Linda P. Thompson empowers individuals to be the best person ever by displaying a balance with work and in their everyday personal lives. She assist them with goals designed for reinventing their lives and making positive changes. She has guided many individuals in making positive lifestyle changes. She inspires to be whole in every area of life. She is a Certified Health and Life Coach, and Author Speaker.
She is the author of two books. The books are Jealousy or Envy: Is There a Killer in You? Stop the War within and be set free, and Speak Positively and Expect The Victory-Words of Wisdom. Jealousy or Envy : Is there a killer in you? This book is in regards to being talked about negatively, competing in a negative way and being betrayed. As the title mentions a killer, the killer that she has mentioned is killing a person dreams and reputation with harsh words. Words can bring life or kill by what is said. She stressed the need to learn to celebrate other people successes. It also address being betrayed by a friend, partner or coworker and how to handle it from a spiritual stand point. For those who love biblical scriptures for strength and encouragement, this will be a very good uplifting book.
Speak Positively and Expect The Victory -Words of Wisdom is to be used as a Guidebook. It is written to skip around to the chapter of interest. It doesn’t have to be read in order due to it’s not a story teller. This book is a book of nuggets regarding marriage, parenting, health, singleness, etc. Both books are being used in book clubs, workshops, conferences, etc. Both are on major online book stores.
She recently retired after twenty seven plus years of experience in Public Health as a Maternity Social Worker coaching and mentoring individuals and families to adapt a better life and goal setting. She taught life skills classes, parenting classes and was involved in many community organization events such as Special Olympics, Foster Grandparents, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Habitat for Humanity, etc.
At her retirement luncheon, she was was presented with the Old North State Award from Governor Roy Cooper for her community service for 27 plus years. She was nominated by her coworkers in 2018.