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“At the heart of your story is the power of pure potential.” ~ Marsh Engle
In her first book since the release of her acclaimed AMAZING WOMAN multi-book series, Marsh Engle joins with a dynamic group of women to give you a step-by-step process to transform the story of your life!
For the writing of this book, author Marsh Engle asked entrepreneurs, writers, coaches, transformational leaders, and mothers to recall the most pivotal moment of their life. The vulnerability of their words, inspiration of their actions, and wisdom of their life reveals the true heart of their passion, inspiration of their purpose, and power to define their destiny ~ a transformational journey of pure potential!
In “AMAZING WOMAN, What’s Your Story?“, Marsh Engle shares her step-by-step, self-paced Essential Life Vision Process to deepen your spiritual connection and embody its’ power in your career, relationships and every aspect of your life. This is a proven method to unleash the hidden power of your life and define your future. You will uncover attitudes that may be blocking you, or holding you back from pursuing your dreams, as well as learn tools for discovering the core of your authentic nature.
About the Author
Marsh Engle champions the expedition of personal awareness, transformation, and inspiration. After many years of work as a marketing consultant and producer for the entertainment industry, in 1999 she shifted her attention exclusively to the study of inspired action in the lives of people from all walks of life. Since that time, she’s explored and documented a range of sacred practices and beliefs for television and magazines, and established AMAZING WOMAN, Amazing World Day as a nationwide movement.
Our Voice Foundation, founded by Engle, works to shed light, share solutions, and create awareness. In March 2002, this organization partnered with RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network) during AMAZING WOMAN, Amazing World Day, a nationwide day of awareness founded by the foundation in 2001. The annual celebration is recognized by a Congressional Proclamation as a day on which all women are encouraged to honor their own strength, courage, and purpose.
Previously, Marsh Engle contributed her talent to design awareness campaigns for The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and held board membership for the Safe America Foundation. Daytime for Awareness, a campaign she developed and produced in support of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, gained the support of over 25 of daytime television’s leading stars. Marsh Engle lives in Los Angeles, California.