Tonya Comer is a LIFEdesign advocate. In this role, she serves to help others by drawing upon her life and career experiences to inspire and advocate for others to have their own personal transformations. Through one-on-one coaching, public speaking and media outreach, Tonya guides others to find their passions, transform their businesses and find the courage to push forward their big idea.
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As a basis for her LIFEdesign advocacy, she has coined a set of principles that she calls, “My 7 Principles for Accomplishment.” These Principles are developed from the hard lessons she’s learned in her life and career, her strengths and gifts and the things that she must overcome in order to get where she wants to go next. She delivers a graceful, intriguing, authentic message when she speaks about the role the Principles play as she moves forward through all obstacles.
When asked about what topics appeal to her interest for speaking engagements, she states, “I am an interior designer, so people think that I am interested in speaking about the creative. That’s true; and I am a woman, an entrepreneur, an adventurous spirit and a survivor. I have a lot to contribute from all realms of myself and my life.”
Her commitment to bringing design to life was the inspiration for her LIFEdesign brand; and she brings it all to the table to inspire others to live according to their own design.
Women to Watch™ Media, LLC is a premium global platform for women’s leaders. In this interview, Tonya Comer discusses how her innate curiosity served her well as a child of a single mother growing up in a government housing project in Pittsburgh, PA. Armed with a strong education and diverse corporate experience, she would go on to become an award-winning entrepreneur with more on her mind than design.
Black Entrepreneur Blueprint was created to help educate and inspire black entrepreneurs to launch, build and grow successful businesses. In this podcast interview, Tonya shares how she transitioned from being employee to entrepreneur. She shares authentically about the courage it took to create her own product line and the ups and downs that led to the creation of her “7 Principles for Accomplishment.”