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I survived! Life After Challenging Times with Terri Clay

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As the expert in “living a life on purpose”, Terri Clay is the CEO of Terri Clay Enterprises, a multi-purpose company in which the uplifting of individuals is a lifestyle. Terri’s commitment to supporting others has catapulted her into a success story that is beyond compare.

Before realizing her destiny, a 14-year-old Terri entered a life riddled with bad decision-making. Her choices would transpire into an early adulthood of struggle as a single parent.  At 21 years old, the mother of four faced domestic abuse and soon after, homelessness. While this would keep many from persevering, Terri would learn how to handle several predicaments at once, and empower herself for the work that would lead her to entrepreneurship.

 

Terri realized her purpose, to motivate others with positive words.  With an unyielding love for young people and a passion for travel she began taking the youth of her church on various trips worldwide. With

the support of Magazine Street Church in Louisville, KY, Terri came up with ways to raise funds in order for children to travel. Young people were now given the chance to see different people, place and ideas, and a non-profit organization, Steppin’ Out of the Box, was born.


Her willingness to help her community has led her to motivate more of the general public, as Terri emerged into a dynamic inspirational speaker. She describes her bad choices of the past when speaking to crowds; choices she says created a domino effect of her life. Additionally, she is the host of a radio show, “The Talking with Terri Show” where she uses her voice to push listeners towards their destiny.

Learn more and/or visit her website at:  http://terrilclay.com

 

 

 

 

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