Featured Author: PaTrisha-Anne Todd
Description of Book: Each quote represents a mere part of the limitless and deeper meaning and teaching of personal development. The book is the basic tool for the manifestation of what you want and who you want to become. The foundation to Be, Do and Have more.
What inspired you to write this book?: Life from my babyhood at six months old began to deliver health challenges. Consequently my late parents always instilled in me the power of self! To believe in personal, powerful, positive and productive growth. I believe in the power of a positive mental attitude, PMA and wish to share that message, that anything is possible when you have the tools to create a positive transformation.
About the Author: PaTrisha-Anne grew up in smog filled London Town, England during the 1950’s. The polluted air caused serious damage to her lungs and a chronic muscle condition making mobility difficult. In 2023 she was diagnosed with cancer – she is a survivor living her dream life.
She always enjoys meeting extraordinary people who have passion in their soul, fire in their belly, the courage to go the extra mile to turn their dreams into a reality. She’s traveled the world from her home base in the UK to the continent of Europe, Asia and Australasia delivering coaching workshops and inspirational Key Notes. Her current mission is to write more books and courses so others experience their lifestyle and business transformation. Her signature transformation tool is PATs, the positive attitude training system.
What did you enjoy most about the Kindle Challenge or Kindle Quick Start course?:
Participating in the Kindle Challenge and the Kindle Quick Start course showed me how quickly I can gather my thoughts, write, format and actually publish a book. D’vorah has sparked my productivity with her easy to consume training delivered in an easy to understand style. She is a brilliant teacher.
How did this course help you through the process of preparing your book’s content and publishing your book to Kindle?: Each lesson built upon the next, so it made sense to me. I was able to quickly put the content together. Publishing the book to Kindle was easy because I followed the steps which D’vorah set out.
What advice would you share with our future students, who are thinking of publishing a book to Kindle?: Publish to KINDLE, it’s worth the effort because the vehicle to sharing each of our messages is in my opinion via the written word and Kindle makes it possible. Thank you D’vorah for the training, your support and the opportunity to go after my dream!
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