Live, Love, Prosper: A Shift in Mindset Can Make Anything Possible is a collaboration of 30 authors from across Canada, US and Europe.
100% of royalties from Deb's sales go to support The Denise House women's shelter in Durham Region. That's a minimum of $15 from each book sold going directly to support this great cause!
A huge thank you to these amazing local businesses for supporting The Denise House by promoting and selling Live Love Prosper to their customers and clients!
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I am honoured to be a part of this amazing group of authors all of whom are donating the royalties from their sales to a community charity of their choice.
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Live, Love, Prosper: A Shift in Mindset Can Make Anything Possible, is a collection of inspiring real-life stories of heartbreak, anxiety, pain and struggles and how they overcame their challenges by learning to change their mindset and continue their journey towards success. These stories show how resilient the human spirit is and how simple shifts in the way we think can create massive shifts in how our lives unfold.
Mindset is important in our fast-paced lives and the Authors’ stories illustrate that a change of perspective is possible in any situation. “And when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”. – Dr. Wayne Dyer.
I'm excited to share this wonderful opportunity I've been given to help raise funds for The Denise House, women's shelter here in Durham. Scroll down to find out more about this project and The Denise House!
The Denise House provides a safe shelter and supportive programs for women, with or without children, experiencing gender-based violence. They provide a 24-hour crisis line and is staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The Denise House helps empower women so they can embrace opportunities towards a future of their choice. You can find out more at www.thedenisehouse.com.
Empowered women embracing opportunities towards a future of their choice.
The Denise House provides a safe shelter and supportive programs for women, with or without children, experiencing gender-based violence.
Safety – We believe that women have the right to a safe, compassionate, and confidential space where they can begin their journey towards healing.
Advocacy – We advocate for a life free from gender-based violence through safe shelter, awareness, and education.
Integrity – We offer a client-centred professional service. We are accountable to the women we serve, our stakeholders and the community.
Equity and Inclusion – We work to be culturally inclusive and welcome women of all racial identities, religions, socio-economic statuses, ages, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, marital and immigration statuses.
With decades of experience as an accomplished labour and community activist, organizer and leader with a passion for innovation and positive change, Deb Oldfield provides coaching for those looking to discover their full potential, specializing in helping people develop profound leadership skills and learn to lead authentically. With over three decades of experience in the fields of labour relations and community empowerment, Deb has consistently demonstrated her exceptional leadership and problem-solving skills and is currently an elected Durham District School Board Trustee and Board Member of We Grow Food.
Beyond her professional achievements, Deb is known for her commitment to education, environmental and social issues, always looking for new and creative ways to improve the lives of those in her community and beyond. Deb is a watercolour artist but also enjoys expressing herself through various other art forms and mediums. Deb is committed to leaving behind a better world for her children and grandchildren and her dedication to public service and community building make Deb Oldfield a true community leader.