It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not.
It's time to take a hard look in the mirror and ask, "Am I happy with what I see? or "Am I happy with how I feel about myself"? How you view yourself has the greatest impact on everything you do in life. I had to learn this the hard way with a lot of tough, yet necessary, life lessons! Many of us have been made to believe less of ourselves, that we're not worthy to be happy or loved.
In this course, I'll show you the sequential tools and strategies of changing the way you view yourself, aggressively engage in who you truly are and care less about what other people think of you. In this course you will find your authentic self and leave behind the caricature. No more comparing yourself to others and no more holding your past over your head!
Are you ready to take on that challenge?
If so, let's go!!!
Ms. Muhammad served as the Assistant Event Coordinator during the 2006 Hurt to Healing march and rally against domestic violence and sexual abuse.
On December 13, 2014, she hosted "Turning Wounds Into Wisdom" transformation summit for women and girls, which revolved around the subjects of domestic violence, sexual abuse/assault and stalking victimization.
In 2015, Ms. Muhammad began facilitating a weekly Wounds2Wisdom class at a local transitional facility for women released from prison, on the subjects of self-esteem, spirituality, setting healthy boundaries, self respect, self value and how to overcome disappointment to improve the way the women viewed themselves after being incarcerated.
In the latter part of 2015 she led the Wounds2Wisdom class for young mothers under the Project Row House organization centered around the importance of cultivating healthy relationships.
Currently, Ms. Muhammad has joined the I'm Me Foundation volunteering at various middle and high schools reaching thousands of young girls, giving them examples of positive role models, how to set goals, the importance of fitness, addressing self-esteem and more!
Ms. Muhammad is a Certified Thanatologist, specializing in grief and bereavement with a background in forensic psychology. She is a published writer, photographer and web designer.
She is also the proud Owner of Origins Massage Spa, the first establishment to use food-based products in all spa treatments. Her motto is, “If it’s not safe enough to eat, why put it on your skin?”