Tamia Bethea Williams’s story is an inspiring reminder that our past does not define our future.
Tamia survived a childhood most people can barely imagine. When Tamia Bethea Williams was only seven years old, her mother passed away. Then, only 2 years later, her father was sent to prison for double murder.
As a result, Tamia was raised by her grandparents, both of whom passed on before she was 16.
This kind of tragedy might have broken someone else. But not Tamia.
Tamia survived her childhood, and entered adulthood with her head held high. She fell in love, married and started a family of her own. She started to feel like life was finally going her way.
But then her son was diagnosed with severe special needs and her marriage fell apart.
By the time she discovered Brave Thinking Institute, Tamia’s life was in shambles. She was a single mother struggling with financial ruin. She was overweight, borderline diabetic, on anti-depressants and contemplating suicide.
One day, she woke up and realized there had to be more to life than feeling miserable all the time, so she started doing some research. She came across Brave Thinking Institute, and immediately felt that something big was about to happen.
Then Tamia made the decision to become a certified Life Mastery Consultant, her life changed.
“I manifested the man of my dreams and I released over 100 pounds… My son is no longer in diapers. He walks, he talks, he feeds himself… and I generated over half a million dollars in nine months. I’m super excited about where I am and the lives that are being changed as a result of this wonderful curriculum.”
Tamia also became an author, co-produced three movies and has her own radio talk show.
Tamia is a living example of the power of Brave Thinking tools. She fought her way through tragedy, trauma and extreme challenge, to create and live a life she loves. And it’s not just her own life that’s been better…
In her words:
“Lives have been changing all around me… I don’t regret one dime of my investment because the life that I left and the life that I’m living now… you can’t put a price tag on that. You just can’t.”