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Share Your Message With The World - Conversations With The Co-Authors

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Today on Conversations In Care, I veer off the beaten path to bring you a group of co-authors (myself included) that decided to share their message with the world.

Last year I was approached to co-author a book.  This was such a fascinating idea to me, but did I have a message to share and was I ready to put it out there?  Join me as I sit down in conversation with my co-authors as we talk about the book, what brought us to be co-authors and learn more about their lives and the message they wish to share with the world.

My guets include:

Lia V. Mote - Lia immigrated to Houston, Texas from Athens, Greece in 1969. English was her second language. Advocating and speaking on behalf of others was her calling from a young age.  Lia now coaches executives and key leaders to command respect and initiate belief change or action from their audiences

Alicia White - As a category creator in the speaking industry, Alicia White, founder of Back of the Room Productions, provides speakers with professionally designed marketing materials and products sure to get the attention of event planners and clients. With vast experience in print media, graphic design, photography, and content creation, Alicia leverages these creative processes to develop high-level design and consistent branding that instantly conveys trust and the like-ability factor for her clients.

Reina Rowley - Regina Rowley is described by her students as strong yet soft, passionate yet compassionate. Whether she is speaking or teaching Regina is sensitive, fun and enthusiastic as she shows women how to tap into their own personal power and gain the confidence to be their first line of defense.

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