OSWEGO, NY – Joleene DesRosiers will give a free talk at 6:30 p.m. on April 10 in the Oswego Public Library Community Room.
Joleene will talk on overcoming fear and give a sneak peek at a forthcoming workshop entitled Driven.
Her new book, Memoirs of Normalcy: Journey from Sedentary to Extraordinary will be available and she will personally sign copies after her talk.
Don’t let fear paralyze you or stop you from becoming what you want to be!
Joleene is a former Central New York television reporter turned transformational speaker and author.
During her time in television she helped people through her investigative work and human interest stories.
She saw people fight – and fight hard – to overcome obstacles everyday, and it gave her the strength to stand up and do the same for herself.
She has suffered the wrath of addiction, loss through death, career changes, relationship
challenges and other personal struggles, eventually hitting rock bottom.
That’s when she realized there simply had to be a better way to live.
Joleene set out to learn as much as she could about love, laughter and acceptance of what is.
Three realities changed her life and taught her how to live with purpose and without suffering.
She discovered that the power of positive affirmation and visualization helped her make dramatic changes in her life.
She includes in her book laughter, encouragement, and life-changing ideas and goals.
Her charismatic presence inspires others to take action in order to achieve greatness in their lives both personally and professionally.