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Company Name: Optasia Career & Training Services

Mailing Address:
P. O Box 94797
North Little Rock, AR 72190

Telephone: (501) 240-3491
                   (501) 771-7691
Website:    
www.optasiatraining.com
Email:          lauriwilliams@optasiatraining.com

Lauri Williams

Books

Life is an Attitude! The Power of Positive Living (releases 2011)
Six Steps Six Figures-A power packed guide for your career goals and life.
“Stepping Stones to Success”
                Co-authors: Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul),
                Deepak Chopra (Seven Laws of Spirituality), and Denis Waitley (Secret)

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Human Services
  • Master’s Degree, Human Resources Management

Expertise:

  • Author
  • Certified Master Career Director
  • Certified Employment Interview Consultant
  • Certified Professional Speaker
  • Certified Mediator

Lauri Williams is owner of Optasia Career & Training Services L.L.C (a locally owned Career Seminar School), based in North Little Rock, AR providing corporate training, career development, and personal development training for those with a sincere passion to get ahead and stay ahead in their careers and personal life endeavors. She is an author, professional speaker, inspiring career coach. Lauri is also a certified Master Career Director, Ordain Minister, and Certified Professional Speaker for community, associations, and governmental organizations.

Lauri is author of the book: SIX STEPS SIX FIGURES: A POWER-PACKED GUIDE FOR YOUR CAREER GOALS AND LIFE. Lauri has been teaching and mentoring people on the principles of success and attaining rewarding and productive careers and pursuing their purpose for success in their life.

She first formulated and began applying her success principles in 2004. She has completed and is publishing these sought after principles in her forth coming book: SUCCESS BELONGS TO YOU-FIND OUT WHY (March 2011)!

Lauri Williams also writes poetry (“Breath Taking”, University of Maryland Asian Division, The Literary Magazine, September 1996, and “Who Do You Say I AM”, The National Library of Poetry, Echoes of Yesterday, July 1994).

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