Licia loves teaching people how to listen to and trust their intuition on a daily basis even though she realizes she may work herself out of a job because of it.
Please enjoy the tips and findings that Licia shares in this interview.
Enjoy the interview.
In this episode, I interview psychic Licia Morelli, a clairvoyant psychic, intuition expert, speaker, and author.
You can find her on
- You can connect with her on:
- Twitter @madamelicia
- Licia Morelli Author, Speaker, Coach, and Media Personality on Linkedin
- Follow her on Facebook
After studying Contemplative Psychology at Naropa University and investigating a vast array of healing modalities, Licia began to define and sculpt her psychic gifts. For more than ten years, she has seen clients all over the world for coaching and clairvoyant readings.
Licia’s first children’s book, The Lemonade Hurricane, a story about mindfulness and meditation will be out in August 2015. Licia is also the founder of The House of Woo and loves teaching people how to listen to and trust their intuition on a daily basis (even though she realizes she may work herself out of a job because of it.)
She is also the author of the Goosebumpfactor – an ebook and audio that she sells on her website.
When she’s not invading the psychic sphere you can often find Licia eating frozen yogurt and searching for witty banter.
Oh, an I forgot to ask about the tattoo on her ankle, Spiderman?
I like the following quotes and remarks from the interview:
- What she liked about B-school:
1. Marie understands the internet and finding your niche
2. The community behind the program in the Facebook group
3. The Joy in copywriting and how important that is
- Begin with lots of one-on-one coaching, make some money, save some money and get the experience
- Have 3 numbers for your launch goals: Good, Better and Best.
Licia and I mentioned the interview with Soness Stevens, you can listen to it here http://numberonecoachbiz.com/start-speaking-journey-now-soness-stevens/
People that Licia mentioned during the interview: