Visualization is such a powerful tool to manifesting your dream as a Women Speaker
When you implement visualization techniques into your daily routine, life can take you on an exciting adventure.
My adventure started just three weeks ago when Getrude Matshe reached out to invite me to contribute my story in one thousand words to the inaugural Herstory Magazine, to which I was honoured to accept.
Immediately following my story submission, she requested my ten-thousand-word story manuscript for the inaugural Herstory Book, an anthology of ten women’s stories from around the world. Oh, and I had a deadline of six days to complete this professionally edited manuscript, which was challenging, but I am always up for a book challenge.
On presenting my manuscript the telephone rang “Hi Donna-Leigh it’s Getrude here. Thank you for your manuscript, now I would like to invite you to be a speaker at the inaugural Herstory Women’s Global Empowerment Conference”. Completely shocked I replied “Wow, that would be such an honour Getrude, where is the event being held? To which she replied “Las Vegas…next month”.
I couldn’t believe my ears
I had just spent all of my savings on publishing my children’s series The Adventures of Jessie and Rocky Rockstar. I had no money for a trip to Vegas.
Then I visualised myself on that stage, sharing my story in honour of my beautiful mum and all victims of abuse who no longer have a voice. Little Donna-Leigh from Australia speaking in Vegas at the inaugural Herstory Women’s Global Empowerment Conference. The first of one thousand events around the world and I knew if the universe believed I needed to be at this event, the universe would find a way to make this dream manifest.
Thanks to the incredible generosity of Colleen Kelly who has donated my flights to Vegas and all the compassionate souls in our community who have donated to my Go Fund me campaign, I am leaving for Vegas in less than four weeks. Sharing my story and raising awareness about the devastating impact Domestic Violence and Bullying has on our community.
Thank you, Mum, thank you Universe
Perfectly At P.E.A.C.E
by Donna -Leigh Perfect
I watched my dad kill my mum when I was 7 years old.
Donne-Leigh Perfect then spent her childhood in and out of foster homes and in a lot of ways, these times in her life were just as horrific as her mother's death.
That traumatically tragic event shaped her life to go on to co-create Australia's leading anti-bullying program transforming the lives of kids throughout Australia.
Read this book to find out how her resilience and determination shaped her to become an author, speaker and inspiration for the lives of so many people today.