Master Transformative Change
…or perhaps more accurately, a majestic range of them.
Life, just like a mountain, can be a grand adventure. And as with mountains, throughout your life there are peaks and valleys, opportunities and obstacles, beginnings and endings.
They both take courage and commitment to navigate well. They will test your patience, your resolve and your resources. They’ll show you who you really are… and reveal who you absolutely CAN be.
And when you stand atop the peaks, they offer the most sublime views imaginable.
As you navigate YOUR path along life’s mountains, we’ve identified the Seven Steps you must take to give yourself the greatest chance of achieving, and even exceeding, your goals.
Wrapped in the metaphor of mountain climbing, the Seven Steps are a guide to navigating life’s mountains with confidence, strength and purpose.
In today’s busy world, it’s increasingly challenging for women leaders to navigate a fulfilling and balanced path between their personal and professional goals, dreams and heartfelt desires.
Life-changing pathways, pathways that lead to real, lasting changes, often require us to take the road less traveled.
After over 50 years of studying change, and countless metaphorical mountains climbed, it was climbing Kilimanjaro that solidified these seven steps in my mind and changed the course of my life.
I invite you to choose and use the Seven Steps to create real and long-term positive change in your own personal and professional life.
Mozella is an international speaker, author, poet, attorney, strategic intervention coach and adventurer.
For almost five decades, she has studied and practiced the time-honored wisdom of human development and transformation.
Summiting Mount Kilimanjaro at 19,341 feet, after her second attempt, gave her an extreme real-world experience of ‘failure and success’ and taught her how to help her clients step up to empowered action, overcome the obstacles before them, and reach their desired opportunities. Mozella earned her undergraduate and law degrees from Howard University. She is a member of the Bars of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and is admitted to practice before the United States Court of International Trade.
She brings her deeply wired global perspective and cultural appreciation everywhere she goes and to everyone she meets
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