Atiya KM

by Atiya

Atiya is an enlightened human being and spiritual guide, who is often viewed as a contemporary muse/oracle inspiring countless others to find their creative genius and to discover and tap into their divine gifts in their pursuit of happiness and self-determination.

She has a well-rounded background including over 20-years experience in Mass Communications and Personal Development.

She is a professional trainer-for-trainers, the author of From Ordinary to Extraordinary, and a charismatic inspirational speaker who has spoken at various universities and events throughout the United States, as well as ministered in numerous spiritual houses throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Atiya’s creative and artistic approach encourages mind, body, spirit connection and total life transformation.

There is truly Magic in the Process and on any journey, Atiya helps YOU to discover it.

She offers keynotes, workshops, seminars/symposiums, life and purpose coaching, training sessions and consultation services to individuals and groups who want to unfold into their greatness and uncover the secrets to L.I.F.E. – “Living in Freedom Everyday.”

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Aug 21, 2012
by: Atiya

Discover the Magic in the Process!

Sep 06, 2011
Welcome Atiya
by: Jean Paul from What-is-Coaching

I welcome Atiya to the what-is-coaching community, I'm sure she brings some good vibes and energy to this growing meeting place.

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