Among other goals and motivations, Win the Race of Life at 180 MPH was written with the intention of lowering dropout rates and suicide rates worldwide, giving guidance when it is most needed. As a young woman, Lajoie’s dreams of planning championship volleyball were destroyed by a series of knee-crushing injuries, followed by a series of personal disappointments that could have entirely destroyed her spirit. However, Lajoie channeled her inner personal strength to empower her to find and achieve new goals, becoming a championship motorcycle racer. It is through her personal tragedies and subsequent triumphs that Lajoie is able to inspire her young readers, providing them with the inspirational message that she, too, has been there and overcome the setbacks that often impact youthful optimism. The author shows readers how to replace defeatism with the stronger, lasting inspiration that comes from overcoming adversity and “in-powerment,”
Win the Race of Life at 180 MPH is a truly inspirational work that offers readers an accessible message that is applicable and relevant to everyone. For anyone who needs guidance down the path of life, Lajoie is there to offer it, motivating her readers to overcome their hurdles and race toward their personal goals at 180 MPH.
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Nadine Lajoie is an international female motorcycle racing champion, international inspirational speaker, best-selling author, singer/musician, coach and successful businesswoman dedicated to helping others reach the lives of their dreams with balance and passion.
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Nadine Lajoie is a championship motorcycle racer, international motivational speaker, #1 Best-Seller Author with Les Brown, author, coach, musician and singer, real estate investment and finance expert (winning 8 awards) dedicated to help others reach the life of their dreams with balance and passion. She uses motorcycle racing as a comparison for life as a vehicle for propelling others forward.
Winning more than 50 podiums on motorcycle racing, Nadine was before a Top-10 volleyball player at the Canadian Nationals, before injuries compelled her to change direction.
Her mission is to inspire people to live their lives at 180 mph, with balance an passion and help teenagers and adults to IN-Power themselves. Her interests, talents, life story and personal experiences make a riveting presentation for many audiences, including exercises and music.