Wednesday Wonder Woman: LaKisha Mosley

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A native of Louisiana, LaKisha Mosley started in the event planning industry 5 years ago, as a solo entrepreneur. The Aspiring Planner program, a program for those aspiring to become a successful event planner and maintain their business, was started after LaKisha was invited to do a conference call about event planning. Learn more about today’s Wonder Woman, LaKisha, below.

SwagHer: How would you describe your swagher? What makes LaKisha, LaKisha?

LaKisha: I would describe my swagher as very confident but humble. I’m loud and funny. I have a huge personality. When I walk into a room, I definitely own it. You will know I’m there, and you will not forget me! I have a fierce love for God, and my faith is very important to me.


SwagHer: Tell us a little about how the Aspiring Planner was started?

LaKisha: I was invited to a conference call by Teresa Morrison to talk about the event planning industry. The call had a great number of guests who seemed very interested in the business. While researching some things for the call, I started toying with the idea of helping others start this business, but had dismissed it. The response was so overwhelming on the call that I announced I would start having conference calls about the business and gave a date. At this time, I only had a name, but no outline or format of how this business would go.


SwagHer: What do you enjoy most about event planning?

LaKisha: I really love everything about event planning, but I think my favorite part is the relationship I build with my clients. That is more important to me than anything.


SwagHer: What’s one quote you live by or one of your favorite quotes and why?

LaKisha: Success is not given, it’s earned.

This quote reminds me that I have had to work for everything I want. It may not be easy, but it will be worth it.


SwagHer: What is one obstacle externally or internally you overcame building your brand and how did you do so?

LaKisha: Being without a place to stay was a huge obstacle to overcome. After my divorce, I lost almost everything, but my faith in God and my two children.

I was only able to sustain during that time by totally depending on God.  It was my faith in Him that allowed me to keep going even when I wanted to give up. The love from my children gave me the motivation to get up every day and keep fighting. I chose to not focus on my circumstances, because they were only temporary. I chose to focus on coming out of it and hopefully encouraging others.


SwagHer: Do you have any tips you care to share for planning events in the spring?

LaKisha: The Spring is a great time for planning events such as brunches and teas. It’s also wedding season. This is a perfect time to plan that outdoor event with lots of light colors such as pinks and yellows. I would start planning early and have a contingency plan just in case your outdoor event is affected by the weather.


SwagHer: Do you have any upcoming events or projects you care to share?

LaKisha: The Aspiring Planner has online courses coming out by the summer. I will start my conference calls back in July. Currently, my main focus has been to get The Aspiring Planner in front of an even larger and more diverse audience.


Keep up with LaKisha below:

Twitter: @theaspiringplnr

Instagram: @theaspiringplanner

Facebook: @theaspiringplanner




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