Coach and Attorney Gerry J. Tucker discusses the importance of a nightly practice of gratitude, affirmations, reading and self-reflection so that you can have a life filled with blessings and peace – Part One

Podcast Episode 050                                                        Release Date: 2/26/ 2016

Gerry_Tucker-7533On this podcast Certified Professional Career and Life Coach and attorney Gerry J. Tucker shares her inspirational messages from her recently released book entitled BEDSIDE CHAT: A Book of Inspiration and Meditation. Seven years ago Gerry began writing Bedside Chat for 100 of her closest friends.  Each month a newsletter filled with inspirational messages would be mailed to her friends.  During this time she also wrote poems for Mahogany magazine and articles for the Villager Newspaper and the Austin-American Statesman newspaper.  She has taken the content of the newsletters and articles and created Bedside Chat. Gerry’s mission is to “help bring about a profound change for the better in the lives of other souls; to assist them in re-defining their goals and objectives, evaluating how to make choices for positive change. GOD and I working together can do this.” Whether serving on non-profit boards, managing human resource problems, writing articles and newsletters or conducting workshops, Gerry’s passion is working with women to achieve their dreams.  As a spiritual, career, and life coach, Gerry does individual, private coaching helping individuals tap into their purpose and passion in order to create a more fulfilling life. She graduated with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin, master’s degree from Howard University and bachelor’s degree from Fisk University.  She maintained a private practice for many years.  Since that time she has served as an education administrator specializing in human resources. Gerry is a Certified Professional Career and Life Coach and enjoys writing and creating the space for individuals to redesign their life through defined goals and taking a spiritual approach to life.

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