July 6, 2021
LaChelle Adkins also known as “America’s SuperMom “ has created a movement to empower women to overcome stress, depression and limiting beliefs.
LaChelle believes that everyone should begin each day with a SMILE check in #smile4wellness. SMILE (sleep, mood, Innervoice, laughter and energy) these 5 pillars she believes are important to monitor daily for mental health and wellness.
LaChelle and her husband Jerome have 15 children (13 of which they had together) and 2 sons from husband’s other relationships. LaChelle has experience with juggling motherhood, military family life, career and life in the ministry all of which led to a search for perfection which was unobtainable. This quest to acquire something not possible led to a downward spiral of depression which resulted in 3 hospitalizations.
After the last hospitalization in 2016, LaChelle decided to walk away from the victim mindset and embrace a victory mindset in order to teach others to successfully overcome these obstacles in their lives. She created a strategy she coined as “Fresh” start
that allowed her to overcome stress, depression and limiting beliefs.
LaChelle serves as a lifestyle designer coach teaching clients how to implement this strategy to overcome similar obstacles in their lives. She believes her success is due to her ability to be transparent with her clients which builds trust and helps them to be comfortable removing masks and
She currently has programs for group coaching and is an inspirational speaker. Her platform has extended beyond her business to include community outreach with such organizations as Haven House, Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, Communities in Schools https://www.facebook.com/219607174805973/posts/1799491383484203?s=686535310&sfns=xmwa
Henry County Schools and a National 30 day organizational campaign alongside Rachael Ray and organizing guru Peter Walsh. https://youtu.be/7gmUn44mpV4
LaChelle feels grateful for her challenges because it has allowed her to serve and add value in the lives of others. Her experiences have helped her to be focused, empathetic and comfortable being herself without seeking validation from others.