Prolific Author Tam R. Luc Celebrates Positive Title IX Achievements and Pushes Businesswomen to the Next Level with Boss Up Summit
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The groundbreaking gender equity law made a lasting impact by increasing the participation of female in athletics - and further inspires women in business to "Boss Up"

LAS VEGAS - Californer -- As women all over the U.S. celebrate the groundbreaking sports achievements accomplished through Title IX, one publishing pioneer salutes their success. Meet Tamira "Tam" R. Luc, publisher of the best-selling series Women Who BossUp! On this 50th anniversary of Title IX, which leveled the playing field for women in college sports, Tam acknowledges those strides while highlighting women in other industries which faced similar challenges.

For years women have spilled blood, sweat, and tears on the basketball courts and soccer field in a male-dominated arena, and in that same spirit Tam has tackled the publishing world and won.

This prolific writer has several best-selling books under her belt and a children's series too. Through the successful BossUp franchise Tam plans to publish 250 versions of the best sellers with titles like "Latinas Who BossUp," "Asian Trailblazers Who BossUp," "International Women of Color Who Boss Up," and for those who need a shift: "Women Who Boss Up Post Pandemic." Tam knows women shape our world, and she amplifies their voices and contributions to society through this endearing series.

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As the Founder of Women with Vision International, Tam says it's her mission to "Help Women Soar!" Through her coaching sessions, writing courses, publishing house, and international events, Tam is impacting the world. This melanated 5'11 beauty is a spokeswoman for success in every area, from business insights to love.

In her book, "The Right End of the Chase," Tam unveils the secrets to finding the right man and making him commit. She is a powerhouse in publishing, but her end goal is to see women made whole and, more importantly, to find their purpose. Through her mastermind classes and award-winning books, she encourages women to seek the answer to this question: "What is this thing you have in your soul that you need to bring out?"

Tam's purpose is evident as her readers are transfixed by her every word, drawn in by her transparent storytelling style. In her books and speeches, Tam shares her arduous journey to packed out platforms throughout the country.

The one-time divorcee and single mom shares how she lost her marriage and financial well-being in an instant. In that state of despair when she was unhoused and sleeping on a friend's couch, she had her AHA moment that her "story has the power to change people's lives."

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Despite that dire situation, she soon found she had the gift of writing, and now her tales of resilience have manifested into a worldwide following. Research shows women are starting businesses in record numbers, and Tam has a message for go-getters ready to shift into fifth gear.

Tam tells clients, "Until you know what you are trying to say and what your message is for this world, it will not give you the energy you need to sustain the hard part of the business." She adds, "Business isn't easy," and that is why organizations such as Women with Vision International are vital to the success of women business owners.

Tam's latest endeavor is the popular Women Who Boss Up Summit. The virtual event is coming this October and promises to teach attendees how to scale their business and collaborate with others. The event's mission is "to get more clarity, community, and confidence to build a business that is rooted in your freedom and purpose."

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Source: Women with Vision International
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