Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.
This March 3rd episode features women authors & leaders:
Janet Walmsley, Anne-Mari Morrison, Dr. Manon Bolliger & Sue Dumais
Find out more about these WSA Leaders
Janet Walmsley is the author of, “The Autistic Author and Animator.” Her mission is to share the positive of Autism and her daughter, Jenny, is living proof & role model that it is a rich deserved Life Sentence and not a Death Sentence. It’s time to light and ignite the joy and talent that these individuals are to our Society. Find her book and work at http://jgwalmsley.wordpress.com
Anne-Mari Morrison is the author of, “Voice…Recognizing Emotional Abuse…Recovering Your True Self.” She works with women through sharing her story of abuse to voice, and teaching yoga and empowerment workshops. More on her book and yoga at http://www.empoweringwithinyoga.com and http://www.annemarimorrison.com
Dr. Manon Bolliger is the author of “What Patients Don’t Say When Doctor’s Don’t Ask.” As a naturopathic doctor, Manon is helps people discover the significance of the trauma, the role its played and re-frame the experience to powerfully align themselves with their mission.
Sue Dumais is the author of “Heart Led Living~ When Hard Work Becomes Heart Work.” She is an intuitive healer who supports others to heal their past, trust their intuition, lead with their heart and discover their YES for life! Discover her work and book at http://heartledliving.com
Host and Google Hangout On Air Producer is Laura Rubinstein, Certified Hypnotherapist, Social Media & Marketing Mentor and Business Transformation Strategist, of http://SocialBuzzClub.com and http://TransformToday.com
Advice from our WSA Experts
We asked our featured guests to share some of the valuable wisdom that they use with their clients.
Janet asks you to look outside of the box of autism and see the incredible, rainbow of colours these individuals do bring.
Anne-Mari says “do what you want and what you love to do in life.”
Dr. Manon reminds you that it is absolutely possible to transform trauma into your source of empowerment.
Sue says FEAR is not your enemy it is a friend pointing to something that needs to heal. When we heal deeply we can hear the truth in our hearts and create a bigger impact in this world. It all begins with healing within our own hearts and minds.