Book Launch!!!

 

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We are very proud to announce that Heart of a Fighter founder,

Suzanne Oliver will be in Chicago in April for the launch of the book

she has co-authored: “Overcoming Mediocrity”.

The event is sponsored by the Dynamic Professional Women’s Network

and will feature many of the co-authors. 

   The book offers an insight into the lives of courageous women and how filled their lives with a significance that encompassed all the aspects of their lives from the professional to persona, all the way to the physical and spiritual. These stories serve as inspiration for other women who are seeking to find such fulfillment and let’s them know that no matter the circumstances, it is achievable. If you live in the Chicago area we invite you to attend and get to know Suzanne in person.

When: Thursday, April 24, 2014
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm

Location: Crazy Pour Sports Bar, 105 E. North Ave., Villa Park, IL 60181

You may register for the event by going to the link included below:

 https://meet-the-overcoming-mediocrity-authors.eventbrite.com

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Chapter Topics Include:

– Leadership Lessons to Create a Positive Company Culture
– Overcoming Self-Sabotaging Beliefs to Create an Empowered Life
– Conquering Fear and Procrastination
– Creating a Successful and Well Balanced Life
– Lessons of Faith, Love and Joy


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Join Us in Las Vegas!!!

 Heart of a Fighter is in Las Vegas and ready to “MAKE IT RAIN”!!!
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   At Heart of a Fighter we were fortunate enough to be blessed by a generous donation of 150,000 bottles of water by Clearly Zero. Water is such an essential daily requirement for our existence and knowing that thanks to Clearly Zero we can help to provide it to those in need is truly something we are so grateful for and want to share.
    It only seemed fitting that we take this opportunity and share it in a way that would reach those in need, so we thought what better way than with the Veteran’s Village.  The Veteran’s Village, located in San Diego, has been serving all veterans since 1981 and has been nationally recognized as the leader in serving homeless military veterans. So some of you might have read that and said, “Well, wait a minute if they’re in San Diego, what are you doing in Las Vegas?” Well the Veteran’s Village opened a location in Las Vegas in June 2012! We’re so happy to see the expansion of such a wonderful program that has helped so many, so being in a position to help it was a no-brainer to us. We invite you to join us as the water we have received will be brought to The Veteran’s Village and distributed among many local Las Vegas Non-Profits who are in need of these bottles of water.
  Everyone is welcome to attend and help us “Make It Rain” as we move and distribute the bottles of water as every bit of help is much appreciated. So come pitch in and do a great deed all while enjoying some great BBQ and entertainment.
So remember:
                                                                    When: April 7th, 2014
                                                                    Where: 1150 South Las Vegas Blvd
                                                                    Las Vegas, NV 89104
                                                                    Time: 11:00 a.m – 3:00p.m

Heart of a Fighter on Kilroy’s Conversation!

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  Tune in to KVCE AM1160 today from 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. CST and catch founder and the very heart of Heart of a Fighter, Suzanne Oliver, as she hits the airwaves as a guest on Kilroy’s Conversation. The brainchild of Major White a veteran with 19 years of service in the Army, Kilroy’s Conversation’s mission has been to be a “Voice” for veterans, their issues, their needs and causes. We couldn’t think of a better fit for Heart of a Fighter to spread its message! Can’t get to a radio? Not a problem! You can simply go to KVCE Radio  and stream it live from your computer. Listen in as Suzanne weighs in on the issues women veterans are facing and how Heart of a Fighter is working to help out with some of those issues.

We truly appreciate our followers and supporters,  so we ask that you check it out to find out what we’re working on as we bring awareness to women veterans issues. Great things are on the horizon and with your support we know we will continue to do great things!