Time to Live Joyfully!

If you’re frustrated, unhappy and stressed at work, you’re not alone. If you feel that there is something more but you’re just not sure what it is, then you’re in a good place to begin to discover your life purpose and begin to experience joy in your life.

Donna Every is an Accountant turned Entrepreneur. After years of working in Audit Advisory Services and Corporate Finance at one of the (then) Big Six firms, she walked away to pursue her life purpose of helping people to live fulfilled and joyful lives. She finds joy in helping them to discover their purpose, overcome obstacles to success and learn ways to make money doing what they love.

Learn from someone who has walked the path successfully

Since leaving the accounting firm in 1998, Donna has operated her own training and consulting business. In 2008 her first book “What Do You Have In Your House?” 
was published which led to interviews on radio stations across the US.

She was also featured on the cover of Personal Excellence 
magazine in June 2010 for her article Beating the Economy based on her book.
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In The News
Speaking at the ACCA Caribbean Recognition Ceremony
Speaking at CONECAR in Guyana
Conducting workshop in Trinidad
On the cover of Personal Excellence

Donna's Latest Novel
"What Now?"
The Price of Freedom
Rock star Nick Badley has no bucket list; he’s living it. He’s been there and done that, yet a part of him is still unfulfilled and he’s beginning to ask himself the question: What now?

Nick has been through two marriages and, while he admits that his womanizing caused the break-up of his first marriage, he’s convinced that the media helped to destroy the second one. So the last thing he wants to do is a documentary, which his PR agent hopes will improve his bad boy image.

Journalist Shari Goodwin would rather be reporting about the effect of micro-financing on women in developing nations. Instead, she’s been assigned to follow around Nick Badley, like a groupie, to make a documentary about him.

When they meet, both of them resent having to work with the other. Shari sees him as an overindulged rock star who has earned the nickname, Nick Bad. Nick sees her as a judgmental reporter whose surname suits her to the max. So, when attraction flares between them, Shari is determined to fight it. After all, Nick is in the habit of having any woman he wants and she refuses to be the next in line. Nick can’t remember the last time he’s been refused by a woman and is challenged by Shari’s rejection.

However, when tragedy and trauma strike, a bond is created between them that goes beyond mere attraction. Will it be enough to make Nick change his ways and commit to a lasting relation? Can Shari trust him enough to take a chance on him and will she stand with him when his world falls apart?