In a society in which women still earn 70 percent of the income of their male counterparts while performing 70 percent of the housework—translating to 170 percent of the work for 70 percent the pay, it is easy for women to become frustrated. In Lajoie’s book, she shares her personal story as well as inspirational advice, motivating women to charge toward the finish line of their goals at 180 MPH, finding their “in-powerment”
Lajoie faced not only the typical setbacks of the social limitations set on women, but also many life-altering blows that could have destroyed her dreams. By channeling fierce inner courage, Lajoie found her inspiration within herself, set her goals high, and achieved what people believed could not be done. Win the Race of Life at 180 MPH seamlessly fuses her own inspirational life story with motorcycling analogies and empowering advice to provide readers with an action plan to move through the various phases of their personal, professional, and spiritual development. Lajoie has established herself as a modern heroine to which modern women can aspire, and in sharing her advice and her journey, she gives women the tools to find the success that they desire.
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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.