Synergy Talks! is proud to announce literacy advocate and life coach, Lekea Itero, as a guest speaker.
How Hope Can Hurt Us
Hope can sometimes give us an illusion that we are doing something with our lives, but that can manifest as passive resignation. Another way of putting our lives on hold. Together we’ll explore how hope can hurt us and how we can transform our hopes into actions.
Saturday, April 1 at 1:15pm-5:00pm
650 South Orcas Street Suite R203
Seattle, WA 98108
Originally from Uganda, Lekea came to the United States at 19 years old. Lekea graduated from the University of California – Davis with a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology. In 2007 she moved to the Pacific Northwest where she worked as a clinical lab scientist at the University of Washington Medical Center.
Lekea is also a passionate and devoted literacy advocate. She started the nonprofit organization called The Alwa Foundation whose mission is to bridge the literacy gap one child at a time. The Foundation is currently building a library in Alwa, Uganda. A percentage of her life coaching business goes directly to the Alwa Girl's Scholarship.
For more information: http://foryoualwa.com/#alwa
Due to her fascination with human behavior and love of people Lekea chose to pursue life coaching. Currently, she is a certified transformational life coach whose focus is helping you overcome procrastination and start living today.
Lekea has an extensive background in addiction counseling, experience in Cognitive Behavioral Theory Application and Motivational Interviewing. If you want to stop procrastinating and have a paradigm shift in the way you look at your life, then Lekea would love to have a conversation with you.
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About Synergy Talks!
Come delight your neurons with a series of stimulating and thought provoking talks.
Each talk is designed to educate you, leave you with a powerful question to ponder or provide you with specific actions you can take to improve the quality of your life.
This is a three day event on Wednesday, March 29, Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2.
Speakers include Seattle's leading yogis, coaches, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders.
***Single tickets for sale as well as all access passes.***
Tickets start at $20 and early bird tickets available while supplies last.