Black Life Coaches Network

The C.A.L.L. Reaches No. 1 On Amazon Best Seller List

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 17, 2016)—Dr. Towanna Freeman announced that her new book, “The C.A.L.L: Inspiring Stories for Young Men About Character, Accountability, Love and Leadership,” will be released in May 2016. Available for a limited time for pre-order, the book has already topped #1 in three different categories on the Amazon Best Seller’s list.

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Radical Success Coach Doreen Rainey to be Honored as Coach of the Year

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (December, 14, 2015)—Personal and business coach, speaker and management consultant, Doreen Rainey will be honored as the Coach of the Year at the 2016 Black Life Coaches Business Strategy Summit to be held Friday-Sunday, March 18-20, 2016 at the AC Hotel National Harbor in Washington, DC. As Founder and CEO of the RADICAL Success Institute and the Vice President, Operations, Act Like A Success | A Steve Harvey Company, Rainey is driven by a singular vision: to help people define success for themselves and have the guts to go after it. Known for her no-nonsense, …

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CoachDiversity Institute: First Coaching Firm Focusing on Rapid Demographic Change

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (October 26, 2015)—CoachDiversity Institute leaders, Dr. Towanna Freeman and Gloria S. Chan, announced that the organization officially launched on Thursday, October 15, 2015. It’s the world’s first coaching institution whose mission it is to empower diverse communities through coaching. The Institute will prepare individuals, companies and organizations for rapid demographic change. Advisor of the new organization Dr. D Ivan Young, MCC said: “The CoachDiversity Institute is something that America has been needing for quite a long time. Diversity is critical if we are to evolve in business, if we are to evolve personally. The things …

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Life Coaches Prepare To Transform Their Business

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (August 20, 2015)—Industry reports show that many Life Coaches are giving up their dream of helping people and returning to full time jobs due to a lack of time, money, clients or all of the above. But Towanna Freeman, founder of the Black Life Coaches Network, has a solution to help coaches transform their business.

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