"A Global Movement of Positive Energy!"
Inspired by the Inspirational!
Growing up in rural Kansas, LR Hatfield could often be found reading VC Andrews' books, or pulling a Nancy Drew or Hardy boys mystery from her bookshelf. Watching her grandma read Harlequin Romances and her parents read Louis L'amour book. She even picked a few of those stories up and read them. After having her first child she obtained her bachelor's degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. Shortly after finishing her degree, she had two more children.
In addition to being an author, LR Hatfield is employed with a non-profit organization that is focused on the care of the elderly, but she holds onto the dream of a full-time career writing novels. Recently she started a spiritual business, Angel Signs 111. This business assists with guiding individuals to their dreams through angel card readings and angel interpretations.
The most recent book LR Hatfield has published is Diamond Murders. A murder mystery in which the main character, Daisy attempts to rebuild herself and her business after becoming homeless. Gavin, a police officer, investigating a murder outside of Daisy's tent, discovers Daisy has diamonds. He advises her to use the diamonds to start over. As Daisy rebuilds her life, there are murders and diamonds are burned in the bodies. Secrets and lies become revealed about the people Daisy loves, including her own mother.
There's an Elephant in the Room!
If you missed "Women On The Rise" Program this past Wednesday you missed listening to two dynamic women; Katherine Waddell and Lisa Hatfield. Katherine Waddell, started her career at This Needs To Be Said Media, Inc. in 2009. She transitioned to her company after exiting the school system deciding that her classroom would be the radio audience. She offers her clients a platform to market their business as a commentator through her training and coaching program. She has been called upon by her clients for accountability, business advice, and mentorship.
She is considered as one of the most influential media personalities in the Radio and Broadcasting business. She is often called the next "Kathy Hughes" in the Communication industry, because of her determination and will to make her business thrive. Not only did Ms. Waddell not quit, but she grew her profitability by 125% percent. She works with national brands to bring awareness and recognition to her clients. She has launched the careers of new artist, authors, actors, coaches, and speakers using her expansive networks and expertise in radio and television.