A Farewell To Welfare The Course
Learn My Proven Method To Overcome Adversity & Prosper In Challenging Situations In Just 8 Sessions!
Despite your constant attempts to overcome a poverty mentality, depression and low self-esteem, do your efforts still amount to frustration and constant disappointments?
This course is created just for you!
I have experienced the same pain you have and am here to prove to you no matter what your circumstances, this is not how your story has to end. How do I know? I am Elease A. Wiggins, mother of two and former welfare recipient who is confident that if you properly apply A Farewell to Welfare method, you can replace feeling powerless with a new sense of purpose and motivation. In this course I share my own story only to prove to you the possibilities for your own future.
A Farewell to Welfare Course, with its proven, revolutionary and personalized system of planning and motivational techniques takes achieving your dreams to a whole new level! With it's detailed guidance, this course will help you determine how your natural gifts, education and personal experiences can become the foundation for your family's financial stability.
This course aims to help you clear away the doubts and distress that once plagued you to create a life that you’ve dreamed about -- but thought was unattainable. It is my belief that breaking the cycle of poverty must start in the mind, heart and spirit. If you properly apply A Farewell to Welfare method, you will not only accomplish your goals, it will lead to game changing results!
Brooklyn native Elease A. Wiggins is the founder and CEO of ELEASE, LLC, a trainer, speaker, consultant, self-published author, philanthropist and adjunct Professor of Sociology. Wiggins is a graduate of the Brooklyn Job Corps Academy, has an associate’s degree in public administration, a bachelor’s degree in applied business management from Medgar Evers College, and a master’s degree in urban studies from Queens College.
ELEASE, LLC is an New York City M/WBE certified social enterprise that seeks to sustain the economic development of communities through advocacy, consulting, educational materials and training, in-person and online leadership seminars, mentoring, motivational speaking, staffing and research.
In 2015, Wiggins was a finalist in the Queens Business Plan Competition in April, aptly named Black New Yorker of the Week by The New York Amsterdam News in August, and New Jersey’s Leading Women Entrepreneur & Intrapreneur finalist in September. Also in 2015, Wiggins released her first self-published book titled, A Farewell to Welfare: 25 Strategies to Freedom, Independence and Prosperity, which focuses on helping individuals overcome mental, physical and spiritual poverty through sharing stories, statistics, strategies and solutions. The Queens Public Library has A Farewell to Welfare categorized in the Economics / Finance section. In addition, A Farewell to Welfare has a five-star rating on Amazon.com, and retails for $19.95.
Wiggins facilitated a seminar at an adult GED program in Brownsville, where self-improvement strategies are taught while promoting literacy. The curriculum for the course was created from A Farewell to Welfare, as it was used as a textbook in the course. In addition, she conducts seminars at shelters, libraries, and Job Corps centers throughout the country. Wiggins also host, Encouraging Conversations with Elease, a weekly radio program on Blog Talk Radio. Encouraging Conversations with Elease relates everyday situations to biblical stories and social-psychological theories to help listeners heal themselves, help others and honor the Creator
I am so thankful you have chosen to partner with me in achieving your goals. Today you know me as Elease A. Wiggins the entrepreneur, self- published author, speaker, trainer, and philanthropist. However, five years ago I was teaching at a community college for low-wages, in debt, receiving public assistance, suffering from anxiety attacks & acne, depressed, overweight, in an abusive relationship, while raising two children; but I was confident this was not how my story would end.
I admit, my college degrees are largely responsible for where and who I am today, However, I must say there were lessons I learned in life that college did teach me. For example, college did not teach me that temporary defeat is not failure or that fear largely exist in your mind. The U.S. educational system requires students spend twelve years acquiring theoretical knowledge, yet does not dedicate the same time to teach students how to use this theoretical knowledge to practically achieve their own personal goals; So here I am, sharing proven strategies with you that I use in my own life to achieve my goals. I pray these strategies work for you.
READY, SET, GROW!