L. Michelle

by Terry Watson | September 13th, 2018
L. Michelle (Photos by Todd Youngblood)

L. Michelle (Photos by Todd Youngblood)

L Michelle, is a native Washingtonian but was raised in Southern Maryland. She currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has a sincere love for her community and educating and helping people.

L Michelle has a background in sales, marketing, television production and advertising. Her interest in radio and broadcasting is what drives her to explore the radio industry and has learned from the ‘best of the best’ and sat in on various talk shows as a co-host. “Being on different panels and workshops has allowed me to learn more about networking,” she says. She will bring her own unique and classy style to radio and to the Focused Radio Family starting in September.

L Michelle is a published Author of two collaboration books that cement her dream of her telling her stories of tragedy and triumph. The first one is titled, ‘From Employee to Entrepreneur – The Journey to Empowerment’. Within the pages, she describes a journey to empowerment. It is also designed to help those who want to get in the business and allow them to see the journey others have already experienced. The second book is ‘I Am A Survivor’ is seven women telling their story from tragedy to triumph of being a survivor of abuse. The book is designed to help people understand they are not alone and how they can be victorious, and not ashamed, or feel guilty about the situation that they are in. It shows them to live and be victorious.

As a motivational speaker, L Michelle promotes her books that shares her story of being a survivor and being an entrepreneur. She hopes she can help somebody and make a difference in their life.

“What I love most about what I do is getting information to people allow their voices to be heard. I am driven to letting them know that they their voices will no longer be silent. By me speaking and being transparent, I allow my voice to help someone understand and know their worth. I also teach them how to believe in themselves. If I can just touch one life, my work is done. I love meeting new people and learning what’s on their mind,” she says.

To be an effective leader, L Michelle states that a person must know their strengths and understand their power. “This also means being successful in your accomplishments and in your dreams and moving towards your purpose and your passion. A leader must take charge. Sometimes you have to grind and not everyone is going to like it. It’s not about you being seen on the scene, it’s about making a difference on the scene. It’s not about being a boss, but it’s about being determined to take charge and having a drive to go to the next level to reach your success and helping somebody else to be a successful by putting them on the right path,” she says.

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