While our future is not fully determined, education, information and the right materials made available, women then can create a better life for themselves.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 20, 2007
Do women have the Power to be anything they desire? Positively Women encourages women to do just that!
Women are yearning to learn how to take charge of their lives. To further help women, Sharon Capehart has launched a new website at http://www.positivelywomen.com which is geared to women who are ready to make a difference and take charge! Motivating others comes naturally to Sharon who is able to connect directly with her audiences, "with her tell it like it is approach," balanced with a natural business savvy.
For years, Sharon counseled her female friends and clients about self-limiting beliefs. She knew these women wanted to change their lives, but were holding themselves back by not realizing their true potential. "We have a tendency for ignoring the facts and not dealing with the issues that impact our lives," states Sharon.
Sharon knew she could break through that barrier and teach women powerful techniques for reprogramming old and out dated habits. She also educates women how to be successful in business, and be in control of their personal lives; women can aspire to their own dreams and aspirations. Sharon states, "While our future is not fully determined, education, information and the right materials made available, women then can create a better life for themselves."
Sharon uses her academic, entrepreneurial and life experiences combined with humor to inspire, guide, and motivate her clients. Women are given a process to move beyond their obstacles and work towards who they want to become with her practical and strategic examples, giving women an "I Can Do It Attitude".
Sharon is also a captivating and entertaining speaker and frequent guest on radio and television nationally. She delivers a message of empowerment and self-discovery through the framework of entertainment, a little glitz, a little glamour and lots of the Sharon "Strut" motivating her audiences into action.
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