McLendon Featured Author in New IAPLC Book

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (June 27, 2012) – Sherri L. McLendon of Professional Moneta International, Weaverville, is a featured author in a new book, How To Create A Rich, Successful, and Fulfilling Life: Dynamic Tools for Overcoming Obstacles and Creating Rapid Transformation, published by International Association of Professional Life Coaches™ (IAPLC). Full book details here.

McLendon, a recognized feminine business leader and expert in spiritual marketing public relations, authors a chapter entitled, “The Seat of Feminine Power: the Role of Money and Spirit in Business,”which explores the archetype of the ancient Roman money goddess, Juno Moneta, and the money messages she carries for entrepreneurs today.

“Integrating spirituality into money and marketing through quality coaching is part of my higher calling,” says McLendon. “I’m committed to the return of the sacred feminine to its rightful place as the source of abundance and prosperity, and the creation of economy which sustains the Earth and all her peoples – one person at a time.”

Professional Moneta’s emerging presence attracts clients across the U.S. and Canada, and garners regular attention in Europe, South and Central America. In 2012, Professional Moneta was a finalist for a “startup of the year” award by TechVibes.

“Sherri writes to open hearts, inspire transformations, and spark the exciting growth process right now,” says Jeannette Koczela, president of IAPLC. “You’ll find that same level of excitement and commitment from her co-authors, whose contributions include practical advice for overcoming obstacles, making
transformations, and collectively healing the planet.”

For more information about Sherri McLendon, Professional Moneta International, visit the website at,  The book is available at

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