Change Makers (Volume 3)

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In Change Makers, Sal Prothero and 24 other inspirational women share what drives their vision to serve others, create businesses and enrich lives in their communities and around the globe.

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‘What fuels our desire to create change?

What inspires women to create an impact in the lives of others?

In Change Makers, Sal Prothero and 24 other inspirational women share what drives their vision to serve others, create businesses and enrich lives in their communities and around the globe.

You’ll be inspired by their passion for creating change and moved by stories of loss, renewal and courage. You’ll discover that transformational life lessons can appear disguised as tests and adversity, but somehow, life is always working for us.

In this book, you will learn how each woman overcame the challenges you may be facing right now and emerged as a force for good in the world.

Their unique stories will inspire you to push through your limitations until your own vision for impact becomes a reality.

It’s time to shake things up and challenge the status quo. It’s time to create the change you desire to see in the world!

It’s time to be a Change Maker!’

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Weight0.44 kg
Dimensions26 × 19 × 2 cm

2 reviews for Change Makers (Volume 3)

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    Christine Gaynor

    I really loved Sal’s very relatable story. Working corporate life, raising kids and the bad habits we fall into trying to juggle all the stress. The what sugar, wine and carbs and oh the coffee! The approach of making incremental changes to better health is realistic and achievable.

    Thanks for sharing you story Sal.

    • Sal Prothero

      Sal Prothero

      Thank you for reading my chapter. I loved that you could relate to what I had experienced myself and to know that better health is achievable.

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    Amanda O’Keeffe

    Just read Sal Prothero’s journey from depression as a young adult to qualified Nutritionist in the Change Makers Book. I loved reading about her struggles growing up. Going from depressed and lonely at school to rebelling off to London to “find herself” only to sink deeper into loneliness, bad eating and drinking habits and eventually back into depression. Just like a lot of us really, running away from problems and thinking they won’t catch up with us. I felt sad that she had to watch her daughter start to go down the same depression road and watching her suffer was the catalyst for Sal to dedicate 8 years to studying to become a Nutritionist. Mums are such hero’s, don’t you think? Thanks Sal, we need help with the way we deal with mental health now more than ever. Our children deserve better and if we can help them with nutrition rather than medication then we have to do it.

    • Sal Prothero

      Sal Prothero

      Thank you so much for reading and for your review. We definitely need to look at other alternatives other than the conventional path.

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