African-American Author and Christian Life Coach Announces Free Seminars
Kisha M. Morris, Author and Christian Life Coach of Live Life Fantastic! Coaching & Seminars announced the availability of several free seminars and workshops on building potential, purpose and success geared toward youth ages 5 to 18 years of age of youth and religious organizations who offer mentoring programs in the community.
This seminar is based on the recently published book titled, Look Good and Feel Good in your Own Skin: How To Build Your True Potential, Purpose and Success in Life, which teaches how to find purpose and motivation for life; how to improve self-esteem and self-image; find healing; reduce anxiety, depression, and negative emotions; and find joy and the peace of God in your life.
This teaching seminar provides its attendees with a unique experience and opportunity through writing an interactive and meditational journal; answering the many questions that youth face today dealing with peer pressure, negative emotions, healthy body image as well as skin care and wardrobe etiquette. Included in the seminar is a devotional journal which allows the participant to write about how they feel in seeking their purpose for life on a personal and spiritual level. “If we focus more on learning valuable Christian life principles to live by on a daily basis in our youth, they will be able to live meaningful, more positive and productive lives,” says Mrs. Morris.
The mission of the company is to empower and educate Christians to serve as activists promoting positive self-worth and purpose in God’s kingdom. Mrs. Morris has been mentoring youth in the community, local churches, youth and women’s organizations since the age of 18. “I wanted to start a mentoring and life coaching program in the community to build positive self-worth, health and wellness, communication, business, and writing skills. We need our youth and religious organizations to serve as hosts to foster positive enrichment and mentoring in their communities,” comments Mrs. Morris.