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‘Abundance Now’ with Lisa Nichols

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On this edition of In Black America, producer/host John L. Hanson Jr. speaks with Lisa Nichols, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Motivating the Masses, Inc. and author of ‘Abundance Now: Amplify Your Life & Achieve Prosperity Today.’ 

Nichols is one of the world’s most-requested motivational speakers, as well as media personality and corporate CEO whose global platform has reached and served nearly 30 million people. From a struggling single mom on public assistance to a millionaire entrepreneur, Nichols’ courage and determination has inspired fans worldwide and helped countless audiences break through, to discover their own untapped talents and infinite potential.

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Motivating the Masses, Inc. – one of the country’s only publicly traded personal and business development training companies – Nichols has helped develop workshops and programs that have transformed the lives of men and women, and altered the trajectory of businesses throughout the country and across the world.

Nichols’ extraordinary story of transforming her own life from public assistance for her family to leading a multi-million dollar enterprise is the inspiration behind her bold mission to teach others that it is possible to do the same. Today, fans worldwide revere her for her mastery of teaching people how to accomplishing unfathomable goals and tap their limitless potential.

A noted media personality who has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, the Steve Harvey Show, and Extra – just to name a few, she is also celebrated for the impact she has on the lives of teenagers. Through her non-profit foundation Motivating the Teen Spirit, she has touched the lives of more than 200 hundred thousand teens, prevented over 3 thousand teen suicides, supported more than 2 thousand dropouts in returning to school, and has helped thousands reunite with families.