Find Your Voice and Be Magnetic, Empowered, Sexy
January 16, 2017
Hosted by Sheila Alley
Finding and using your voice, trusting yourself, creating boundaries, loving yourself and loving your body are all necessary if you want to be magnetic, empowered, sexy and attract abundance into your life. Join Sheila and her guest Liz DiAlto as they share how to love your body, trust your desires and know you are enough so you can step forward powerfully and make positive changes that will lead to a more joyful life.
Magnetize Your Presence: The Art of Creating Charisma
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Magnetize Your Presence is designed for those who want to get the most out of life and live joyfully. It’s for you if you desire more and you want to know how to get it. How would your life be different if you felt confident, striking and powerful? How would it show up in your relationships, your business, your job, etc.?
Magnetize Your Presence showcases experts who have created an inspired and abundant life, and they discuss strategies of how you can do it too. Also, Magnetize Your Presence will guide you to create a mindset that brings results you want, how to make decisions from a place of clarity, how to communicate more clearly and how to live vibrantly. Simply, how to become magnetic!
Sheila is an image and magnetism coach who helps her clients discover their gifts and magnetize their presence so they attract more money, better relationships and joy into their lives. Known for blending personal energy, self-empowerment and wardrobe techniques, Sheila uses simple strategies to inspire her clients to create a magnetic image, while being true to their authentic self so they can walk into any room poised and confident.
Sheila is co-author of “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life,” and “My Style, My Way.” Sheila facilitates image workshops on “How to Magnetize Your Personal Style” and speaks to women’s groups and businesses on “How to Align Your Image with Your Brand to Attract More Clients.” Her quotes and articles have appeared in Complete Well Being, Quilter’s Home Magazine, The National Enquirer and The Chronicle Herald.