DALLAS, TX – Lizzy Morris the first African American woman certified to train Agile® & SCRUM® Certification Classes, is impacting the way Fortune 500 companies approach employee development, and driving the advancement of female entrepreneurship in the US, and globally. A Motivational Speaker, Author, and Life Coach, she is the go to person when companies such as Bank of America, Avanade, and Johnson & Johnson need an expert to help their teams become more productive, efficient, and accountable. She helps all that she works with discover their best selves by providing the tools needed to choose the speed at which they either learn from life or change it.
Lizzy Morris is the first African American Woman to train Agile® & SCRUM® Certification Classes with the founding and number one globally recognized organization, the Scrum Alliance founded by the co-founder of Scrum, Inc., Jeff Sutherland – known for his bestselling book Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time.
Lizzy Morris is the co-founder of BeardedEagle – a management consulting firm with a focus on implementation and training of Agile® & SCRUM® processes for major corporations. In addition, she just completed her new book entitled My Journey to Me: The most important discovery is self-discovery, which is scheduled for a summer, 2018 release, and she often travels to third world countries motivating women to be independent thinkers and to embrace change mindfully; one thought at a time to ensure they get results.
“Women often want to achieve a goal or improve on a specific area but keep getting disappointed? Or know what they want to do but are having trouble with procrastination? I provide techniques that will support them and help them to achieve their goals and discover their evolutionary growth potential,” said Lizzy Morris.
Lizzy has the innate ability to connect with her audience and motivate while teaching. It is her gift as a speaker; one that very few people have, and a key element in the success of her brand.
Lizzy is preparing a promotional tour in support of her new book that will kick off at the Best You Expo at the Long Beach Convention Center March 24-25, 2018. She will be a featured speaker, on the 24th, at the Empowering Women session from 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm. Lizzy will have a booth at the expo, and will be on hand to provide in-site into her book and life skills programs. Additional speaking engagements will be announced as cities are added.
To learn more about Lizzy Morris visit: www.lizzymorris.com.
Lizzy is coming to Los Angeles and we would like to schedule an interview. Please contact Amy Malone, GICPR, 323-972-4081 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 7, 2017
GIC Public Relations is a full service firm specializing in media outreach, crisis management, and event coordination for all facets of the entertainment industry, political campaigns, sports figures, non-profit organizations, and corporate projects. For additional information visit us at www.gicpublicrelations.net
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 28, 2017
Amy Malone, Girl in Charge Public Relations
LOS ANGELES, CA – Maxine Jones, former member of the legendary group En Vogue, gives insight into the world of girl groups in her upcoming book “A SMART GIRLS GUIDE TO GIRL GROUPS.”
This poignant book reads like an autobiography and instructional manual fused into one. It lays out the hard work, disappointments, excitement, and glamour of being a member of a girl group. Maxine offers a no holds barred view of the inner-workings of a successful group and what it takes to build a career and how quickly it can all be lost.
As a member of one of the most successful girl groups in history, Maxine knows firsthand what it takes to make it in the business of entertainment. For years she has been quietly organizing her thoughts and writing down memories and experiences so she can share and hopefully guide other women who want to be a part of a very exclusive sisterhood that many strive for, but few manage to achieve; the super hot, super successful , chart topping “Girl Group.”
Maxine recounts her life before joining the iconic group En Vogue, and how it changed with success. She can now in hindsight see the pitfalls of stardom and the dysfunction amongst the group members that if handled differently could have possibly avoided the heartbreaking demise of a group that at its height was arguably one of the biggest groups in the world.
Offering up clever antidotes, funny and sometimes sad memories, Maxine captures the adrenaline rush of building a super group and the harsh reality of the lust, lies and jealousy that ultimately tore it apart. She is completely transparent about the music business and what it takes to make it to the top of the charts. The inflated egos and deflated since of self-worth are some of the issues touched on in the book. She doesn’t hold back the physical and mental strain of being a member of a group, but she also shares inspiring thoughts and uplifting advice to help the next generation of female sensations trail a path to success.
“A SMART GIRLS GUIDE TO GIRL GROUPS,” will be published world-wide by Welstar Publications, LLC and is set for a summer 2017 release. The work will be released in paperback & eBook by Welstar Publications, LLC in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and India, and rights are in negotiation with publishers in nine countries.
“This story is a once-in-a-lifetime dream come true,” said Horace Batson, Ph.D., publisher of Welstar Publications, LLC. “We feel that readers and fans alike will identify with Maxine Jones and have an amazing opportunity to see the music industry through her eyes in this incredible journey.”
An instructional guide designed to help up-and-coming talent avoid the pitfalls, obstacles and implosions that plague all infamous girl groups “A SMART GIRLS GUIDE TO GIRL GROUPS,” partners all the elements of a juicy novel with the knowledge and experience of a true diva.
To learn more about the book or schedule an interview with Maxine Jones, contact Amy Malone, Girl in Charge Public Relations 909-961-2802 or email@example.com.