Karissa Thomas an Award Winning Author and Speaker.
She teaches nationally through lectures on creating a shift in consciousness.
She travels widely and lives in New York City.
ABOUT Ms. Thomas consults with small and large organizations. She has spent 10 years in Sales and Business Development as well as serving in the manufacturing world as a Production Supervisor and Production Manager for Fortune 500 organizations as well as family owned private companies for many years.
Ms. Thomas is passionate about inspiring change within the self. Her philosophy derives from an innate place within her that was accessed through life experiences. She believes that only you can confront yourself to effect lasting change, and that the first step begins with self-honesty.
Ms. Thomas coaching clients reports that she has a dynamic personality and is exploding with creative energy; much of what they say they need to absorb into their lives. They also say she is dedicated to serving people in an artistic and methodological way; and that she is patient and committed to a result based coaching approach.
Ms. Thomas is the author of:
Uncertainty to Confidence: A New Way of Living Your Life.
Foolproof: A Woman’s Guide to Self Love, Strength, and Relationships.
To Be Release 2013 the first series of Management and Leadership books.
Awards 2010-2012 Living Now Book Awards 2011 Silver Medal Winner in Personal Development Karissa Thomas for Uncertainty to Confidence: A New Way of Living Your Life.
Reviews 2010-2012 Uncertainty to Confidence reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (12/10)
The author, Karissa Thomas, who is also a life coach, discusses the reasons for which we
have disconnected ourselves from our Source. Our Source is the place where we should go
to find answers regarding how best to live our lives. By disconnecting, we lose a very
important connection, and we fall out of the flow. She also goes over the reasons why we
might allow this to happen. Sometimes relationships get in our way, or we allow people to
manipulate us into being what we are not. Many times it is because we are not being honest
with ourselves, simply because we cannot handle the repercussions of what the truth really