I built my business while going through treatment for breast cancer. I focused on my business rather than my illness. I believe that focus kept me going on a daily basis.
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
NAPW honors Denice M. Duszynski as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year. Ms. Duszynski is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in health coaching. As the largest, most-recognized networking organization of professional women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a powerfully vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and nearly 300 Local Chapters.
“I've always been an entrepreneur, since I can remember,” says Ms. Duszynski.
Inspired three years ago by a popular, self-made millionaire to find a business, Ms. Duszynski did just that. Despite battling breast cancer at the time, she persevered through debilitating treatment and emerged victorious, both professionally and personally. “I built my business while going through treatment for breast cancer. I focused on my business rather than my illness,” she says. “I believe that focus kept me going on a daily basis.”
As the CEO of LiveLifeLivingMarketing.com, Ms. Duszynski uses her superior networking skills, coaching capabilities and business acumen to help people lose weight, stay healthy and make money. Through her free health support group, Ms. Duszynski offers healthy weight tips, recipes and much more. She encourages others, including those with serious health issues, to make lifestyle changes that will help them become healthier and happier.
Ms. Duszynski is also the Co-Author of Empowered Women of Social Media, which will launch October 5th. A highly successful Motivational Speaker, she recently spoke at Skinny Body Care's 'The Time is Now' quarterly conference in Las Vegas.
“I'm two years cancer free and support and help many people going through the same thing. I built my six-figure business from bed. There were days when I couldn't be up for more than five minutes because of being so ill and having no energy,” she says. “If I can do it, any one can.”