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By Harriet Tubman


“I took another plunge by signing-up for Harriet’s Money, Marketing and Soul™ Coaching 3-Session Package, and dove deeper than I have ever done before! An unexpected healing came up for me. I am walking, talking and interacting more confidently and boldly and happily than ever before!!! Thank you, Harriet!!!!”

-Katie Adler
Voice Over Artist, Tokyo, Japan

“Harriet’s “Transform Your Relationship With Money” Tele-Seminar offers an extraordinary and effective approach. I already feel lighter, freer, and more “connected” to abundance. I’ve removed big blocks I wasn’t aware of, and I am certain that new prosperity is flowing into my life right now!”

-Jeannie Guillot
Founder, The Dream Stream Magical Mentor for Your Dream Career and Business

“Thank you – it was the money class that really “cracked me open” in SO many ways – it assisted in my growth and was LIFE-CHANGING. I learned life-changing beliefs that are creating the prosperity that I am experiencing and enjoying now. Harriet’s facilitation and guidance is in integrity and high-quality.”

-Tovi Scruggs
M.Ed., Educational Leader, Consultant & Speaker

“I took another plunge by signing-up for Harriet’s Money, Marketing and Soul™ Coaching 3-Session Package, and dove deeper than I have ever done before! An unexpected healing came up for me. I am walking, talking and interacting more confidently and boldly and happily than ever before!!! Thank you, Harriet!!!!”

-Jerri Lange
Author, Jerri A Black Woman’s Life in the Media, Broadcast Professional, Professor, Media Consultant, Producer

“However the most incredible outcome is that once I had officially resigned from my international employer, the very next week an opportunity that perfectly fit my ‘brand’ and my unique brilliance came to me, out of the blue. Call on Harriet if you want to be reconnected to yourself, realigned with the universe and attract its bounty.”

-Elizabeth D. Gibbons
Global Policy Strategist Author, Sanctions in Haiti, Human Rights and Democracy under Assault

“Harriet has a beautiful combination of characteristics. She’s a good listener, a perceptive questioner, and an active companion for a change. Working with her makes me feel supported, and I know she will not let me get away with lying to myself or dragging my feet.”

-Adriana Diaz
MA, CPC Certified Professional Coach

“I had no idea that it would be so powerful an experience. The techniques and tools I learned during the VIP Intensive will help me now and in the future. I would recommend it to anyone who is not sure regarding next move.”

-Deborah Wafer
MPH, CEO DW Strategic Solutions, LLC

“Absolutely, positively, my work with Harriet laid the foundation, served as the inspiration/catalyst, set the stage for forward movement toward the development of a clear single vision and mission for my livelihood, my ministry, and my life. Not only is the process supporting forward moving, but it lends itself to increasing Faith — in the process, in myself, and in my Source.”

-Angela L. Mack
Chief Empowerment Officer

"Before I had the VIP Private Intensive with Harriet, I was so stressed and out of control, pushing myself working almost 7 days a week in my business. Besides gaining more balance and fun in my life, the greatest gift was Harriet believing in me and helping me believe in myself and see what’s truly possible for me.”

-Linda Burke

A Healthy Mind Leads to a Healthy Life

by | May 21, 2018 | Health, Inspire, Lifestyle | 2 comments

A Healthy Mind Leads to a Healthy Life

by | May 21, 2018 | Health, Inspire, Lifestyle | 2 comments

“No limit is placed on you; only the limits of your mind. Free your mind and know that your possibilities are truly unlimited!” – Harriet Tubman Wright

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. The theme for 2018 is #CureStigma. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, NAMI, one in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions. Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear, silence that prevents many people from seeking help and treatment. However, stigma is 100% curable with compassion, empathy and understanding.

  • How do you define mental health?
  • What is your response to the term mental illness?
  • Do you have family members or friends who contend with mental health challenges?

There are several definitions of mental health. 1) Mental health refers to our cognitive, behavioral and emotional wellbeing – it is all about how we think, feel and behave. Mental health affects daily life, relationships and physical health. It includes a person’s ability to enjoy life – attain a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. And the definition that I prefer: 2) Mental health is a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. (World Health Organization)

  • What keeps you functioning optimally in body, mind and spirit? 

Mental Health Challenges

Many factors contribute to mental health challenges:

  • Biological such as genes, brain chemistry or nutrition
  • Hormonal changes
  • Trauma or abuse
  • Environmental factors
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Life-threatening illness
  • Stress (finances, work, relationships)

Note that stress is very common with the most negative effect on your well-being. You’ve been impacted by one or more of these factors at some point in your life. The degree to which you navigate, cope with or overcome these factors influences your overall health and well-being. And whenever you’re unable to effectively handle these challenges; feel angry, depressed, irritable, anxious for a prolonged time, or even suicidal, you can seek support from a friend, counselor, spiritual advisor, health practitioner or doctor. The key is to release any sense of shame, fear or resistance and get help! In my own life, I’ve experienced bouts of depression that have led to hospitalization, out-patient care, prescribed drugs and therapy. Fortunately, I’ve successfully moved through these periods of depression with the loving, non-judgmental, practical support of my birth family, church family and village family. Working with a few sensitive, skilled talk therapists has helped, plus taking prescribed anti-depressants on a short-term basis. Compassionate staff who encouraged me to play with arts and crafts; creative activities was also beneficial. Over time, I’ve learned that spirituality, creativity, community, service, growth and freedom are essential to my health and well-being in body, mind and spirit. The perception of mental illness and the stigma against people with mental health conditions won’t change unless we each act to change it. This is one reason I’m using National Mental Health Awareness Month to share the fact that throughout my adulthood, I’ve dealt with mental health challenges and feel grateful to have received appropriate support, even when I was initially kicking and screaming about it…

“You can take refuge in depression without allowing it to become your residence.”  – Harriet Tubman Wright

 I hope the insights and information are helpful and welcome your feedback! Please see a list of related resources below: Releasing Stress, Creating Serenity A BodyMindSpirit Self-Care Primer for Busy Women, by Harriet Tubman Wright at: NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.


  1. Naa-Diane Green

    Very informative…Thank you Harriet Tubman Wright

    • Kathleen Ann

      Thank you for sharing Harriet – it is indeed the stigma around the discussion that inhibits people from taking that first step. More power to you for raising your voice. This is a world wide issue.

      In my business networking group we have a ‘fun fine system’ and collect donations for our charity of choice, Beyond Blue which provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live.


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