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    Author, Speaker, Blogger, Prayer General, Father, Husband and Friend
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About Lawrence
  • Credited as "The Man who Introduced Mobile Money Transfer to Uganda", Lawrence is a Mobile Money Transfer Consultant turned Life and Success Coach, Transformational Author and Motivating Speaker.

    Lawrence’s focus is to all who have been ‘wrongly wired by the systems of the world’ to discredit and disregard their latent potential to make a difference on earth. His message reaches out to the school dropouts, the jobless, as well as the thousands of employed people who are unfulfilled in their daily passion-less chores on their jobs, lacking direction, meaning and significance in life. Those living a successful passionate purpose-filled life will find Lawrence's messages inspiring to maintain the course and change the lives of OTHERS.

    His joy is to see millions of people identify and live their Life Signatures, make a living out of it and leave a legacy on earth.He is an ardent blogger, and the Chief Visioneering officer of the Homeschool mentor-ship curriculum, a Vision that seeks all parents to 'permit their children for Greatness, Success, Significance and Wealth. Lawrence is also the Visioneering Officer for 'My Jog To Success', an upcoming inspirational Documentary and Seminar that motivates people to start from where they are and move on to make a difference in their worlds. He has been Interviewed on NBS Uganda TV Breakfast show, Record TV Breakfast show, and has featured on Bob FM (Kampala), FMJ 99.6, as well as 104.1 Power FM.

    He is married to Beth Mugisha one of Uganda’s to Gospel artists and they live in their home in Kampala, Uganda raising their Lovely Baby Boy Ethan-Norman Namale Mugisha.
Favorite Quotes
  • "Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat." —Teddy Roosevelt