Addriana

Speaker: Motivation, Inspiration and Transformation

Addriana is a renowned Speaker, Personal & Executive Life Coach, ASL Educational Interpreter and author  of “Just Addriana…” a weekly Inspirational Blog.  Her high content, high quality, high energy programs are delivered in a down to earth, memorable style. She has been coaching and teaching her clients about true wellness for years. She has also worked with individuals and groups to help them maintain a healthy, balanced life.

Meant to SOAR​By overcoming her challenges and reinforcing the importance of emotional wellness & lifelong learning, Addriana has made it her personal goal to empower young people, women, and professionals reach their full potential. As a child Addriana was molested, and sadly as an adult she had to overcome the horrors of domestic violence. It was in having a personal relationship with Christ, she triumphed over the hardships. Now she encourages her audience to overcome their hardships and live life to the fullest. And she does so through the power of speaking transparently and with humor. Addriana’s ability to connect with the audience of teens and adults is a rare gift and is one you don’t want your audience to miss.

Life is made up of challenges. And, often times we are faced with situations we perceive to be insurmountable. In those times of uncertainty, many of us lack the internal compass to guide ourselves back into the light. Our thoughts turn to the negative and we inadvertently use our fears and emotions to our own detriment. Conversely, it is the ability to focus our thoughts, emotions, and energy that allows us to achieve success—if only we have the knowledge, tools, and discipline to do so. Not only does Addriana offer encouragement and optimism, she also assist the audience toward self discovery and spiritual enlightenment. Her methods are intuitive, honest, and adaptable to nearly any situation. You will receive the benefit of a lifetime of experience in her delivery and through the personal challenges faced in her own life.
Andy Rooney said, “I’ve learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes.”
Keep It Simple & Straightforward
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