About S. Renee

S. Renee Smith is a nationally recognized self-esteem, branding and communications expert, coach and speaker who is passionate about sharing her philosophy on personal, professional, and spiritual growth. Teased and bullied, at age 12 she read her first book on self-development and became hooked after she applied what she learned and was voted by her peers queen of the school, most popular, best personality and friendliest.

Angst by her own experiences of being bullied at work, she is on a mission is inspire individuals to go within to discover the truth of who they are, courageously speak up for themselves and confidently pursue their deepest desires whether in the workplace or as an entrepreneur.

She is a a clear thinker, who offers readers practical, easy to follow advice on how to  discover their truth and distinguish themselves as they seek personal, professional and spiritual success.

She is author of these popular titles:

There Is More Inside Personal Essential to Living a Power Packed Life

The Bridge to Your Brand Likability, Marketability and Credibility

Our Hearts Wonder Prayers to Heal Your Heart and Calm Your Soul

Self-Esteem for Dummies

5 Steps to Assertiveness How to Communicate with Confidence and Get What You Want

Her primary website is www.srenee.com.

 

7 Replies to “About S. Renee”

  1. My primary professional role has been educator (28 years). Most of my work life, I was also employed part-time in education-related areas or retail sales. I had limited opportunity and prospects for professional/social connections outside of my isolated niches. I now want to take my experience and skills into the business arena. I am no longer employed, and recently enrolled in graduate studies that will lead to a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration, Nonprofit Management and Leadership. I live within a metropolitan area, am about to turn 54 years of age, and a single black woman. Grasping the new wave of technology, refining my personal image, and making business connections appear to be challenges akin to an on-line graduate program completion. I expect, and want to work for at least another 10-15 years. What advice do you have for me?

  2. Greetings S. Renee!

    I am in the midst of transition, personally and professionally. Support and guidance is invaluable and I plan to follow your Blog. We have Delaware State University in common and much more.

    Thanks for being an inspiration!

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