Women into Leadership speaker, Desh Dixon, Author.

Desh Dixon, Author.
#DOCWiL Speaker.
Desh Dixon: Author, Poet, Speaker, and former pageant titleholder.

Topic: No More Broken Records™.

Get to know Desh:
Are you tired of making the same mistakes?

Do you want to transform your life?

Do you want to stop settling?

If you answered yes, then you need to meet Desh Dixon.

Radesha “Desh” Dixon is the Author of “No More Broken Records: 5 Tips To Change Your Tune and Transform Your Life”, available on Amazon. She is the Author of Queens Don’t Settle, scheduled for release in February 2017. She is also a poet, speaker, and former pageant titleholder.

Desh obtained her MBA from Strayer University and her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is co-author of “LOVE: It’s Like Glitter For Your Soul!”, an International Best-Seller, along with a few other books. Her articles have been featured on Ezine Articles. Her comments were published in Essence Magazine. She was featured on the Huffington Post.

Audiences love her authentic, down to earth yet no holds barred attitude. Here are a couple of testimonials from her event:

“One thing that stood out to me today was that your dreams actually do matter, that your life actually matters. You could potentially have the solution to someone’s challenges.” ~Male attendee

“What’s really important to me today that you spoke of is about cleaning up your circle. Getting rid of all the toxic people around you, surrounding yourself with positive people that are moving in the direction that you’re moving in.” ~Female attendee

She is the Founder of No More Broken Records™, a movement to empower women not to settle. Her mission is to empower women not to settle and live the life they deserve; to stop the repeated cycles like a broken record. For more information, visit her website at http://www.dreamencourager.com/. You can connect with her on social media.



For a FREE chapter of her book, go to http://www.changingyourtune.com/

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