Meraki Information

What does Meraki mean? It’s a Greek word meaning “artistry.”

It also means to do work and leave a little of yourself in the work.

For you, Meraki means inspiration to do your best work and be your best self.

Here you will find resources for young women from high school to their late 20s.

Take a look around. If you think we will be a good fit, I look forward to working with you and walking with you on this journey.

I’m glad you are here, and I look forward to hearing from you as you continue with your journey!

— Melinda

 

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Here’s what I can say about Ms. Melinda – she cares and it shows. She is enthusiastic, believes in us, and keeps us motivated to push forward. I love her. Here’s what I can say about the materials – they made me take a good look at myself, what my goals are, and do the work to get to where I want to be. This was a game changing, life changing experience for me. I cannot recommend it enough. If you are in your 20s, you owe it to yourself to do this work. You won’t regret it!      —- Talia C., LA

I would absolutely recommend Meraki and Melinda McGuire to my peers. Life changing! — CV – Houston, TX

 

Very thoughtful and attentive. The teachings were great. Melinda gave great and thorough feedback . I would recommend this course (Meraki Six Weeks to Success Course) not only because of the material but because of Melinda.

—- Jodie, CA

 

Melinda made it seem like I was right in front of her with the constant information being provided and the extra learning aids. I absolutely loved the course (Meraki Six Weeks to Success Course)!

— Macie, NH

 

 I learned so much and was challenged in good ways.  — Carlie L, VT

 

I have already recommended this course (Meraki Six Weeks to Success Course) with this instructor to friends and family.   — Sheila, TX

 

I truly enjoyed the resources and materials the instructor utilized throughout this course (Meraki Six Weeks to Success Course). I have to say that I learned more than I expected to, and developed more as a person that I imagined I could.    — CAM, OK