Because of her own fight for knowledge about sadness, depression, and compulsive OCD behaviors for over 30 years, Virginia chose to work in the mental health field; with over 26 years as a psychiatric nurse in the jails.
Throughout her years of caring for her patients she has experienced her own battles with mental health, fear for her life, and the daily challenges she faced being in a locked mental facility within the prison system. Virginia shares her heartfelt message on Choices 4 Women because she believes that someone has to bring awareness to what goes on once a person is behind bars.
In this interview, Nick shares his 3-Step process to teach our listeners how to get 30 new business connections per day through a simple 3-Step process. This is valuable information for any business person who is looking for opportunities to make personal and professional business connections.
Nick also shares his philosophies about being a work from home dad and how he has worked his core values into his work/life balance.
Have you ever wanted to write a book but feel that it would make you too vulnerable? Sheila Kennedy, owner and publisher at Zebra Inc. discusses why it is important for you to follow your heart and get your book out of your mind and down on paper.
In this interview we discuss why your book should also be in audio format, why you should write your book, how to get started and the importance of getting your message out!
After surviving two near death crashes in her life, Abigail’s life took an unexpected turn into the world of acting and modeling. Abigail is the first one to tell people that she doesn’t think she is an exceptional person, in fact she describes herself as, “Just an average Texas country girl!” But after years of living the glamorous life of an International Super Model, Abigail decided it was time to speak her truth by authoring her book titled Invisibly Broken.
Abigail’s messages is meant to inspire, motivate and empower women who have suffered because of the choices of others.