Have you experienced trauma in your life and suffered from cycles of abuse?
In today’s episode, Carolyn gracefully shares her story. Moving from an abusive childhood, to an abusive relationship, escaping and living in poverty as a young mum. Carolyn shares how she was able to transform her life 5 minutes at a time.
We discuss sensitive topics whilst we talk about:
- How to move oneself out of the lowest point of your life
- Taking FIERCE action to transform your life, a 6 step process
- Living life 5 minutes at a time
- Harnessing the anger that comes with trauma and adversity to move you in the right direction
- How to break free from the cycle of poverty and abuse
- Victim mindset and how to overcome it
- Turning adversity into advantage
and much more.
Carolyn Colleen is a fierce mother of three children, author, international speaker, entrepreneur, and business strategist focused on helping others achieve their goals.
Carolyn is the founder of the FIERCE Network, an online program that helps women create life strategies that enables them to have the life they dream of—without sacrificing their families, careers, or lifestyles.
She is also the author of F.I.E.R.C.E.: Transform Your Life in the Face of Adversity, 5 Minutes at a Time!
From standing in a food line at the Salvation Army to Ph.D candidate, Carolyn is avid about sharing her own life story and encouraging others to make changes that move them from fear to focusing on the pursuit of their passions.
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