SevenThirtyOne or #731 is an emotional and spiritual healing platform to aid you on your journey of becoming whole. We believe by focusing on healing your emotional being you can improve the trajectory of your life. With an understanding that healing is hard and requires work, we aim to provide our 731 troopers with resources that guide the healing process.
731 is the steps you need to take to get through your process of healing.
The books you need to read;
The daring, all out sacrifices that you have to make
The fears you have to face;
The people you have to be ok with letting go;
The pain that you have to also be ok with letting go;
The flaws that you have to face and acknowledge.
By promoting “Intentional Healing” 731 has created an outlet for those who are unsure of where to start or how to continue. Our podcasts, vlogs, blogs and healing stories include the experiences of everyday people, facing everyday problems. Healing is not for the faint of heart, but YOU are a trooper so let’s get this party started!
Sasha R. Simmons is a Motivational Speaker and Empowerment Activist, who is committed to teaching people how to create their lives! Sasha’s mantra is that anyone can achieve anything; it is simply a matter of “how bad” they want it!
Sasha is the founder of SpeakLife, LLC., a member of Toastmasters International, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She also serves as the President of the Greater Phoenix Urban League Young Professionals. Sasha holds a Master of Public Health from the University of North Florida and is the author of 20 Major Keys to Establish Your Own Greatness.
After going through an intense journey of emotional healing spanning over seven hundred and thirty-one days, Sasha recommitted herself to helping people create their lives through healing. As a result, #SevenThirtyOne, the movement was born. It is her belief that each of us must become a whole individual in order to exist in the fullness of ourselves. The SevenThirtyOne platform aims to provides its troopers with tools to help experience wholeness through healing.
“Learning how to heal requires discipline, patience, and intent.”