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“My dream is to give you the advice, wisdom, and tools to help you overcome any challenge and to believe that you can – without question – lead a life that resonates with your passions and connects with your soul’s purpose.”

~Ashley M. Williams

Ashley M. Williams

The Ripple Effect of You Podcast

Navigating life and going after your dreams can be disheartening at times. That’s why I created my weekly video and podcast series, “The Ripple Effect of You”, to inspire and empower you to realize the incredible magnitude of your dreams and the limitless positive impact of your purpose.

In my book, I dive deep into leading readers to discover their life purpose using practices inspired by spiritual teachings. As I share powerful life lessons that I’ve learned during my career and my entrepreneurial journey, I aim to awaken readers to connecting with their intuition and authentic self.

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Purpose is within reach

From delivering speeches all over the world to those of the U.S. State Department, academic institutions, and corporations to speaking with young people in her hometown of metro Detroit, Ashley is on a mission to be catalyst of empowerment – pushing others to not only wholeheartedly believe in their impact, talents, and potential, but to also be greatly inspired to pursue their life purpose and dreams.

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As a serial entrepreneur, transformational speaker, author, and host, I love creating content to guide people to their *purpose*.

Baby Bao Bao made her public debut Saturday. Zoo officials of the Smithsonian National Zoo have extended hours of the panda den from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. so that visitors will have the chance to see the four-month-old.

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Let’s face it. It can be hard for parents to come to terms with the idea that their little boy or little girl is no longer “little.” But experts say parents should try to take a step back and let kids make their own decisions about how they dress.

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