Rev. Tim Mulosmanaj
Tim is a personal coach and motivational speaker who is passionate about helping individuals discover and reach their true potential. In carving his own path of happiness and success, Tim overcame limiting belief systems and negative self-images formed during challenging periods during his youth. Through his own process of growth and healing, Tim discovered that his situation was not unique. Each of us holds various beliefs and self-images that we allow to prevent us from reaching our true potential. Inspired by the power of his own healing, he became a teacher and guide for others on their journey. Tim is passionate about helping individuals take the steps and actions necessary to “take the brakes off” and unleash the true potential within themselves.
Tim masterfully weaves ancient Eastern wisdom with modern day success practices to create powerful transformative experiences for his clients. Tim’s background in motivational techniques and interpersonal communication helps clients move through the obstacles they face when they seek to create a conscious and intentional life. Clients rave about his ability to make complex teachings practical and applicable in their daily lives. This mix of Eastern wisdom with Western practicality is the unique blend that Tim uses to help his clients soar.
Tim holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from Manhattan College and is currently pursuing an M.B.A from Loyola University. He became an ordained minister in 2003. Having dedicated his professional life to the task of business development and corporate success, he deeply understands the practical realities of modern society. Personally, Tim devoted himself to spiritual development which allows him to serve others on an even deeper level. He encourages living with “your head in the clouds and your feet on the ground.”
He travels the country offering workshops and performing weddings. He currently resides in Ellicott City, MD. He is an active volunteer with Seasons hospice and he loves to cook, spend time outdoors and read.