Do you know what it is like to grow up in a small village, have no access to higher education, and be forced to survive on your own at the age of 12?
My guest on Monday’s Light Warrior Radio, Boonmee Pakviset McElroy, details how she turned her life around from being an orphan to an international life coach and inspirational speaker in her memoir, I Hate Potatoes: They Make Me Cry, a story of triumph over hardships and how she turned her life around from being an orphan to an international life coach and inspirational speaker in America.
- How to transform your circumstances
- How to go from “victim” to victorious
- Tools to transform your life
- Discovering your purpose
- And so much more!
Boonmee grew up in Thailand. She lived and traveled between Thailand, Japan, and Singapore while practicing as a Transformational Life Coach and Inspirational speaker between 2004 – 2009, prior to moving to the United States. She moved to the US in August 2009 and pursued her education. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social worker (LICSW). She is an entrepreneur, a women-owned business, an International Life coach, an inspirational speaker, and an author. She is also the proud mother of two children, a proud wife, sister, and auntie.
To learn more about Boonmee P. McElroy please visit her website at www.aboveandbeyondcoachingllc.com