PRLog - April 12, 2012 - Gearing up for her 3rd annual motivational tour and speaking seminar, Melissa Russell says she is looking forward to engaging with her audience as they are uplifted by her motivational moments and inspirational insights. "It's an interchange of uplifting," she calls it.
Making You Matter
The seminar is geared towards women ages 24-44 and it provides solutions for everyday decisions, money, family and career. After attending the four segment, four hour seminar women are given the tools necessary to make an immediate change, a change which "is not easy but necessary," says Russell.
Will the seminar be at a location near you? Perhaps. Women groups, clubs or educational organizations are encouraged to contact the office directly to book Mrs. Russell for their venue. Melissa says, "I have hosted seminars just about everywhere. Public libraries, restaurants, hotels, schools, clubhouses. Location is not a major concern. I've been the guest speaker at several awards cermonies, it's the message that matters most." Although, however, Russell says she do not host seminars at religious venues in order to prevent people from thinking she is delivering a religous based or supported message.
These are not any ordinary seminars. Melissa believes in interacting with her guests and providing them with simple self thinking tasks as they sit in the audience. For example at many of the seminars she hosted in 2011, the audience had the difficult task of choosing which flavor of ice cream would best suit their mood. Afterwhich they were given a scoop or two to hold their attention. At yet another seminar, which I was proud to be an attendee of, the audience were given a $10 and was given the task of shopping for 10 seconds. Decisions, decisions...it was definitely harder than it sounds. I ended up with nothing.
Book Mrs. Russell now for dates in June through December by e-mailing melissa.russell411@
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