Towonda Kilpatrick, award-winning writer, producer and playwright, and the author of the new book, Unselfish Women, says her idea for the book was divine.
Towonda is this week’s guest on my Think, Believe, and Manifest Talk Show during this Women’s History Month and said her drive to write the book came after she collapsed from blood clots in her lungs.
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Towonda, believing she still had more to do in her life, said she heard God’s message when she was in the hospital and she knew she had to write the book highlighting more than 100 inspirational women.
“I want you to do what I tell you to do in the order in which I tell you,” she heard. When she didn’t know how to proceed with it, she said she heard, “All you have to do is do it. Everything you need I will put forth for you.”
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“There were definitely days that I wanted to quit,” she said, because the book was a huge undertaking with compiling the stories and bios of more than 100 women. “I just kept going,” she said.
Towonda said her gratitude helped power her through. She repeated to herself: “I’m grateful and thankful for what I am
and what I have,” she said.
And as you know, gratitude is the great multiplier.
The women featured in the book are described as compassionate, giving, dedicated, grateful and audacious, among other things.
The book will be launched at a huge party in April with a Purple Carpet Mingle, and tickets are still available!
Check it out here: https://unselfishwomen.com/
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