" Nona Jones was appointed to her first executive role at only 23-years-old with a Fortune 100 company. Since then, she has led award-winning initiatives in public affairs, brokered multi-million business deals, addressed the United Nations at their GirlUp International Summit, and championed policy reform in the halls of Congress-all under the age of 35. To many, Nona is the essence of unstoppable, and yet a person's resume never tells the whole story. As a child, Nona was subjected to sustained abuse, and her childhood trauma had shaped her emotionally, spiritually, mentally, and physically. And in one of the largest wake-up moments of her life, she realized that her past battle was waging a present war, but she didn't have to be a prisoner to the pain anymore. She opened herself to the possibility of succeeding after surviving, and this book charts the course of her breakthrough-which can also be yours. ""For people like me, people who have survived trauma, success requires more than a changed mindset; it requires repairing a broken spirit. I wake up everyday knowing that the things I experienced as a child have shaped the way I see the world and, as a result, the filter I bring to my personal and professional experiences is tinged with that pain. It's tempting to deny that something that happened to us had the power to change how we show up in the world, but I've discovered that the only thing stronger than the power trauma has to change you is the power you reclaim when you acknowledge its affect on you."" This Way to Breakthrough is your guide to: Claiming victory at the place where the defeat happened Choosing not just empty success but fulfilling success Leading yourself first Mapping your mile-markers toward your biggest goals Pushing through from brokenness to breakthrough "
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