Arika Clark Alejo

Certified Professional Coach | Speaker | Motivator

Free Self Improvement Speaker in Chicago

  • Today is not Yesterday.

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    Every person is unique in how they view the world around them. It is our experiences and values that we use to perceive the world. Often, this limits us and hold us back from being more productive, less stressed, and feeling more pleasure because of the assumptions we make. During this talk learn about the seven levels of energy that we bring to the table and how each of them can help and hinder us from the things we most desire. MORE >

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  • Say Yes…

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    This talk, created for people who are ready to take action and start making big changes, is about digging deep. Understanding that by being more present, intentional, and accountable we can experience more fulfillment out of life. Say yes to more happiness! Say yes to better sleep! Say yes to more love! Say yes...

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  • I just went through that, now what?

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    You get divorced, relocate jobs, your kid moves away for college, or you have some other life-changing moment. Today is a new day! This talk inspires people who have experienced a significant life transition toward understanding how to make most out of this “new” life and start seeing the opportunities. While our old story will always be a part of us, it does not have to define our future. MORE >

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  • "Thank you, Arika! This was so useful to my job! You are an engaging presenter and I loved the visual aids and handouts, they really supported the material in the presentation." -Susen S.

    "Awesome presenter, she spoke clearly took time for questions, very professional. Gave real-life examples and helpful problem solving solutions." - Kelly

    "My expectations were average, but Arika was GREAT! I always am motivated to continue to advance professionally, and Arika's presentation was a good "carrot on a stick" to aim higher." -Diane F.