Why Suzanne Prince Decided to Start “The Identity Queen”

    When Suzanne was barely 16, she decided that she wanted to move out of her parents’ home. Her main wish was to start working in order to support herself, as well as to work for herself. And, as you could have imagined, it has been hard for her. She has struggled through life, making money where she could, surviving day-by-day, and providing for herself. That all changed when she had her first daughter at the age of 17. Now, Suzanne did not only have to provide for herself but for her daughter as well. Though it was one of the biggest responsibilities that she ever had in her life, she never looked at it as something that could hinder her – instead she took it in her stride, and she never looked back.

    For many years, Suzanne struggled with chronic pain and physical illness, however, she never allowed anything or anyone to hold her back, and somehow she always managed to get back on her feet, and move forward. For four years, Suzanne worked as a counselor at a doctor’s office, but she was working there for free. The fact that she was working for free took a big toll on her family – they almost lost their home, her health was worsening, and she just felt like she needed to make a major change in her life.

    That is when the idea of “The Identity Queen” was born and when her self-employed journey started. Today, Suzanne Prince is the founder and CEO of her company “The Identity Queen”. The goal of her company is to help women from all walks of life figure out who they truly are, to change into their best selves, and to pull them out of the dark where they can no longer hide who they truly are. Suzanne wants to teach women to feel comfortable in their own skin, to celebrate themselves, and to stop hiding.

    Suzanne has stated several times that one of her greatest life and business achievements are when she saw how much success she has had with women and girls from all over the world and to know that they now entirely love and appreciate themselves is what makes her entirely sure that she is on the right path. She also added that she loves her job and that she would not change her chance of impacting so many lives on a daily basis for anything else.

    She has a collection of eleven qualifications including ones in psychotherapy, psychology, counseling, and hypnotherapy. Suzanne has spent over twenty-one years helping and supporting people from all walks of life, she also spent sixteen years of coaching people one-on-one coaching sessions, as well as twelve years working as a healer. She has supported over 500 strong women, from 15 different countries with her coaching sessions and methods, and she has successfully though over 150 students.

    Conclusion

    You might have been able to figure out that Suzanne’s end goal is to support as many women as she can, as well as help them find their true selves through her coaching session. She wants all women to be who they are – without being told how they should feel, what they should say, and who they are supposed to be. She is currently working on online masterclasses that will serve as an inspiration to women on their self-improvement journey.

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      Tony Delgado ( @disruptceo ) is a Puerto Rican-American software developer, businessman, activist, philanthropist, tech entrepreneur, and founder of Disrupt Magazine.

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