While many of her goals for 2014 are already hitting the mark, McFadden takes a moment to talk about the role of purpose. “As a cop I made hundreds of arrests, and despite their law breaking behaviors, these individuals were not “bad” people. But it was clear that every one of them had one thing in common, namely, the lack of a connection with their purpose. We are walking on this earth for a reason, and when we connect with our purpose life changing experiences are triggered.”
Through creative personal development and life coaching lessons like “How To Be Happier In 2014,” McFadden is spreading the word about personal growth and helping people connect with a clearer understanding of the role purpose plays in becoming successful. “Human beings flounder and fail, even if they make a lot of money, and their lives never really take off until they connect with their purpose for being here. I am driven to help make a difference.”
McFadden has been featured in several stories related to her rise to prominence after growing up in Brooklyn NY and going out on her own at a very young age. In Life Is A Lobster, the author reveals details about surviving abuse as a child to build a successful career as a writer, motivational speaker and creator of a highly anticipated workshop series.
About Justinah McFadden
Justinah McFadden, author of "Life Is A Lobster, Dig into your purpose," ex NYC cop, renowned motivational speaker, award winning poet, entrepreneur and personal development coach, is based in Jacksonville Florida. She’s been featured in several stories related to her rise to prominence after growing up in Brooklyn NY.
In Life Is A Lobster the author talks about her experiences of surviving abuse as a child, and then spousal abuse and the resulting low self esteem, to build a career as a writer, publisher and creator of a highly anticipated personal development workshop series.
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