Interview with Life Coach Keyara Fleece #TenMiniTT @YoureFnAmazing @TENMINITT

Posted on November 2nd, 2014 by & filed under #SPARKLE Tinsel Town Tonight Interviews, Blog Venture, Everything Miz Meliz

Ten Minutes in Tinsel Town

Episode 8

Part II

Interview with Keyara Fleece

with Pauline B. Jones


Keyara Fleece likes to travel. Her idea of fun is just getting in a car and going somewhere! Living in Virginia, it is easy to go to Washington D.C. for a weekend which she loves to do. But to make it especially interesting, she will stay in a hostel where she can meet people from all over the world. She loves meeting people.

Keyara is very outgoing and delightfully forward. She found me on a website that listed the top 100 personal development blogs for 2013. She liked my blog and she sent me an email asking if she could interview me. She wanted to know what it was like to be a life coach. Now, she is teaching me about what it means to be a “wantrepreneur” and living your dreams!

Keyara is a preschool teacher by day, but she lives and breathes entrepreneurship. She is most passionate about self-love. She believes that is where it all starts from. Loving your self for who you are.

“I think the world would be a better place if we stopped worrying about everyone else and started worrying about yourself.”~Keyara Fleece

We talk about the lessons that are most difficult to learn in life in my interview with Keyara on Ten Minutes in Tinsel Town. We discuss why it seems easy for her to embrace some things that chalenge other people their entire lives.. What does it take? Is it maturity, or age? I don’t think so because I am still coming to terms with these issues and I am twice Keyara’s age. She is gifted with understanding. She has a sense about life that most people never quite get.

In her own podcast that she is launching in December, Keyara dissects what makes amazing people amazing. She hopes to inspire and empower others who are searching for success by showing them her interviews of these shining examples. She aims to prove that we are just like they are and that we can have what they have. “These people are just like you,” she says.



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