Boston, MA (PressExposure) May 26, 2009 -- In the midst of the recession, Prosperity Lighthouse life coach Julie Mele has decided to help other women in two ways: by teaching a program called "Beyond the Overwhelm for Mom Entrepreneurs," (ProsperityLighthouse.com/moms) and by contributing 20% of the proceeds of the program to a local Boston organization for poor and homeless women called Women's Lunch Place (WLP).
The six-week tele-program for mom entrepreneurs is one of several life coaching classes taught by Julie Mele and her business partner Nat Couropmitree. The Prosperity Lighthouse programs are aimed at helping people to take control of their lives in order to create the existence that they have always wanted using the laws of attraction.
Prior to creating Prosperity Lighthouse together, Mele was a successful salon owner, and a busy wife and mother of two, but despite possessing everything she had always wanted, she felt unfulfilled. After being coached by Couropmitree and turning her life around, Mele decided to make the career change to focus on helping other people as a life coach.
"Oftentimes, women are clinging to an idea of perfection that prevents them from being as happy as they really want to be," says Mele. "I was in the same boat as these mom entrepreneurs - I am a mom entrepreneur - so I know that these tools can change you from the inside, and as a result, everything around you changes too."
Mele decided to donate to WLP in order to support women who may be struggling themselves. The Women's Lunch Place was created in 1982, in order to give struggling women and their children a place to have nutritious meals during the daytime, since many shelters only provide temporary housing through the night, leaving these families with no place to go during the day. Mele hopes that the donation will help the WLP to empower more women to achieve their full potential.