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PALMDALE, CA, August 08, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Keisha Dixon served for eight-year in the military and is a veteran, ambassador for Palmdale Chamber, a successful speaker, a dedicated business owner and now a bestselling author. She continues to share her inspiration and knowledge with fellow veterans adjusting to life after war.
"There is no rule book. There is no training manual to help you deal with what's around that next corner of your life. But this is an opportunity. This is your chance because there is life after deployment. You may face challenges and difficulties in trying to readjust to your family, your living situation, your financial situation and just trying to find that balance to find yourself and who you are in the whole scenario. Take this as an opportunity to be the best version of yourself."- Keisha Dixon
In her book, "Life After War: Yes You Can", Keisha offers the encouragement and advice the audience is searching for when coming home or faced with challenges in life. Diving through the heartache and struggles, you will be motivated and inspired by the success and triumph Keisha has found. This book offers the tools you need to find peace and happiness to truly thrive in your life.
"I respect and love our military people. I do believe that if we all come together and give them our love and support; their lives will be better and they can discover that there is such a thing as life after war."- Steve Kidd, host of "Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show"
Keisha served eight years in the military and three years working for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Upon her return home in 2005, Keisha faced many hurdles in adjusting to life at home.
She endured a harsh custody battle for her children, faced false accusations, felony arrest, protection services, going broke from attorney fees. She had to fight a long battle for her military benefits.
Through all the heartache and fight, Keisha persevered and grew in newfound strength. She worked with a therapist, meet her now husband and allowed herself to know peace and happiness. She went back to school for her Bachelors in Business and is running a successful t-shirt business to support fellow veterans. She joined Toastmasters and became a powerful speaker. She is a local ambassador for Palmdale chamber. Keisha even finished ballet classes and danced her first recital at the age of 39.
As she continues to live comfortably with herself and grow, Keisha spreads inspiration, knowledge, and support through her speaking, her work, and now her bestselling new book.
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