In my mind, I ask those women ‘Why not you?’ What is the difference between you and self-empowered women? There is no difference in terms of ability so you have to become aware of your inner strength.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) October 11, 2017
Self-empowerment is a state of mind, a strong inner belief that positively charts a person’s destiny for success and happiness. Dr. Val Margarit, an education specialist and motivational speaker, finds that especially true about women who she believes have the inner strength and power to control their own destinies despite their environmental and societal circumstances.
She boldly presents this theme of developing and nurturing self-empowerment in her new book “Why Not You? How to Become an Empowered Woman.” Margarit, an immigrant from Romania who came to the United States in 1996, said the inspiration for this book came from her mother.
“Growing up with a mother who couldn’t read or write was very challenging,” she said. “I didn’t know it at the time. However, as I grew older, I knew that if I wanted a different life, I would have to make some choices and one of the choices was to move away from my family farm and get an education. With this book, I wanted to share my story and help out other women to become self-empowered so they can also achieve their own dreams.“
It was that dream that lead Margarit to build a successful career in the United States and the power to help others. In her book, she helps readers to:
- Learn to live your life not by hope or chance…but by design
- Learn to overcome limiting beliefs and create their own success stories
- Identify your real values and plan your life around them
- Become accountable for everything that happens to you – good and bad
- Achieve balance and become empowered in four key areas of your life- emotional, health, financial, career, political
- Use new found knowledge to change your life and make a difference in the world
With the title, she asks women why shouldn’t they want the best in their lives.
“In my mind, I ask those women ‘Why not you?’” she said. “What is the difference between you and self-empowered women? There is no difference in terms of ability so you have to become aware of your inner strength. Get an education, work on your skills, develop good habits and you’ll be on your way to achieving your dreams. You have to make some changes, take some action and live your life by design, not by choice or chance.”
“Why Not You? How to Become an Empowered Woman” is available on Amazon.
About Dr. Val Margarit:
Dr. Val Margarit, author of the book “Why Not You?: How to Become an Empowered Woman,” is an education specialist, trainer and motivational speaker. Dr. Margarit, a Romanian immigrant who came to the United States in 1996 to build a legacy and life in her new homeland, has associates, bachelors, and masters in Applied Sociology from Miami-Dade Community College in Florida and the University of Central Florida, Orlando, respectively and an Education Specialist and a Doctor of Education degrees with a concentration in higher education leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Her first book, Why Not You? is about how to become an empowered woman, concentrating on the areas of life that are most important. She also writes articles on the subject for her own website.
She believes in education for all and offers a unique perspective and realistic strategies for achieving college success, professional and personal success. In the future, Val hopes that women and girls around the world will be able to access education and realize their value and power to reach their potential, something that was denied her own mother. She also serves on The Professional Woman Network International Advisory Board and is the Professional Woman Network International Ambassador to Romania. Additionally, her hobbies include running, practicing yoga and learning about other cultures. For more information, visit https://www.valmargarit.com/. You can contact her through her email address at valmargarit(at)gmail.com or her social media channels: https://www.facebook.com/drvalmargarit and https://twitter.com/ValMargarit.