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Extraordinary Woman- Jenice Revers

Jenice2 Jenice Revers is a lively, spirited, energetic Transformational Author, Speaker, and Coach that uses her life stories as the vehicle to inspire women globally to start their journey of self-healing, self-love and reclaim their self-worth.

Her background is in working with children and families over the past two decades.  She has served as Teacher, School Counsellor, Social Worker, and Advisor to the Family Courts in her homeland, Jamaica and in England where she resides for the past nine years.  She is also the author of Immigrant Workers to the UK: A Personal Journey to Success published in November 2013.

Jenice’s word to women in her book Damn It, I’m Worthy is ‘Life is not happening to you: Life is responding to you’.   You are not a victim of your circumstances; you are creating your own destiny with the thoughts you choose to entertain in your mind, consciously or unconsciously.

Choose to enjoy beautiful thoughts and watch your life transform!!!

www.jenicerevers.com

 

So you have a book Damn It, I’m Worthy coming out in June can you tell us what inspired you to write it?

I wrote ‘Damn It, I’m Worthy’ to help women who are where I used to be; to provide a resource to support women’s transformation so they can heal themselves from past hurts, fall madly in love with themselves and re-ignite their power and greatness or take it to the next level so as to unleash the best version of themselves.
It’s a great title. What made you come up with it?

Damn It, I’m Worthy came out of a place where I decided that ‘enough is enough’ I’m worthy and I will live my life from this truth whether situations or people externally to me agree with my value.  I later came to realise that the feeling of unworthiness was very common among women especially as we are naturally nurturers so oftentimes find ourselves in situations or relationships where we are over-giving of ourselves and our kindness is often not reciprocated.

 

Why do you think so many women stay in unhappy relationships for so long?

I believe that some women stay in unhealthy relationships beyond the expiry date due to feeling a sense of unworthiness; feeling that their worth or identity is linked to being in a relationship; for those who are mothers, sometimes think that they are staying for their children to have the benefits of growing up in a family with both parents although it is sometime evident that the relationship is causing more short-term and long-term harm to their children.

 

What advice would you give to a woman who 1) keeps on attracting Mr Wrong 2) decides to stay in an unhappy and unhealthy relationship?

I would advise women who are in unhealthy relationships or those continuing to attract ‘Mr Wrong’ to consider taking some time to themselves where they address any past hurts that are causing them to show up in relationships with men as wounded, unworthy and unlovable.  Take this time to determine what they have been tolerating in relationships; what they really want from a relationship and reflect on the things that there is to love about themselves.  I guarantee that this journey of self-discovery is empowering and will help women to have clarity as they move forward in forming new relationships or re-establishing their current relationships.  By our own example of how we treat ourselves, we teach others how to treat us so take the journey to falling madly in love with yourself and often times our partners among others will reciprocate.

I love the quote Life isn’t happening to you: Life is responding to you’ how can we adjust our thought processes or mind-sets to receive the things we want?

We can adjust our thought processes or mind-sets to receive the things we want by identifying what are the thoughts or beliefs we are currently entertaining in our minds that are sabotaging our success in our relationships and other areas of life; then we go through a process of planting and cultivating new, positive, life-giving, joyful, grateful thoughts that will significantly transform our lives.

What can women expect from a coaching session with you?

I take women on a journey through my 12 weeks coaching or home study programmes where they focus on self-love, self-discovery, creating and setting up healthy boundaries, making integrity-based decisions, forgiving and self-compassion work; discover their ‘Inner Goddess’ to re-ignite their power and greatness so as to unleash the best version of themselves. Oftentimes, we are not aware of the self-sabotaging thoughts and beliefs that we are entertaining in our minds and are preventing our success in relationships and other areas of life.  Hence, we will need a coach who will expose these thoughts and beliefs that exist in our ‘blindspot’ and support us to create a new story/vision to the life we dream of.

Onto the publishing process. You published with Lisa Nichols’ company MTM Press can you tell us a little bit more about the event and mentoring scheme?

Well, I attended Lisa Nichols’ event called Speak&Write in May 2015 and it was awesome.  I learned about the importance of being vulnerable when sharing your story with others whether through writing or speaking.  Instead of ‘telling’ we were encouraged to ‘show’ people our stories so they can connect with us and experience the joy or the pain or other emotions we felt.  If you should read my book Damn It, I’m Worthy or attend one of my workshops or conferences you will have an opportunity to experience me ‘showing’ you my story.  I am currently being mentored by Lisa Nichols’ company in a 5 months business coaching programme and it’s big investment but what’s the heck, I deserve it and it is an investment in the quality of products and services I am offering to you and other women across the world.  I am also using Lisa Nichols’ company, MTM Press to publish my book which is a different service all together, where I am guided through a process of writing and launching a ‘bestseller’.

Having met you, you are full of energy and clear in terms of your vision. Where do you see yourself in five years’ time and what would you have liked to have achieved?

In 5 years, I will be well established in hosting my Damn It, I’m Worthy international women’s conferences in the UK and abroad.  I would have completed many more book publications and speaking on many different platforms so as to take women on their own journey from being stuck in past hurts to living a life where their inner goddess is being unleashed for them to achieve their greatness.

What advice would you give to anyone who wants to publish a book?

Start now to write your story, not giving any thought to grammar, structure, and context, just get it on paper.  There are editors who can provide you with different levels of support by structuring your content to make your dream of becoming an author a reality.  This service is usually at a cost but is well worth it for your story to be shared with the world in a coherent way.  You can also explore traditional publishing opportunities where the publisher will finance the publication and promotion of your book or you can take your destiny in your own hands and do what is called ‘self-publishing’ which is a very popular option.

What’s next for Jenice Revers?

What next is that I will be on a Book Launch Tour in London, Birmingham, Nottingham promoting Damn It, I’m Worthy throughout July 2015.  I’m booked for the Film, Art, Book EXPO on 4th July @ Platanos College, Clapham Road, London SW9 0AL (Stockwell area) and 18th July @ Stephen Lawrence Centre, 39 Brookmill Road, London SE8 4HU (Deptford area) where you will get your signed copy and experience readings from my book and intimate Q&A session for a total transformation.   I’m on the New York City leg of my Book Launch Tour from 1st-18th August 2015 in Harlem, Queen, Bronx, Brooklyn and other areas.  Lastly, but not least, I will be hosting a Damn It, I’m Worthy Women’s Conference in London on 25th November 2015 (venue to be confirmed).

Thank you!

Contact Jenice: info@jenicerevers.com or jenicerevers@yahoo.com

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30 Day Mental Cleanse Challenge by Sophia Bailey

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I have always been an advocate of the truth that we become what we think about. How we perceive ourselves and what we believe about ourselves is key to our pathway to success or failure. What we believe to be true will become our realities and what we allow will become. I am an optimist through and through when it comes to achieving happiness and success. When I was raising funds to publish my book, when I quit my job without job to go to and when I began to teach myself the process of self-publishing I took a leap of faith because, inside, I had a burning desire to succeed and see my project through to fruition. Why? Because I believed so vehemently in its message.

Sophia Bailey’s 30 Day Mental Cleanse is phenomenal. I started the Mental Cleanse 20 days ago and I’m already feeling an even bigger shift in my mindset. There are 3 rules; No negativity, no distractions, no excuses! If you can handle that , then this challenge so for you.

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Each day you are given either an audio or personal task to complete. these short tasks and affirmations really do get you thinking about what sort of person you are and how your mindset is either limiting or steering your success. My mindset immediately began to shift after hearing the download of Earl Nightingale’s audiobook The Strangest Secret, followed by Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. As Earl Nightingale spoke of things unheard of in his time, and listening to Napoleon Hill’s story of enduring a three day interview with Carnegie where he finally asked to dedicate his life’s work to collating the secrets of the most successful people in the world through interviews from innovators such as Henry Ford and Tomas for free, the belief that we create our realities not only strengthened, but empowered me enough to want to share this Mental Challenge with you.

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Wealth creator and personal mentor Sophia Bailey’s introduction and interludes lovingly guide you through the process with snippets of her personal experience as well as encouragement delivered as if she were your much loved friend and mentor.

I don’t endorse things lightly, so, I urge you to check out her 30 Day Mental Challenge at the ridiculous cost of £1.97

Download affirmations, audios and challenges each day and be inspired!

Success is the progressive realisation of a worthy ideal.” Earl Nightingale

People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them“- Earl Nightingale

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Let Dreams Win Over Doubt and Fear

So I am close to achieving my Dream of being a published author. I have dreamt of this since I was 4years old.  The transition from ‘doing what you’ve always done’  and taking that final leap is an interesting one. Up until this point I have had absolute faith that what I am doing is right and that publishing Mr Wrong and my anthology 7 Shades of Love is the goal but the goal is so much more than that.   When it comes to our Dreams with it comes a great sacrifice (for me anyway.)  I have found I’ve had to give things up. Sometimes we have to give up our job or toxic people and relationships, sometimes we have to block out the critical chimes of ‘you can’t do it’ ‘what would so and so think’ or ‘you’re mad to quit your job.’ I have found as I’ve delved deeper into this Dream that I have invested so much time and energy into not just the writing of the book but the research, questionnaires, speaking to people across the world and making them feel comfortable enough to share their stories. On that basis alone, I am blessed! That is all without having to learn how to publish and market a book and set up a website! And to think this time two years ago when I began this process I did not even know what a blog was!   I have learnt that when we are aligned with our purpose we cannot allow any negativity in. We must surround ourselves with positive people who support and encourage you and those wish you well.

 

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I am a very self critical person as it is. Although I was confident in myself I always hid my achievements (unless sporting!) from others and hid from recognition or praise. If this is you you must be extra careful to protect yourself from Doubt and Fear and make sure you protect yourself daily through grounding positive affirmations, meditation or simply affirming your goals and Dreams to yourself. When you are close to your Dreams there comes moments and voices of Doubt and Fear. They tell you to give up and stop deluding yourself. They tell you that you must grasp tightly all those things you depend on for security for you are nothing without them, they tell you that you are kidding yourself and that you are not good enough. The trick is to say ‘thank you for speaking to me. I’m doing it anyway!’ and become more determined. #determination #dreams When I was 16 I wrote this poem as a message in our Year 11 class leavers book. I hope this little poem helps to inspire you too in some way. ‘Look to the sky and don’t look back, Walk straight ahead and keep on track, You will succeed in all that you do, If you just believe  people have faith in You.’

I have to believe in these words more than ever now.   Thank you to everyone who has supported me thus  far for Dreams cannot be built alone.

Daniella

 

‘Dreams are nothing without conscious positive thought and action.’ Me

Mr Wrong gets Very Inspiring Blogger Award!!

I have been nominated for Inspiring Blog Award by the lovely Jiltaroo http://jiltaroo.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/a-belated-appreciation-of-a-lovely-award/

For those who haven’t visited her blog- you simply must. It’s so eloquently written and a joy to read. She uses her blog to express and showcase her unique art as well as share her beautifully written life stories of love, life, relationships and experiences with her lovely children. Jilatroo has overcome abuse of every kind and each time comes out fighting: stronger and wiser. An inspiration. Thank you Jiltaroo.

Blogs I would like to nominate for Very Inspiring Blogger Award are:

http://simplystaciablogs.wordpress.com/

http://borderlinetobetter.wordpress.com/

http://onethousandsingledays.com/2012/10/25/this-is-why/?blogsub=confirmed#blog_subscription-2

http://thoughtsinthegap.wordpress.com/

http://www.lyricalhealer.co.uk/

http://jasonmation.wix.com

http://diaryofacupcakevirgin.wordpress.com/

http://festivalking.wordpress.com/

http://betterthanthemovies.wordpress.com/

http://loveabilitylove.wordpress.com/

http://livinginthefieldoflife.com/

http://tazein22.blogspot.sg/

http://tagacreations1.carbonmade.com/

http://dimitrisnowden.wordpress.com/2012/10/26/the-path-to-emptiness/

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http://robinlinke.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/daily-angelic-message-for-102512/

If you have been nominated below are the Very Inspiring Blogger Rules

Very Inspiring Blogger Award Rules

1.Display the award logo on your blog.

2.Link back to the person who nominated you.

3.State 7 things about yourself.

4.Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them.

5.Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award’s requirements

7 things about me:

1) I wake up exactly a minute before my alarm is due to go off whenever I have set my alarm incorrectly or has been left accidentally on silent.

2) I have a very healthy appetite and love eating good food.

3) I strongly believe in past lives and believe I have had many.

4) I am currently addicted to Magnun Almond and White Magnun ice creams (Twister was my latest fad.)

5) I love working with young people and my students often tell me I should have been a comedian and not a teacher. (Errr…

6) As a child I was called onstage during a pantomine and ended up getting a custard pie in my face 9Not happy!)

7) My father is Jewish and his father came to England as a refugee (my Great Uncle survived Auschwitz) and my mother came to England from Jamaica during the Windrush era.

8) (for luck) I had to go to college three times before I passed my A Levels. (First time- dropped out. 2nd time- chucked out. 3rd time lucky!)

I’m very proud of my roots and very proud of my journey. Overcoming obstacles= Success!

I am so grateful and appreciative of those who have supported and inspired me so far. x