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Transformation for Success

Transformation for Success

Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific

February 17th 2015: Powerful Transformation for Success Stories

From Jazz singer to successful international Coffee mogul. From retired Educator to a trailblazing designer of Shapewear for women. Dr. Young will interview two successful entrepreneurs who will share their transformation for success business secrets in today’s global market. They will share practical insights, their wisdom and advise of what it takes to step into your “financial greatness.”

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Daniel Morgan

Mr. Daniel Morgan is Founder, CEO of MORGAN BAILEY Coffee. Daniel is a balanced and talented artist and entrepreneur who grew up with four generations of family under one small roof and a ton of love. He began playing melodies on the piano at the age of 5, then writing and singing at the age of 7. He further developed his musical skills by directing the youth choir of his church. By age 18 he moved to Japan and took the industry by storm. His performances were richly layered with vocals. He has an incredible 5 octave range and delivers powerful performances. His talent took him around the world-traveling domestically and internationally with major American, Asian, and Euro
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Dr. Denyse Ray

After more than two decades as a clinical first responder, and private practice practitioner, dedicating her career to helping victims of natural disasters, school shootings, and terroristic attacks remove their emotional mask, Denyse Ray, PhD, BCETS, FAAETS, retooled her skills to found Lady Ease shapewear as its founder. Lady Ease under the leadership of Dr. Ray, has stepped up by re-establishing the legacy of textiles and apparel manufacturing in Hawaii. Dr. Ray has been attending meetings with deans of local and national technical schools including the University of Hawai’i campuses to discuss incorporating sewing, pattern making, embroidering and packaging into the curriculum to
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