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Tiphani N. Montgomery
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When I was 12, they told me I was stupid -- and prescribed "smart pills" (aka Ritalin) to wrestle my brain into a state of submission. I fed them to my Rottweiler. They worked like a charm.

When I was 21, they told me I’d never amount to anything -- so I took my baby daughter, moved to a new state, self-published a book of poetry, and sold 2,500 copies in less than a month... from behind the bar where I mixed drinks and hustled tips.

When I was 25, my college GPA was an abysmal 0.0 -- so I dropped out. Wrote my first (of four) novels in two and a half months. And landed on the Essence magazine bestseller list seven separate times -- including the #1 spot.

I'm a motivational speaker and a master of manifestation.

I’m synthesizing everything I’ve studied, experienced, and created in the realms of relationships, entrepreneurship and single parenting into my GET UP & GO HARDER empire.

From 1-on-1 coaching and live onstage workshops and keynote speeches, everything I’m serving up is designed to help you BELIEVE in your intuitive genius, TRUST your pro-active decisions, and LIVE your life as if you’ve already arrived, precisely where you want to be.

Watching me speak LIVE is wild. It’s spiritual. And let me tell you -- it is ABSOLUTELY about cashflow, power & fearless self-promotion.

Blog Entries by Tiphani N. Montgomery

31 Ways To Live Life On Your Own Terms: A Fourth Of July Manifesto

(32) Comments | Posted July 3, 2012 | 10:16 PM

I was born on the Fourth of July... 31 years ago. When I was little my mom told me that all the red, white, and blue shenanigans were just for me. The fireworks, she confessed, were a gift from President Reagan, and he had called every American, on my behalf,...

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How to Get Over Getting Screwed

(1) Comments | Posted April 18, 2012 | 11:16 AM

A friend of mine owned an upscale boutique. She was happily engaged and her business, which was two years old at the time, was booming. At 33 years old, her vision for her life had come together and she was FINALLY living her dream.

And then it...

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The Danger of Being Forever Young: An Ode to Every Child Killed Before Their Time

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2012 | 4:13 PM

Our children are dying.

They aren't graduating from high school or college, they're being buried six feet under.

They aren't building families, they're building deaths counts. Prison sentences are no longer a punishment, yet a lifestyle that is foolishly looked forward to.

Expected. A badge of honor.

Whose fault is...

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How to Be Amazing When You Suck at Everything

(104) Comments | Posted February 22, 2012 | 7:30 AM

There was once a time in my life where I sucked at everything (yeah, I know... hard to believe!). I was in my early 20s and unsure of the world and all the broken promises life handed me. I was a freshman in college for three years straight and every...

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