Respected by colleagues as an effective problem solver, Te-erra offers years of experience as a successful entrepreneur, leader, and financial professional. In her newly released series, “Money Mindset,” Te-erra shares a unique and valuable perspective about the relationship individuals have with money and how their views effect their “Bottom Line.” She shares practical recommendations of what everyone should do to change their relationship with money. Te-erra is also the author of, “The Little Black Book of Common Cents,” “Love & Finance,” “Keeping your marriage together,” and “Resolve conflict in your marriage.” All her novels are based off of experiences she’s gone through and how she overcame. Te-erra is actively engaged in personal growth and development while continuously sharing her progress year after year. In addition to her unwavering faith, Te-erra attributes much of her success to the training and development she received while attending Sojourner Douglass College.
As Brand Ambassador of Thee Insurance Lady, LLC, Te-erra’s personal mission is to educate each person one by one with literature, coaching, and seminars as she leads and impacts social change.
How your Relationship with Money is Affecting your income
Shifting your Money Mindset
Budgeting and Cutting Expenses without Sacrificing your Lifestyle
The Effects Finance has on your Marriage: Let’s Fix It!
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING…
“Your unique style was against the grain, inspirational, and empowering. Your speaking method engaged me causing me to look within for answers.” Sharon Kline
“Te-erra is an amazing speaker. Her enthusiasm for the material and instruction are almost tangible. Being vulnerable enough to share pieces of herself makes her Extremely Relatable and so Real! I was Enamored with her knowledge of the subject matter and ability to share real life examples.” Eileen Bradley
“Te-erra’s purpose driven with true enthusiasm for life. I was blessed to meet this professional woman of color. Her message changed my life and how I approach my finances and personal life.” Janice Thompson