement, live every Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel.
Shannon D. Hughes
I am a Speaker, Author, Life Coach, and Solopreneur. I began speaking to support groups late in 2016 in Chicago.
In 2017 my speaking engagements took me to other cities in the United States. In August 2017, I published my first book Your Motivational Manual Volume 1. Volume 2 is due in April 2018. My third book entitled, “If This Idiot Can Do It So Can You”, is due out later in 2018.
Due to the launch of the book, I started taking on life coaching students. A few of them also had been following me on social media for my daily “My Motivational Minute” videos. Some of my students wanted me to help them reset their mindsets after reading my book and seeing my online videos. After overwhelming feedback from my followers, I am now hosting THE MOVEMENT to motivate, uplift and inspire listeners internationally.
I found my voice by voluntarily teaching music to students for over 21 years. It was one of the special moments of my life because I watched the empowerment of my students from the ages of 5-17 take hold of their lives.