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Dr. Lydie, The World’s Most Sought-After Business Legal Authority Has Been Featured In The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today & The New York Law Journal

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Dr. Lydie shares knowledge that has taken her two decades of working on Wall Street & as an NYC Law Professor to empower people to build their businesses & leave the wealth that they create for their loved ones to create inter-generational wealth.

LYDIE LOUIS, PH.D. ESQ.has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, and the New York Law Journal for her work to protect and empower small businesses and small investors.

Dr. Lydie’s real-life academic know-how resonates with everyone from the C-Suite to middle management to business owners to employees to women to students to immigrants to celebrities. Providing access to proven legal tools and powerful techniques to help real people for a real, meaningful impact that reverberates around the world. She was invited to present a TEDx Talk in London on “U.S. Corporations Were Created to Do Public Good, What Went Wrong?” Dr. Lydie has a B.A. from Columbia University, a master’s in finance from New York University, a J.D. from Fordham University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Barcelona.

Corporate executives hire Dr. Lydie to train employees to be more legally mindful in their employment transactions as well as to coach key personnel. The United Nations hire Dr. Lydie to instruct medium-sized enterprises across the globe on the laws that impact their businesses. Dr. Lydie has spoken at business, law, and tax conferences from Amsterdam to Bogota to Cape Town to Los Angeles to Paris to Guadalajara to Warsaw to Costa Rica to Germany to Haiti to New York.

As a provocateur business speaker with twenty-eight years of hands-on business and legal experience, Dr. Lydie shares the powerful strategies that will continue to bring her financial and personal success. Utilizing uncommon knowledge of the rich, she pioneered the art of integrating particularized “know-how,” music, and precision execution to emerge as a sought-after business legal mentor and coach.

Dr. Lydie teaches audience members how to apply her successful methods to a wide range of businesses today. She shares winning tips for negotiating and particularly negotiating for women by women, boosting sales, improving employee morale, increasing productivity, and optimizing staff talents. After working on Wall Street for almost 12 years, both as an advisor and financial regulator, Dr. Lydie spent almost 20 years as a law and graduate business school professor.

A few years ago, Dr. Lydie transformed her own career path to becoming CEO of one of the fastest-growing business and personal wealth development training companies in the world. Dr. Lydie credits much of her success principles to being an emergency room volunteer medical intern at Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, when she was in high school. She has found the type of leadership, resilience, and specialized-skills performance mastery that was required to assist in handling life-threatening medical emergencies from heart attacks to severe burns and gunshot wounds equally applies to businesses that want a competitive advantage to not only survive but to go beyond survival to thrive!

As a motivational speaker, Dr. Lydie’s riches to rags to riches success story of hunger, shame, sacrifice, hard work, strangers’ kindness, and perseverance will inspire any audience. Much more than a business coach, Dr. Lydie shares her proprietary “Morena” blend of gratitude, intentionality, and champion mindset, which will empower audience members to make positive pivots in their lives for immediate and long-term success. Dr. Lydie, America’s Leading Success Partner, will reveal how you can create a legacy of wealth for your loved ones.

Dr. Lydie is currently the Chairman of In Pursuit Media & Co., a company that works with organizations and business owners around the world to build work cultures of intra-reliance and collective resilience. She is also the Founder of Entrepreneur Legal Studio, a company that works with small business owners to enhance their legal know-how in their business. Dr. Lydie’s keynotes, corporate workshops, retreats, business legal coaching, combined with her “Lessons from the Emergency Room” provide practical business strategies, personal development insights, and a unique delivery style to create a high-energy and impactful learning environment.

Dr. Lydie is the owner of The Monetize You TV Channel, the Executive Producer and Host of The DR. Lydie Show and World Class Leaders Podcast, where she shares her insights and inspirations for today’s fast-paced marketplace as we pursue our personal development goals.  She is passionate about empowering one million business owners to become millionaires by building brilliant businesses to last for the next generations. 

She hosts The Protect And Monetize You Summit on a quarterly basis to provide a motivational space for entrepreneurs to learn, engage, and implement proven business success strategies from speakers & successful business owners worldwide.

Dr. Lydie’s academic publications are available to be downloaded on her website. https://drlydie.com

Her upcoming publications, “101 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask A Business Lawyer; What’s Law Got to Do with It?” – “Business Success Stories to Inspire Our Souls; and The Art & Science of Creating Your Money Mindset Mastery,” are getting a lot of attention.

Here is what people are saying about DR. LYDIE LOUIS:

  • “Dr. Lydie is the Suze Orman of business law! She is America’s Leading Business Partner!” – Bob Circosta – Co-Founder-Home Shopping Network
  •  “Dr. Lydie is someone every business owner and corporate executive needs to know and hire.” – Dr. Trish Murry – Founder Discover Health Functional
  • “Dr. Lydie was able to give me legal insight that no other lawyer gave me. Her information motivated me to take action. Dr. Lydie should be a household name streaming into your living room!” – Forbes Reilly – CEO Forbes Factor Creator of the SpinGym
  • “I trust Dr. Lydie with all of my legal matters. She is honest, caring, and figures things out that really helps you move forward. My spouse and I are so pleased with her that we hired her as our personal family attorney.” KD Wagner – Author and CEO Gold Star Matrix
  • “Dr. Lydie is such a special person. She does everything she can to find a business legal solution that works for everyone. At this point, we consider her family, Merce-beaucoup Dr. Lydie!” – Werner Berger, Guinness World Records Holder, as the oldest person in the world to have completed the 7 Summit Climbs (The Messner-7).

To learn more about DR. LYDIE LOUIS, PH.D. ESQ. or reserve a time to speak with her directly about your business or personal legal goals go to  https://linktr.ee/DrLydie

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Bestselling Book from Psychotherapist Amy Carpenter Reveals What Parents Need to Know to Help Teens Stay Smart, Strong, and Safe from Sexual Harassment and Assault 

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While the #MeToo movement has made a significant impact in raising awareness of sexual assault and harassment, experts say more needs to be done to empower those most at risk.

“The #MeToo movement helped break down the walls of secrecy and shame that have always existed around the issue of sexual violence,” says psychotherapist Amy Carpenter, author of the bestselling book, Be Strong, Be Wise: The Young Adult’s Guide to Sexual Assault Awareness and Personal Safety. “Since half of all victims are between the ages of 18 and 34, it’s crucial that we carry the movement forward by empowering young men, women and non-binary youth to learn ways of keeping themselves and others safe.”

Carpenter, who has nearly twenty-five years of experience treating sexual assault victims, collaborates with schools and youth organizations to offer a curriculum that teaches young people how to lower their risk of while also building healthy connections with others. Her approach has proven to double awareness scores, meaning participants leave her program with a much clearer sense of how to keep themselves safe.

The drive to make a difference is personal for Amy Carpenter. “As a parent, psychotherapist, and assault survivor, I know all too well the importance of arming our young adults with the knowledge they need to safeguard themselves,” she says.

According to Carpenter, teens are exposed to a staggering amount of explicit content on their computers and smart phones every day – which creates an opportunity for parents and educators. “In my experience, young people are more eager than we think they are to find a safe place where they can process everything,” she says. Because discussing sexual ethics with young people is not easy, Carpenter has identified three primary conversation obstacles and how to overcome them:

1. Be willing to feel uncomfortable. Carpenter teaches that learning to get comfortable with uncomfortable subject matter is the first step to having an effective conversation. “When adults are afraid to talk about something, the fear often causes us to broach the subject from the wrong angle,” she says. “The best way to overcome that fear is to accept that it’s part of the process. If we wait until we’re comfortable, we may never have these important conversations.”

2. Ask better questions. According to Carpenter, asking the right reflective questions helps teens build empathy and awareness when someone they know has been assaulted. “In sorting through the details of harassment or assault, teen groups are often polarized and feel forced to ‘pick a side’ in a bid to maintain their social standing,” Carpenter explains. “To overcome this tendency, instead of asking, ‘What happened and what are people saying about it?’ ask, ‘What would you say or do if someone tried to cross your personal boundaries?’”

3. Get on the same page. “This is a vast subject, and many people struggle with knowing where to begin,” Carpenter says. “Exploring the sexual assault definition (which many young people don’t know) is a great place to start a dialogue.”

Carpenter’s book comes highly recommended for parents and educators who need extra help with those difficult conversations with young people.

Be Strong, Be Wise is an invaluable resource to help young women and men navigate the complexities of social and sexual situations in order to prevent and protect themselves,” says Dr. Nina Silberman, psychologist and parent. “Amy’s book is written in clear, straightforward language that interweaves real life vignettes, statistical data, concrete strategies, thought-provoking questions, practical guidance, and vital resources that make this book a must-read.”

While awareness of sexual harassment is at an all-time high, there is still a lot of work to be done. About 60% of women polled by Time magazine said that their work environment has not changed since the #MeToo movement, and half of them said that they are no more likely to report sexual harassment now than before. Yet Carpenter is encouraged by the open, honest conversations she has had with young people in classes she has taught. “In many ways, young people are able to hold meaningful conversation on topics adults still struggle with, since they’ve grown up in the digital age. I can see this trend continuing and it gives me hope,” she says. “Young people are advocating for themselves in profoundly personal ways; it’s our job to respond as fully and mindfully as we can.”

Amy Carpenter is a psychotherapist, life coach, and bestselling author with more than twenty-five years of experience in child welfare, youth advocacy, and sexual safety education. She is the bestselling author of Be Strong, Be Wise: The Young Adult’s Guide to Sexual Assault Awareness and Personal Safety and creator of the Be Strong, Be Wise sexual safety education program. Her writings and educational curricula are utilized by schools, youth organizations, and families to empower young people with tools that build confidence and support healthy relationships. She is a speaker, group leader, and co-founder of several community organizations designed to meet the needs of children and families. In 2018, Carpenter was named the Maine Writers and Publisher’s Alliance Ilgenfritz Scholar for writers of non-fiction.

To learn more about books, programs, and other educational resources available from Amy Carpenter, visit bestrongbewise.com.

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Bestselling Book from Psychotherapist Amy Carpenter Reveals What Parents Need to Know to Help Teens Stay Smart, Strong, and Safe from Sexual Assault 

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While the #MeToo movement has made a significant impact in raising awareness of sexual assault and sexual harassment, experts say more needs to be done to empower those most at risk.

According to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN), a sexual assault occurs about every ninety-two seconds in the United States, and more than half involve young adults aged 18 to 34. What makes these statistics even more troubling is that most sexual assault data is substantially understated; the ACLU has estimated that 95% of rapes on college campuses are never even reported.

“The #MeToo movement helped break down the walls of secrecy and shame that have always existed around the issue of sexual violence,” says psychotherapist Amy Carpenter, author of the bestselling book, Be Strong, Be Wise: The Young Adult’s Guide to Sexual Assault Awareness and Personal Safety. “Since half of all victims are between the ages of 18 and 34, it’s crucial that we carry the movement forward by empowering young men, women and non-binary youth to learn ways of keeping themselves and others safe.”

Carpenter, who has nearly twenty-five years of experience treating sexual assault victims, collaborates with schools and youth organizations to offer a curriculum that teaches young people how to lower risk of sexual assault while also building healthy connections with others. Her approach has proven to double awareness scores, meaning participants leave her program with a much clearer sense of how to keep themselves safe.

The drive to make a difference is personal for Amy Carpenter. “As a parent, psychotherapist, and assault survivor, I know all too well the importance of arming our young adults with the knowledge they need to safeguard themselves,” she says.

According to Carpenter, teens are exposed to a staggering amount of sexual content on their computers and smart phones every day – which creates an opportunity for parents and educators. “In my experience, young people are more eager than we think they are to find a safe place where they can process everything,” she says. Because discussing sexual ethics with young people is not easy, Carpenter has identified three primary conversation obstacles and how to overcome them:

1. Be willing to feel uncomfortable. Carpenter teaches that learning to get comfortable with uncomfortable subject matter is the first step to having an effective conversation. “When adults are afraid to talk about something, the fear often causes us to broach the subject from the wrong angle,” she says. “The best way to overcome that fear is to accept that it’s part of the process. If we wait until we’re comfortable, we may never have these important conversations.”

2. Ask better questions. According to Carpenter, asking the right reflective questions helps teens build empathy and awareness when someone they know has been assaulted. “In sorting through the details of a sexual assault, teen groups are often polarized and feel forced to ‘pick a side’ in a bid to maintain their social standing,” Carpenter explains. “To overcome this tendency, instead of asking, ‘What happened and what are people saying about it?’ ask, ‘What would you say or do if someone tried to cross your sexual boundary?’”

3. Get on the same page. “Sexual safety is a vast subject, and many people struggle with knowing where to begin,” Carpenter says. “Exploring the sexual assault definition (which many young people don’t know) is a great place to start a dialogue.”

Carpenter’s book comes highly recommended for parents and educators who need extra help with those difficult conversations with young people.

Be Strong, Be Wise is an invaluable resource to help young women and men navigate the complexities of social and sexual situations in order to prevent and protect themselves from unwanted sexual assault,” says Dr. Nina Silberman, psychologist and parent. “Amy’s book is written in clear, straightforward language that interweaves real life vignettes, statistical data, concrete strategies, thought-provoking questions, practical guidance, and vital resources that make this book a must-read.”

While awareness of sexual harassment is at an all-time high, there is still a lot of work to be done. About 60% of women polled by Time magazine said that their work environment has not changed since the #MeToo movement, and half of them said that they are no more likely to report sexual harassment now than before. Yet Carpenter is encouraged by the open, honest conversations she has had with young people in classes she has taught. “In many ways, young people are able to hold meaningful conversation on topics adults still struggle with, since they’ve grown up in the digital age. I can see this trend continuing and it gives me hope,” she says. “Young people are advocating for themselves in profoundly personal ways; it’s our job to respond as fully and mindfully as we can.”

Amy Carpenter is a psychotherapist, life coach, and bestselling author with more than twenty-five years of experience in child welfare, youth advocacy, and sexual safety education. She is the bestselling author of Be Strong, Be Wise: The Young Adult’s Guide to Sexual Assault Awareness and Personal Safety and creator of the Be Strong, Be Wise sexual safety education program. Her writings and educational curricula are utilized by schools, youth organizations, and families to empower young people with tools that build confidence and support healthy relationships. She is a speaker, group leader, and co-founder of several community organizations designed to meet the needs of children and families. In 2018, Carpenter was named the Maine Writers and Publisher’s Alliance Ilgenfritz Scholar for writers of non-fiction.

To learn more about books, programs, and other educational resources available from Amy Carpenter, visit bestrongbewise.com.

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Leading Attorneys Focusing On Elder Law and Estate Planning To Be Featured In New Amazon Book Benefiting Charity Titled Leading Counsel

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Publisher and Radio Host Mark Imperial spotlights Attorneys focusing on Elder Law and Estate Planning for a new book titled “Leading Counsel: Spotlights on Top Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys,” benefiting charity.

Mark Imperial, Founder of Remarkable Radio and Press, confirmed he has officially started Nationwide interviews to feature just 10 Leading Attorneys focusing on Elder Law and Estate Planning in the new book titled, “Leading Counsel: Spotlights on Top Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys”, benefiting charity.

Imperial states, “The charity will benefit from being featured in the book for direct donations, the publicity and media coverage that results, along with a pledge of 100% of the retail royalties.”

“Out of nearly one hundred interviews with Attorneys, we are choosing only 10 for this book for exclusivity and brevity.” Imperial continued, “What we do differently is we register each Attorney as an Author of the book on Amazon, which appears in search when their referrals or prospects research to choose an Attorney. Books on Amazon like this often rank higher than their own website, and they are seen on Amazon and other booksellers as Published Authors.”

This book is important because Imperial explained, “The pandemic has placed a big spotlight on the lack of knowledge and preparation in many families’ lives. I am eager to raise awareness on this topic. I want to offer a tremendous resource where leading attorneys can demonstrate their knowledge, connect with prospective clients, and separate themselves from their competition, which having this published book on Amazon and Kindle will provide, all while benefiting charity.”

Explaining the search process, Imperial said, “First, I interview up to 100 Attorneys on my radio or online magazine program. Then, my team suggests only 10 of those guests to invite to participate in the book. These are the folks who show us that they are true advocates for the success of their clients. ”

Attorneys with a focus on Elder Law and/or Estate Planning who are interested in participating in this no-fee project can learn more and apply at:
https://go.booksgrowbusiness.com/youareinvited

Imperial said, “For the Attorneys chosen to be included in the book, there is no fee. We simply ask for a small contribution to overhead to help cover editing c, layout design, publishing, and to cover the media release costs.”

Imperial went on to explain, “We are a specialized book publisher that helps Attorneys and Professionals publish their own books to grow their businesses and leave a legacy. These charity books are how we help causes and these professionals at the same time.”

“Leading Counsel: Spotlights on Top Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys” is scheduled for release within 90 days.

Imperial went on to describe the benefits of participating in this book by saying, “From the publicity we receive from our books, we anticipate a lot of exposure around this project, for both the charity and the Attorneys we select to feature. Our readers get great information, our charity gets much-needed exposure, and our Attorneys get published in print, appear on our radio program, and get great exposure for their practices in the news. Having published over 200 folks in our books to date, it is always a winner for everyone involved.”

Attorneys with a focus on Elder Law and/or Estate Planning interested in participating in this no-fee project can learn more and apply at:

https://go.booksgrowbusiness.com/youareinvited

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