Thursday, May 12, 2016

Empowering Women to Succeed by Randi Goodman


“Bravo, Randi to you and your team another great book.”



Immerse yourself in the most emotionally raw, powerfully compelling stories of those on the journey of women’s empowerment. These tenacious individuals have faced life-altering challenges and changes, and it’s all captured lyrically and beautifully in the pages within Empowering Women to Succeed.

This book is a compilation of stories from 15 real women, and one real man, who have experienced life’s triumphs and hardships, and had the resolute perseverance to achieve profound personal and professional success—each with a distinct definition of what it means to succeed. The authors navigate all-important themes that many women face: love and loss, health and family matters, spirituality and divine guidance, financial freedom, personal and professional success, and discovering balance in between.

The pages in this book are so detailed and heartfelt, you will feel as though you have embarked on the authors’ journeys yourselves. These women’s—and one man’s—stories will motivate you, inspire you and uplift you on your path of empowerment, in elevating all women, and men, to succeed.




Biography
Randi Goodman, Co-Founder of globally renowned business conferences, Toronto Women's Expo and Business Wealth Summits, and title author, Empowering Women to Succeed, is a caring, heart-centered entrepreneur with an altruistic view for the betterment of all in growth and prosperity. After her fourth son was born, her desire for a daughter vanished. Fate gave her four energetic boys, a complement to her tough guy outer shell, also shown in her accomplishment of a 2nd degree Black Belt in Karate.

3 comments:

Randi Goodman said...

Thank you for posting, this is such an incredible resource to help people through their own challenges by our 15 authors sharing their own journeys to success!

James Brown said...

Interesting blog and I really like your work and must appreciate for your work for the empowering women.



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Randi Goodman said...

thank you James!