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Dr. Shirley K. Clark
Dr. Clark is an International Speaker, TV/Radio Host, Certified Master Life & Executive Business Coach, Millionaire Brand Strategist, Celebrity Spiritual Advisor, and an Award-Winning 10x #1 Amazon International Best-Selling Author.
Dr. Clark is the CEO of Clark’s Consulting Firm, LLC, and she is called to raise up Kingdompreneurs. Her Firm mainly services high-profile clients (millionaires/billionaires). Dr. Clark has shared the stage/service events with Grant Cardone, Oprah Winfrey, Daymond John, Matthew Knowles (Beyonce’s father), Les Brown, T.D. Jakes & Lisa Nichols. She’s been featured on over 400 media outlets (FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC, Yahoo! Finance, New York Times, USA Today, iheart Radio, Spotify, TBN & The Potter’s Touch). Her firm is known for making millionaires, and in 2014, their firm was listed in the Who's Who in Black Dallas Publication.
Dr. Ellavese Smith
Overwhelming excellence is her mantra. Not only as it relates to Dr. Smith’s medical practice, but also in her spiritual, personal, social, and areas of academia. Throughout her career, her passion for anesthesiology provided many opportunities to bless others by teaching, sharing, and sponsorship, but also providing scholarships to local students in varied career paths. Dr. Smith held the highly honored, revered and respected position as the Medical Staff President at John Peter Smith Health (JPS) Network in Fort Worth, Texas. Few are knowledgeable that during the hospital’s 100-year history, Dr. Smith is the first and only African American female to have held this position/title.
Currently, Dr. Smith owns a private practice, Trinity Anesthesiology Consultant, LLC. As a physician, she is a blessing in the lives of others by being a lecturer, psalmist and minister throughout the U.S. and Africa.
Got Joy! It’s Up to You!
Are you in a rut? Mentally drained and emotionally exhausted? Longing to be your best self, physically and mentally? Now imagine for a moment that a year from now you are still in the same exact mental, emotional, and physical spot that you’re in now. What about five years from now? What about ten years from now? Would you be content or would you be wondering where the time went and why you haven’t budged and planned to create a more ideal life?