Leticia Ross is a recognized leading authority on communication for relationships. The Arkansas-born native is respected by her clienteles daily with her trademark ‘Blessings come later in life’ advice. Leticia has also worked for the #1 radio station in Memphis, Tn., HOT 107.1 as an account representative where she represented some of the top companies in the mid-south. Leticia is a franchise owner of Jan Pro Cleaning in Memphis, Tennessee. She is currently in her senior year of college at Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee. She is a philanthropist who owns and assists in the daily operations of NEXT LEVEL MANAGEMENT & SERVICES LLC, located in Memphis, Tn. and Atlanta, Ga. Her adventure filled messages to young women are jam-packed with near misses, struggles, strengths, courage and triumphs. From her life's experiences she has uncovered her purpose, discovered the power that lies within and recovered her spiritual self and has developed as a living testament to God's Omnipresent Peace, Authority and Existence.
The Cellular Effect Synopsis
Leticia feels as though a lot of emphasis has been placed on cellphones as well as social media sites. We probably have all heard by now some sort of situation involving Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. But the cell phone was the first culprit in Leticia’s case. In her book, The Cellular Effect, she first introduces who she is. She explains her younger years; explains the relationships she was in, all to give you the set up as to why she remained in her marriage. Her ex-husband committed awful offensives towards her, through his cellphone. To counteract, she changed what she was feeding. Anytime we are uplifted, our flesh is tested, she feed into the negatives. Scripture states that if we are to share in Gods Glory, we are to share in His suffering. There is a suffering we as believers are to endure. 1 Peter 4, states- If you are prepared to suffer for Christ you have decided to do away with immoral cravings; meaning, saying no to our flesh. Leticia believes in this. She feels text messaging, picture messaging, Facebook, Twitter, etc. can cause discontent in relationships, if not used responsibly.
What you blame you empower. I blame no one for my mistakes in life. I have grown. I have matured. I blame self. I am empowered.