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Motivating the Masses and New York Times Best-Selling Author and Renowned Motivational Speaker, Lisa Nichols, Introduces iAm Motivated

Today, New York Times best selling author and renowned motivational speaker Lisa Nichols introduced iAm Motivated, a motivational mobile application that will deliver a daily dose of inspiration via video messages shot using the latest 3D technology.

Lisa Nichols is the founder and CEO of Motivating the Masses, a top training and development company that teaches mediation tips based on four basic quadrants to achieve success. The quadrants include:

  • Wealth and Finance
  • Relationships
  • Health and Wellness
  • Spirituality

The iAm Motivated app is designed with the intention to teach users how to “live the life they love, and love the life they live.” Each day, users will have the most in-demand and renowned motivational speaker at their fingertips, where they will receive food for thought on how to invite positive change into their lives and turn dreams into actions. With something as simple as the way one starts their day, one can define and set the tone for their productivity and accomplishments.

“We are really focused on building an app that anyone can benefit from and relate to,” said Lisa Nichols, founder and CEO of Motivating the Masses. “We built a dedicated, platform-optimized app focused on messages that resonate the loudest with our loyal followers worldwide.”

The app, developed by PreVision Tech Inc., features Lisa Nichols in 3D using the latest filming technology. The interface of the application is designed to be user friendly, with a compelling visualization of having Lisa walk out on the screen of the device with the slide of a notification reminder.

“With iAm Motivated by Lisa Nichols, our users can enjoy a daily dose of inspiration to kick off the day right, all from the convenience of their smartphones,” said Shehan Rajaratnam, CEO of PreVision Tech Inc. “The push notifications feature on our app also meets customer demand by providing users the option to receive daily notifications at a convenient time set by the users, such as the time they wake up everyday.”

The audio-only version of the application will also be available to users free of charge, which includes Lisa’s powerful messages in an audio-only format. The ad-free visual version of the application is available for purchase as a premium monthly subscription for $7.99.

ABOUT LISA NICHOLS:

Lisa hosts transformational workshops around the world that have impacted the lives of more than 210 thousand teens and more than 1 million adults. Not only is Lisa a New York Times best-selling author, but also has received many accolades throughout her career, including the Humanitarian Award from South Africa, the Ambassador of Good Will Award, Emotional literacy award and The Legoland Foundation’s Heart of Learning Award.

To learn more about and download iAm Motivated by Lisa Nichols and receive a 10-day free trial of the premium version, go to: www.iAmMotivatedApp.com.

ABOUT MOTIVATING THE MASSES:

Motivating the Masses is a top training and development company that services small businesses and corporate leaders with strategy, training and other resources such as online programs and live events to build their brands and businesses. The company specializes in business coaching, leadership development and success mindset. To learn more, visit www.motivatingthemasses.com.

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