Loren Slocum Lahav FAQ
By Loren Slocum Lahav
What is your personal story and how did you get to where you are today?
Ever since I was a young girl, I always fought for the underdog. My belief has always been that everyone deserves a chance to find his/her place. For the past 14 years I have been coaching and working with people all over the world from Malaysia to England. I am all about women reclaiming who they are and the spirit of being a woman! I have really focused on getting people to move from their head to their heart. Getting women to bring out the girlie girl, feminine and honor themselves.
My husband gave me the nickname Lobella that means “the beautiful one”. I feel that him giving me that nickname has encouraged me to always remember who I am at my core and it is a must for me to help women rediscover the lessons I have learned. I remembered in order to be a great mom, wife, friend, business leader I must be a WOMAN first!
What makes you and your product unique?
Me! I make it unique. Because I am real! I am fun, playful and always thinking of whom to find what we really need. I am all about thinking of whom to find what we really need. I am all about helping women reclaim their passion. Be a strong, powerful woman will fully being feminine and becoming Gentle Strength which is all about being effortless vs. having to push to make things happen. My outcome is to publish more books in conjunction with an already established company, be their spokesperson and create seminars that can held in their establishments around the world.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
5 years: I see myself as one of the top 5 inspirational to women of all ages internationally. Being called upon by Larry king, CNN and other international TV stations about women’s issues and the ways to be an outstanding paren. (I am already doing this in my own arena I just need to grow into bigger forums) I am very aware of what is going on with people that is my gift. I see myself teaching seminars internationally in bigger forums and starting a foundation honoring women.
What has the media already said about you?
The media that I have worked with has said I am savvy, powerful and impactful. Every station that I have worked with asks me back to be on the show again and again.
I have lived in Fiji for the past 1 year as the facilitator (with my husband, Shore). We have taught over 95 programs that last 6 days and we have a different group that comes in every week. We have had participants from all over the world. See attached comments. Shore and I are an amazing dup. I truly believe we are a great product to market together. We both have so much skill but the biggest thing is our hearts to help people discover their gifts.
What media/marketing do you have available to you?
I feel very confident on TV and radio. I have a lot of resources available in London, Australia, Bali, Singapore and Malaysia. They are just waiting for me to call and say I am ready to kick butt!!!
How would you best describe yourself in one sentence?
Authentic to the core and always true to herself and what she stands for. Strive to be a better person every minute of the day, push people to step into their greatness.
How would you like to be perceived by the public?
Authentic, a real live woman who understands what I am going through… An amazing listener who brings people back to the truth of who they are.
What is most important thing about your work?
It is a must for women to return to who they are. I know I am the person to deliver the message. I am authentic. I have no ego about what I am here to for it. I just need someone to believe and “Discover” me. They will love me once they get to know me and how real I am.
What do you dislike the most about how your work is perceived?
People who have not seen me from the front of the room or working with someone have no idea how powerful I am.
What are the best interviews you have done?
I have had some great interviews on the Chris Debello Show, AM Northwest, WLOS, Be the Star you are.
Where can we get your books?
Amazon. The book has sold out otherwise… time to do another one!
Do you have a website, speaking brochure?
Yes, both. Website is being updated right now. Need your help as an idea to focus on for a specific brochure.
What would you like to begin and do you have a deadline?
I am committed to creating a brand NOW! I am ready to get on with it no matter what I need to do! Move to NY for a few months. I have to begin my life and just just how powerful and inspiration I AM.
Do you have an opinion of where you want to be in the media?
I want to be the spokesperson for a great company who is truly adding the value to people’s lives by keeping them inspired through their products and services.
Are you team player?
That’s what it is all about! It is what I talked about for over 15 years!
What product can be associated with you?
Anything that is good for you! Something related to health because I have been teaching it for the past 40 events. Something for parents: because of my book. Something for travel: because of all my travel by myself and with my kids. Something for working with your spouse.
Books and tapes: because that is why I am where I am, I am so hungry to learn and grow.
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Loren Slocum Lahav
Loren Slocum Lahav is a sought-after expert, author, speaker & entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in the personal development and life-coaching industry.
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