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Go Hard or Go Home - Belinda Mays

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Belinda Mays, Professional Success Coach, Iron Girl Triathlete, Speaker, & the Author joins CJ with her quick wit and passion.  Her life transforming book 'The Success Project, The Making of a Worthy Ideal" is a result of her passion to motivate & inspire others, her gift from God. Her gift to God is a life dedicated to helping as many people as she can get through life’s challenges with laughter while inspiring them to overcome their fears and self limiting beliefs. Inclusive of all the good and bad personal, family, and business world experiences, Belinda considers herself well educated in the school of life. She has over ten years of business experience in the arena of Corporate Training and Facilitation and has provided exceptional service to companies and organizations such as Fulton County Schools, Ciba Vision, CNN, Emory Healthcare, & ING, just to name a few.  As the owner and founder of The Success Project, LLC, Belinda specializes in consulting time-challenged business owners and entrepreneurs on how to build and expand their existing businesses.  She provides her clients with the necessary guidance, tools, resources, and accountability they need in order to become more productive and profitable. Belinda's life and business philosophy is quite simple, "Go Hard or Go Home."   She believes whole heartedly that the world makes room for the determined doer and the person who knows where they are going. This simplistic philosophy sets the stage for anyone to tap into their infinite potential and experience Belinda’s commitment as their partner in success. She is an active philanthropist and believes that giving back and having an attitude of gratitude is the secret to success. She supports causes that focus on the needs of homeless as well as organizations that promote the empowerment of all women.  www.belindamays.com

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