Follow These Black Women Life Coaches For Inspiration In The New Year
By Leah Freeman-Haskin
It’s a new year, and whether you are looking to get your finances in order, get out of a relationship or into a healthy one, land a promotion, or all of the above, these life and inspirational coaches will give you the motivation you need to make it happen. These black women have devoted their lives to making sure that you live your best one.
Bestselling author, motivational speaker, and life coach, Lisa Nichols’ inspiring story of turning $12 into millions continues to drive people across the globe to unlock their full potential. Her page features inspiring quotes to move and motivate as well as heartfelt images into her personal life.
S. Tia Brown is a licensed therapist, journalist, and TV commentator, dedicating her time to helping others overcome obstacles in their lives, especially those around relationships and finances.
Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a bestselling author, a champion for social justice, AIDS awareness, and supporting Black women in politics. From her TED Talk to her Instagram page, you can find inspiration through her own experiences and commentary on pop culture.
Self-care is at the center of Lauren Nash’s Instagram page as well as her holistic platform for women of color, Black Girl In Om (BGIO). A certified yoga teacher and wellness advocate, she is devoted to creating a safe space for women to “breathe easy.”
Los Angeles-based Demetria Lucas is a life coach and author of, A Belle in Brooklyn: The Go-To Girl for Advice on Living Your Best Single Life. Nicknamed “The Black Carrie Bradshaw,” Demetria serves up relationship advice and proclamations of self-love.
If you are looking to get your finances right in 2020, turn to Tiffany “The Budgetnista”. #1 bestselling author and self-proclaimed “America’s favorite financial educator”, Tiffany will encourage you to live an all-cash lifestyle with zero debt.