Founder of Dennis-Morgan Coaching & Consulting, Dr. Morgan has a background in Human Development, Public Administration and Social Change Psychology, Behavioral Health Leadership Psychology, Motivational Speaking, and Career Development. 
She is recognized by the National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. Dr. Morgan’ has over 20 years of experience in administration, teaching, and facilitation in various capacities. Additionally, she provides motivational speaking on topics such as resilience, overcoming adversity, goal setting, and more.

Do you believe in work-life balance? If so, how do you maintain it?  

Shanee: I believe in work life balance. In fact, I actually offer professional development training on the importance of work-life balance. I maintain work-life balance by setting boundaries. I have hours that I am available to dedicate time for work, and time that I dedicate to myself and my family. Though I am flexible, I do not compromise my time with my family for work. However, when working, I work in excellence; always given 100%, so all tasks get done in a timely manner.


What’s your best piece of advice for aspiring and new entrepreneurs? 

Shanee: My best advice for aspiring and new entrepreneurs is to discover your passion and purpose in life and prepare to step out on faith to invest your time in doing what you truly feel you were called to do. If you always have an action plan (goals), and you’re prepared to put in the work, you cannot fail.


Who is your business role model? Why?

Shanee: My business role model is Dr. Marie Mercadel-Brown, mainly because she is skilled, experienced, and driven. She has been an excellent role model, who is open to helping others make the necessary connections to enhance their ability to be successful.


What was the inspiration behind writing your book? 

Shanee: The inspiration behind the book derived from a desire to share my personal story of overcoming severe childhood trauma, for the purpose of motivating and inspiring others to be their best selves, regardless of what they have been through. My ultimate goal is to encourage others to believe in their ability to succeed through healing, growth, hard work and a desire to overcome it as well.


What would you say to someone who wants to write a book, but is struggling to get started? 

Shanee: Writing a book is not an easy task, yet it is very possible. The best advice I can give to a person who wants to write a book is to develop an action plan to include your goals for the book, including a realistic time frame. When beginning my book, I started organizing my thoughts by putting events in chronological order. Then, I begin to develop a table of contents, which is the basis for organizing the story. Ultimately, if you want to write a book, you must first get started!


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