Leah Davis Coaching Partners with Nia Impact & Embrace Change

When I accepted my calling to serve women of color as a Wealth and Wellness Coach I had no idea how many phenomenal opportunities would come my way.  I have been blessed with meeting numerous women and organizations that are rooting for the financial well being and success of my sisters. Not only are they cheering for our economic empowerment,  they are in the trenches…

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The Importance of Community For Women Of Color

“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb When women come together as a collective energy of loving intention, we have the power to transform our life experiences. For many women, they often feel alone as they are working towards creating the life they dream of for themselves and for their families.  They feel alone…

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Financial Advisor or Wealth and Wellness Coach – Which one do I need?

How do you know when it’s time to schedule an appointment with a Financial Advisor or Wealth and Wellness Coach? There is so much financial information online that can make this confusing because that information is fairly general and isn’t customized for a person’s unique situation. Financial Advisors have taken the necessary steps to become licensed to sell insurance, give investment advice and recommend investment…

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A Woman Who’s Worth It

2. Reclaim your space  Are you coming to terms with an abusive relationship that affected you financially? In this blog for Gabrielle Hartley, a nationally recognized divorce attorney, online mediator, and divorce strategy coach — I discuss four stepping stones for finding a sense of balance after the storm. Do you feel anxious when you are around someone that has harmed or intimidated you? You…

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How to Stop Being Your Family’s Financial Bailout

Countless women of color may feel obligated to financially bail out their family, including you. Have you ever felt indebted to be the go-to person that your children, siblings, or parents run to for financial relief? It is common for women like you to be the first ones in their family to graduate college or own a business. And since you are viewed as the…

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