San Francisco, CA, September 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Enough with the bad news, the depressing news, the mudslinging and the hand wringing.
Where’s the good news?
Master Success Coach Amy Ahlers launched The Women Masters Tele-Seminar Series early this year with a vision: to bring the nation’s best-respected women experts to a worldwide audience – for free. And the runaway success of the program is a testimony to the resilience, the courage and the spirit of women around the country who are tuning in and allowing their lives to be changed for the better: right here, right now.
“I knew I wanted to create a community to support, inspire and energize,” says Ahlers. “From the beginning, The Women Masters has been about sharing the very best of ourselves. The women experts – including such luminaries as Marianne Williamson, Lisa Nichols, Marci Shimoff, Victoria Moran, Mariel Hemingway, and SARK – have all been so pleased to have a platform where the emphasis is on women inspiring others to lead better, happier, healthier lives—regardless of the state of the economy.
“The tele-seminar series is free, but if people want to upgrade and purchase the MP3s or get transcripts or CDs or participate in the coaching program, then there is a fee. Most of our experts offer amazing giveaways and then they, too, have offerings that cost money. So it’s a good balance of altruism and entrepreneurship.”
And even some of the profits get given away. “We’re donating 10% of our profits to two women’s charities: Women for Women, International and Girls, Inc. This is not only in line with my belief system and values, I think it improves the quality of the transaction for my clients; they like knowing that their purchase goes, in part, to helping women around the world,” says Ahlers.
She adds, “Altruism and entrepreneurship – it’s not the kind of strategy that gets taught in business schools, but maybe it should be. After all, it works!”
Free Registration and information for The Women Masters can be found at: www.TheWomenMasters.com.
About Wake-Up Call Coaching
Wake-Up Call Coaching is on a mission to merge the power of success coaching with the power of technology. They are dedicated to creating a suite of coaching products and services that wake people up to the truth about how fabulous they are.
Wake-Up Call Coaching is making a positive difference in the world by making coaching accessible to all through free programs like The Women Masters Tele-Seminar Series, and offering low cost alternatives to traditional one on one coaching, like The Women Masters Coaching Program.
We specialize in coaching women who are ready to stop being so hard on themselves and break free from negative self-talk so they can be happier, healthier, and more successful in every aspect of their life. We deliver inspiration, feminine wisdom, and success coaching in innovative ways.
About Amy Ahlers, CEO
Amy Ahlers, The Wake-Up Call Coach, is on a mission to wake you up to the truth about how fabulous you are. She discovered the world of coaching in 2000 and never looked back. She is an International Certified Coach, the CEO of Wake-Up Call Coaching (www.WakeUpCallCoaching.com) and the Creator and Hostess of The Women Masters Tele-Seminar Series (www.TheWomenMasters.com), where she has spoken alongside amazing women experts such as Lisa Nichols, Marianne Williamson, Marci Shimoff, SARK, and many more. She earned the CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) designation from The Coaches Training Institute, is a Bigger Game Certified Coach, is a certified Business Advisor from OneCoach, and is a Master Coach Equivalent. Amy is exceptionally energetic and inspiring. In the words of one of her clients, “Amy’s enthusiasm is catchy.”
Amy has been a featured expert for The Washington Post, The Oakland Tribune, and several radios stations including KKZZ and KVTA. For more information, visit www.WakeUpCallCoaching.com, www.TheWomenMasters.com and www.ReadyToGetInspired.com or call 510-531-5424.
About Women for Women International
For more information, visit: http://www.womenforwomen.org/
About Girls, Inc.
For more information, visit: http://www.girlsinc.org