What kind of thing would make someone who’d spent several years in a wheelchair, just get up out of it and never sit in it again?

That was the question that made Elizabeth Anne Walker wanted to know: what was it that made her do that?

The answer is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Since she got out of her wheelchair, Elizabeth has made it her life’s mission to figure out how to turn the male-dominated, woop woop, high five world of NLP into a form that works for women.

She’s been so successful in this mission that the business she established 18 months ago to teach her new NLP methods to women, is now turning over more than a million dollars a year.

Join me and Elizabeth for this fascinating conversation.

Find out:
 
  💫💫 How being in the medical profession led to Elizabeth being in a wheelchair
 
 💫💫 Why women need to question the medical profession
 
  💫💫 How to deal with life when you go from being a trapeze artist with Cirque de Soleil to being in nappies and not being able to exercise at all for the rest of your life
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💫💫 Why Elizabeth thinks NLP is THE most powerful tool in the world
 
💫💫 How she’s transformed NLP to suit women
 
 💫💫 How she utilised not just the Mind/Body connection but how she researched and discovered how to use the Mind/Spirit connection
 
  💫💫 Why life is like a pair of Granny undies
 

Listen to the podcast and find out more about this inspirational woman and the things she’s created.

Today's Guest: Elizabeth Anne Walker

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Australia’s leading Female NLP Trainer

Speaker and Host of Success Resources* (see below) inaugural Australian Women’s Program “The Seed”, Elizabeth has guided many people to achieve complete personal breakthroughs and phenomenal personal and business growth.

With over 25 years’ experience, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, Elizabeth’s goal is to assist leaders to create the reality they choose to live, impacting millions on a global scale.

Elizabeth is a thought leader who has worked alongside people like Gary Vaynerchuck, Kurek Ashley, Erin Ashley, Kerwin Rae, Jeffery Slayter, and Kate Chiffey Gray.
She has an outstanding method of delivering heart with business.
 
A former Lecturer in Medicine at the University of Sydney and Lecturer in Nursing at Western Sydney University Elizabeth was instrumental in the research and development of the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death pathways ensuring each family in Australia went home knowing what happened to their child, and felt understood, heard and seen.
Elizabeth is passionate about the health and wellbeing of each of her clients and continues to operate from a place of compassion and understanding. A former Australian Champion in Trampolining and Australian Dancesport Elizabeth has always been passionate about the mindset and skills required to create the results you are seeking.
 
In my own journey through adversity I have personally applied these principles to health and recovery. My vision is to see a world in which people make choices that serve both themselves and the greater human experience – Elizabeth Anne
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*Success Resources is Australias largest and most successful events promoter including speakers such as Tony Robbins and Sir Richard Branson.

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