About ME

Author | Interpersonal & Relationship Growth Coach | Speaker 

Entrepreneur | Inventor | Server of the Needy 

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BIO FOR KIMBERLY MITCHELL

As you can see, I wear a few hats; going back and forth depending on what is pertinent at the time. What you can read here is my bio about the first three listed; author, coach, and speaker.

Kimberly Mitchell, author of Loving with Purpose, uses the practices talked about in her book, and through her own life experiences, to share her insights and guidance on how to create better relationships through raising one’s own self-awareness, -esteem, and standards. She bases her philosophy on conscious choices, acceptance, and connecting to each other with purpose. Her methods help to quiet the turmoil that goes on inside of us during times of conflict and confusion. Her writing and seminars cover an array of topics; including dating, marriage, family dynamics, change, and other areas of personal development.

While working in Human Resources at a Fortune 500 company, Kim created and delivered presentations to managers and their employees. She has training in relationship and team building, parenting, diversity, and self-improvement. Today, Kim has her own company, White Orchid Publishing LLC, where she shares knowledge through writing, interviews, seminars, and speaking engagements.

Kim was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is an author, speaker, and growth coach to young adults, abused women, seniors, and others who are in need. Recently, she presented to a local rotary club, church, and abuse center, was a guest panelist for Phenomenal Women of Focus, and was a featured author in Cincy Chic’s Magazine. She has interviewed on radio stations, WNKU and Q102, and appeared on television shows, such as The Power of Money, Cincinnality, and Living Dayton. Kim spends her time presenting her seminar, Expect to be Respected, along with writing her next book, for her website, and as a contributing editor to other sites raising awareness on personal growth. As a student of life, she believes that good or bad, personal experience is the best teacher.

Her book, Loving with Purpose, is about a woman’s choices; her choices in dating, marriage, with children, friends…even her finances. Although the book is of a positive nature, the heavier topics of abuse, criticism, cheating, and religion are covered, too.

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A Personal Note from the Author

Thank you for dropping by and welcome to my website, Loving with Purpose. I look forward to offering my insights and appreciate any feedback you want to share with me. For starters, here’s a bit about me.img_5230-4

At an early age, I wrote to satisfy my need to reach other people. If I wasn’t writing to a friend or journaling my thoughts, I was creating a framed work of art, or trying my hand at a poem or two; one of which was published in The National Library of Poetry.

Through this entire process, my main goal has been to help women get out of pain faster than I did…and that’s where Loving with Purpose comes in…

The inspiration to write Loving with Purpose came to me at dinner one night; simply by watching a couple make their way to a table. That was it! Since then, I’ve taken the long road of putting what I know to paper. The book started with one simple subject; chivalry, and before too long it took on a life of its own. The words spilled out of me…as if I had waited years to share what I had learned about parenting, dating, marriage, and all of the other relationship stuff that showed up in my life.

I genuinely have a deep desire to help others avoid situations that hamper their self-esteem and hold back their dreams. I believe my writing encourages people to do just that…find happiness within, to stand up for themselves, and to find the courage to do what needs to be done.

My tools and techniques have helped individuals and couples struggling in relationships, along with those who simply wanted to enhance their connections. With that said, the goal for many of us is to avoid the bad and advance directly toward good encounters…who wouldn’t! After all, learning to avoid any negative impact is a major time saver and a must for personal well-being. Tools like Loving with Purpose can serve as your guide, as you set your sights on what you really want out of your relationships.

With my passion for writing, and the variety of life experiences of over fifty years, I gained my knowledge and know-how from a whole host of connections. Predominantly, I have lived what I write…which means that I am a student of life. Still, through other opportunities afforded me in the past, and while I continue to make more connections and receive more opportunities now and in the future; all of it allows me to continue to learn and grow.

Most importantly, I have the good fortune of sharing my passion and purpose; that is, Loving with Purpose. What I teach in my writing gives meaning to what I truly believe. That is, you have the ability to create your own image of what you need and desire from your connections with tools that are available to you right now.

First, here are a few points about my purpose:

  • My goal is to inspire others and enrich their self-confidence so they take the best of themselves out into the world.
  • My hope is that people find the information they need to gain clarity in their relationships.
  • My dream is for women to begin again by building their own self-worth; taking steps to enhance their life this very instant, and
  • My quest is to see palpable change in the way people treat each other and themselves.

I’m a wife, mother, sister, daughter, and friend. I have three children, one of my own and two by marriage. We are all grown up now, but relationships are relationships, and everyone has their own individual personalities, no matter what age. I also have three grandchildren that I love so very much. They have taught me so much through the years and I’m grateful to watch as I learn from them with every encounter. I’m an author, coach, and speaker who is working toward creating happier relationships that work…for me and for you.

For men and women alike…it is the smallest of things we do that make the biggest difference in our lives…and in our children’s lives.

Enjoy and grow…and God bless you,

Kimberly Mitchell

http://www.lovingwithpurpose.org

BOOKS: Loving with Purpose – The Journeys You Take | The Choices You Make

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LovingwithPurpose

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/lovingpurpose/

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Loving_Purpose

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/Kmitchell0525

Google+: https://plus.google.com/101082901424488439033

MySpace: https://www.myspace.com/lovingwithpurpose

Tumblr: http://lovingwithpurpose.tumblr.com/

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  5. I love writing, too, Peach State! I think all writers who aren’t making a big pot of money go through the issue of others not seeing their work as important. I know I have seen a lot of that. Of course, we writers know we have something to offer…either to others or to ourselves. Keep up the writing and know there is someone out there reading what you write. Thanks for commenting and inspiring!

    Enjoy and grow!
    Kim

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  7. I love my time spent writing. My husband seems to brush it off and has made light of it with the occasional “You seem to write well…but then again I always could count of you for help composing my letters?”
    My writing allows for an escape and for my sense of humor to bloom. To be fair…my sense of humor blooms and grows around my friends.
    Keep up the good work!
    Peach State

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  9. As a gender and domestic violence specialist and victim’s advocate, I spend much time in the realm of relationship. – Thank you for sharing you kind wisdom.

  10. Hi Kim, I read a little about you and appreciate your connecting with me…
    If you have stories that are appropriate for either HandPrints or PawPrints I would love to read them and share them with my growing audience.

    I am also looking for guest bloggers. Love to hear from you to see what is of interest to you.
    Thanks again for writing to me.
    Much love and light,
    Marlene Moore Gordon

    • Thanks very much, Marlene. I’m sure I have some posts that are appropriate for your audience. I will send you a link or two to see if there is a place on your blog.

      Thanks again,
      Kim

  11. Hey Kim! Just read through your introduction; great job! I wish you the best of success w/your book! Make sure San Diego is on the book tour! Hope to see you on Oprah one day (soon)!

    Love ya,
    Vicki

  12. Kim!
    Somehow I ran across a photo of you on facebook, probably from Joan Jet. You look incredibly happy! Sounds like you have done great things with your life. I am very very happy for you!
    Helen Keller said: “Life is either a daring adventure, or else it is nothing.” (or something along those lines!)
    Good luck with your dreams!
    Love,
    Bob

    • Hi Bob – We’re actually friends on Facebook too. I’m not sure why you brought up the Helen Keller quote, but I share it in the very first pages of my book! I have a couple reasons why I chose that specific quote. Funny you brought that particular one up. “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.”

      Thank you so much for your well wishes. I wish the very best for you too. I’m certain you’re out there doing something to help someone else. You always were so kind and generous.

      Love ya back! Kim

  13. Hey Kim!
    I like the book cover where the woman is on her tip toes, kissing her man, the one in the sand of course!

    Also I like the last comment in your introduction of self, it is the smallest of things that make the biggest difference. It is the everday stuff that counts!

    Best of luck to you with regard to your book. It sounds like a heck of an experience and one that can’t be anything but growth with increased depth for you/your life.

    Peace
    Piper

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