MilliOnAIR December Edition

On the long and winding path down memory lane, with eyes wide shut and gold glitter on my fingertips, I run my fingers through the cracks of my heart. Every crack tells it’s own story of courage and hope, of sadness and greatness. Each, intent on imparting a lesson that only the unwise would ignore.

1. To live for today and love for tomorrow is the wisdom of a fool, for tomorrow is promised to no-one.

2. Live for today. Live in such a way that our regrets are never due to carelessness, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Think about that for a second. Got it? Carry on 😊

3. Follow your heart, but take your head along with you always. They work better as a tag team.

4. Indulge your soul in a tango for two somewhere above the metaphoric clouds. Only in the solitude of empty spaces will you hear its favourite songs.

5. You can say ‘no’ and still be a good person. In fact, somewhere down the line, you might get a ‘thank you’.

6. Sometimes a ‘no’ will turn out to be a ‘yes’ in a roundabout way, and with the benefit of hindsight. A lesson is often a blessing in disguise.

7. You cannot miss what you do not have. For the days when your temper tantrum has to do with whether your tea was stirred anti-clockwise or not, remember that it was a kettle filled with water. Electricity enabled the boiling – a luxury that some will never know in a lifetime.

8. Everybody makes mistakes. We spend a lifetime learning. It’s fair to forgive yourself for indiscretions.

9. Everyone goes through the mistake recycle stage. Life will often allow a recurring situation until you learn the lesson it’s trying to teach you.

10. Never dim your light because it’s too bright for someone else. You could buy them sunglasses, but let that light shine always.

11. May your light guide your path of truth, and be of use too. When they try to stub out your light, you have more than enough in flames to burn that bridge. Burn it!

12. Home is where the heart is. Quite often, your heart will say: ‘not here’, ‘not this’, ‘not you’…

Trust the whispers of your soul, that’s Gods voice.

These are my favourite #unshakable truths for 2016. Join me in 2017 as we figure it out together. In the meantime, may we take our glittering gold clad cracks into the new year, safe in the knowledge that for all our cracks, we are imperfectly perfect.

Be unshakable. Be in truth with yourself. Love yourself.

Sally xxx

Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+ for a daily dose of #UNSHAKABLE truths. My debut novel, Silent Symphonies, is the first in a series of books about real, raw and relevant emotion. This book is also the foundation of #UNSHAKABLE. If you would like to buy a copy of Silent Symphonies, please click here:

http://www.lulu.com/shop/sally-chiwuzie/silent-symphonies/paperback/product-22031354.html

If you would like to know more about me, visit me on www.sallychiwuzie.com. Write to me – sally@sallychiwuzie.com.I look forward to interacting with you.

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MilliOnAir November Edition

I once bore horrors in a thankless marriage until I learnt to fly. Recently, I walked out on the date because he showed signs that reminded me of my pre-unshakable mental state – the era before I realised that the capacity to love another begins with the ability to love oneself first. Now I know what I bring to the table, for this reason, I am not afraid to dine alone. The thing is, nowadays I am no longer a ‘what’s up?’ kind’a lady. My mind is constantly detailed. So let’s start here:

It took a decade to complete my debut novel, Silent Symphonies. In that time, life happened – I emigrated to the UK, did the UK bar, got married, had two kids, got divorced and rerouted my career. As you can imagine, this is the short version. I can tell you, though, that publishing Silent Symphonies happened as part of a continuing journey of self (re)discovery, some of which I would like to share with you – my #UNSHAKABLE truths. 

2. The dream is free. The hustle isn’t, and in fact, sold as a separate package. Nobody knows this better than an airy-fairy hopelessly romantic day-dreamer (me 😊). Where that dream feels like little fireworks going off in your soul, it’s usually worth the blood, sweat and tears. In addition, you get what you pay for. The bigger the dream, the more picturesque the fireworks. I came to the UK with a cheque for fifty pounds gifted to me by my grandma. ‘Nuff said. 
4. Rock bottom is a solid foundation. Adulthood has consisted mainly of unknowns – dust and rain, mustang and fame – moments of gold and gain or cold moments of intense pain. The demise of my marriage was a low point. It was literally impossible to sink any lower and out of the abyss of nothingness, I had to learn to climb quickly. Had I found happily ever after in love, I would never have published Silent Symphonies – which leads me to my next #UNSHAKABLE truth:
6. Sometimes a rejection is actually an acceptance, but in disguise. If every literally agent had jumped at the idea of Silent Symphonies, I probably would have lived and loved every moment spent on the shelves of many a WH Smith, however, I wouldn’t have had to work hard at advertising, marketing and branding. I wouldn’t have discovered the dormant hunger to do more than just put pretty words together that existed within me. Something stirred from ‘no’s’. My trending global movement, #UNSHAKABLE was born because I wanted to explore my souls stirrings and share. Result – #UNSHAKABLE. #UNSHAKABLE is a state of mind that promotes individuality. So now, when I kneel down to pray, I twiddle my thumbs (impatiently even sometimes, thankfully, God loves me 😊) in anticipation but I know I will always get a yes, albeit possibly not in the form I expect. 
8. To be unshakable is to be in truth with yourself. It’s to love yourself. I struggle with this concept from time to time because I am conscious of my flaws, however my journey of self (re)discovery has taught me that I am not only my imperfections, I am my perfections as well. So when someone asked me what it truly means to love yourself, this is what I said: when God made you, it wasn’t some mass production activity, a dozen a dollar, or buy one get one free promotion for the world to commonise. He didn’t replicate your soul either. There might be a few similar souls, but none exactly like yours because your creation was deliberate and with purpose, the end product bursting with uniqueness. For this reason, what resonates with your neighbours soul might unsettle yours and that’s ok. Stand out. Do you. Transform as often as you need to remain in sync with your soul. In a status quo obsessed world, loving yourself means living within your truth to the exclusion of the worlds opinion. If your relationship, your job, your passion, your lifestyle, dress size or hair colour works, it works; if it doesn’t, get rid. Let it burn! When faced with the decision to go left or right at the crossroads (and believe me, you will a good few times), go not in the direction the world pronounces acceptable (only dead fish go with the flow), but in the direction in which you hear your souls song in lyrics so distinct to you, it’s resonance is personal and unmistakable. Believing in the authenticity and power of you is to love yourself. To love yourself is to find inner peace. When you find inner peace, you find the ability to love your neighbour as yourself…with ease. Isn’t this what love is all about? And if this isn’t the cure for today’s worlds broken heart, I don’t know what is. For this reason, I allow the fires of transformation to burn all that does not serve me. 
10. You will never be everybody’s cup of tea, and you know what? That’s ok. When I started blogging, I used to get hung up on the fact that a cross-section of society didn’t give a monkeys about my brand or that it did not instantly propel me to stardom, or that some of the reviews for Silent Symphonies were at best, luke-warm but I realised that other people’s opinion about me – neither here nor there. In the grand scheme of things, my path is individual and will not automatically align with every other path at the cross-roads and this is by no means a yardstick for measuring a successful. Above all else, unto thyself be true 😊
12. Fall down six times, get up seven. I was determined to stay in that marriage if only not to add to the UK divorce statistics, but moreso because I did not think for one minute that going it alone was a viable option. Oh how I fell repeatedly. Scraped knees and all. Sigh. Falling down is not the problem. The problem is falling down so many times that whilst on the floor, you toy with the idea of staying there. Toying with the idea of staying there for a split human second is a forgivable sin. What is unforgivable is refusing back up. That is epic failure! 
14. So armed with all the aforementioned, I launched into, and published Silent Symphonies, followed by #UNSHAKABLE. This is the reason why most people who read it feedback that they find themselves in-between the pages. Well, that’s because non-fluffy as-is reality is embedded within it. Because life is full of indecipherable shades of grey, one must remain unshakable 
16. Odd numbers make me nervous. Silent Symphonies is written in even numbers and starts at chapter 2 😊

If you would like to know more about me, please visit my website and/or write to me – sally@sallychiwuzie.com. I am Google-able, please follow me on social media. I am always up for a good chat, trust me, I’m not a ‘what’s up?’ Kind’a lady 😉

If you would like to buy a copy of Silent Symphonies, please click here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/sally-chiwuzie/silent-symphonies/paperback/product-22031354.html

Be unshakable. Be in truth with yourself. Love yourself.

Lots of love,
Sally 

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MilliOnAir September Edition

#Unshakable is a state of mind

Have you heard about legally blind Jessica Gallagher – mega successful Australian Paralympic heroine? The rare disease Jessica suffers from means that her eyesight deteriorated over time. She’s unshakable! Do you think there were times when she hit rock bottom and questioned the validity of her life? Possibly. You see, I draw inspiration from stories of unshakable strength and courage such as these. My portion of sufferings may pale in comparison, however, I know what it feels like to hit rock bottom so much so that even the most basic requirement (waking up) is too much of an uphill task, too much to ask. I also know what it’s like to feel incapacitated within a situation created by unforeseen circumstances. I understand why the caged bird sings and I hear her lyrics clearly. I am familiar with feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. Having said that though, one thing I know for sure is that sometimes, rock bottom is a solid foundation. (Insert rock bottom photo here). You see, the reality of life is that we can form bonds, seek help and advice, discover people who walk the same path we do, but when it comes to the actual walking, nobody can do that for us. In the grand scheme of things, nobody can make our dreams come true. That only happens in Disney Land. It’s a human characteristic to seek validation, to depend on external influences for, happiness, fulfilment, to feel beautiful, worthy, make it all happen but the truth is that, as Jessica proves, all the power we need to be who we are destined to be exists within us already.

During my process of self (re)discovery, I learnt this the hard way in many respects and have long since adopted the DIY philosophy. I learnt that people will let you down – jobs will fall short of expectations and things will go askew. Relationships will leave you in an emotional quandary and life will throw you weird arse curve balls. Your safe haven will occasionally sell out and the only thing that will make sense is your ability to decipher your own path in order to steer destiny in your favour. For me, it is right there…right there at rock bottom that the light bulb moment happens, after which I see clearly. In the depths of those cold moments of insane pain is where I learn to eliminate the words ‘I can’t’ from my mindset library to enable myself create magic moments of gold and gain. I think this is the point when amputated legs or blindness will not prevent a fabulous #TurnUp at the Paralympics, the loss of a marriage will not stop that dream, and from somewhere deep inside will  erupt the courage to take a leap of faith for a dream that sometimes nobody but the dreamer can contemplate. One of the characteristics of being unshakable is to understand that in life nobody but you can save you. (Insert unshakable photo here) For me, it is at this realisation that I own my situation. I walk the walk, talk the talk, I become my own unshakable boss. This is the point at which I become my own damn super sexy superhero sporting a bright red cape. Yup. Recap – Rock bottom is a solid foundation. Unshakable is a state of mind. Sometimes you have to be your own superhero! (Insert superhero photo here)
Be unshakable. Be in truth with yourself. Love yourself.
Lots of love,
Unshakable Sally x
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Sally Chiwuzie Pens SILENT SYMPHONIES.

LONDON

When we stand together, we stand unshakable.

These are the words of Nigerian-born and UK-based writer Sally Chiwuzie, referring to her global campaign for women, “Together We Are Unshakable.” This campaign provides an online platform for women all over the world to share their own stories and free themselves from feeling broken, unloved or unworthy.

From her youth in Nigeria to her experiences during a difficult marriage, divorce and as a single mother, Chiwuzie has never held back in her writing. She shares her own past life challenges and the experiences of people she interacts with every day to encourage women everywhere to embrace their own value, tap into their own strength and transcend any obstacles that come their way.

Chiwuzie’s new novel, “Silent Symphonies,” is an extension of the “Together We Are Unshakable” campaign, addressing the challenges multicultural couples face, the reality and consequences of domestic violence, and the unrealistic expectations often present in relationships.

“Silent Symphonies” follows sultry Leila Cranston-Jasper as she seeks love, self-discovery and self-empowerment against the obstacles that come her way. Chiwuzie’s ultimate goal is for her new novel to contribute to the worldwide movement toward women’s evolution, empowerment and all-around prosperity.

“While it is fiction, a lot of the emotions buried within ‘Silent Symphonies’ are borrowed from real life,” Chiwuzie said. “Sharing my emotions and learning how people relate to my writing makes me feel fulfilled.”

Silent Symphonies by Sally Chiwuzie
Hardcover, $35.95
Paperback, $20.95
e-Book, $11.99
ISBN: 9781483420394
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, lulu.com and sallychiwuzie.com

About the author
Sally Chiwuzie holds a law degree from the University of Hertfordshire and completed her Barrister training at the College of Law in the United Kingdom. She has been a writer all her life, and has been a blogger and magazine columnist for more than 10 years. Her seminal novel, “Silent Symphonies” took nearly 10 years to complete and is the foundation for the “Together We Are Unshakable” global online campaign she founded. She resides near London.

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MadeMagazine: “Leave No Woman’s Health Issues Behind”, Sally Chiwuzie delivers at the UN Headquarters in New York

by Rae Ogbu

On March 14, 2016, author of Silent Symphonies and founder of the #Unshakable Movement, Sally Chiwuzie delivered a presentation at the UN Headquarters in New York during the United Nations My Sister’s Health Watch (MSHW) stakeholders forum- “Leave No Woman’s Health Issues Behind”- bringing herself forward as a subject matter expert on promoting the everyday woman’s holistic wellbeing.

“Today, I am backing the voice of influential Nigerian women like Oluremi Tinubu and Dr Abiola Akinyode, who are actively voicing these issues because it needs to be highlighted that since 1999, there has been a fixed 0.01% allocation of overall budget for women. What can =N=4billion or $20.1million do for our women, girls and children? Sadly, not much…” This set off a chain of reactions that were addressed by a forum of influential women, including Omolewa Ahmed, founder LEAH Foundation, Natela Menabde Executive Director of WHO and Her Excellency Dame Cécile La Grenade, Governor General of Grenada

It is clear that our society is in dire need for a reform of the health budget with particular emphasis on women, “we need to ensure also that the apportionment of this budget makes the best use of the resources at our disposal taking into consideration the 3 A’s of SDG3 – accessibility, availability and affordability. This means that it is time to call for a re-examination/ revisit of the country’s national budget to align with our changing times,” Chiwuzie said.

At the forum, various budgets were discussed and the consensus was that not enough was being done to protect women from healthcare issues globally. A lot has to be done to ensure that the 3A’s of SDG3  – accessibility, affordability, affordability. The solutions by various women called for a reform of the budget, allocation and definitely about the improvement of awareness. The MSHW went on to pledge work that will  target young adults, students and children and work with school, colleges, civil societies and NGOs to strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, narcotic drugs and harmful use of alcohol. MSHW will establish  MSHW Clubs in schools to educate, raise campaigns and work with drug companies and alcohol industries to raise discussions, empowerment programmes through creative education and entertainment in the next five years.

“We need a call to action to promote healthy living lifestyles – exercising and good diet; self-actualisation and realisation. In agreeing with our guest of honour, Alhaja J Al-Hassan (aka Mama Taraba), the issue of women’s health is to some degree a human rights issue which needs to be addressed with urgency. Domestic violence – emotional, physical, mental abuse, gender based violence are an ‘absolutely not!’ Discrimination on the grounds of sex and societies ability to contain today’s woman in a box that gives her no hope, no voice or empowerment needs to be eliminated,” Chiwuzie’s speech read.

“Your excellences’, distinguished guests, my name is Sally Chiwuzie and I am unshakable. This means that I understand that the ultimate accountability for my wellbeing lies with me. Through the power of story telling, I hope that we can take our metaphoric lit candle and tilt forward to light the next, in the understanding that it all begins with ‘self-love.’” (Read the complete speech delivered at www.sallychiwuzie.com)

Ms Chiwuzie, recently awarded a stakeholders position at MSHW is a highly recognised motivational speaker on social media and daily -has presented to thousands on topics such as mental health, strategies on handling your fast-paced life, the roots of Adult Happiness and other pertinent family and health issues.  Her approachable and artistic style combines her expertise as a law graduate with her uncanny understanding of human nature.  She has been prominently featured in the media, including Ben TV, Made Magazine, Ono Bello, Y!Africa Magazine amongst others.

Nigerians That Rock: Honours SALLY ”UNSHAKABLE” CHIWUZIE

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SALLY ‘’UNSHAKABLE’’ CHIWUZIE ROCKS!!!

SALLY CHIWUZIE HOLDS A LAW DEGREE FROM COLLEGE OF LAW, BLOOMSBURY, UNITED KINGDOM. SHE HAS BEEN A WRITER ALL HER LIFE, AND HAS BEEN A BLOGGER AND MAGAZINE COLUMNIST FOR MORE THAN 10 YEARS. SHE HAS WRITTEN FOR SEVERAL MAGAZINES AND BLOGS, AND HAS BEEN FEATURED ON CITY SCOPE FOR HER TREMENDOUS CONTRIBUTION IN EMPOWERING WOMEN GLOBALLY.

SALLY’S WRITINGS AS A YOUNG GIRL IN NIGERIA WERE RECOGNISED FROM THE START FOR HER HONESTY AND EMOTIONALLY CHARGED INSIGHT THAT TOUCHED HEARTS AND INSPIRED READERS TO TURN NEGATIVITY INTO DETERMINATION, WEAKNESS INTO STRENGTH, AND LEARN TO EVOLVE AND GROW THROUGH THE POWER OF STORY AND COMMUNITY.
SALLY WRITES BOOKS THAT EMPOWER WOMEN AND ENCOURAGE THEM TO EMBRACE EVERY ASPECT OF THEMSELVES FROM SEXUALITY TO THEIR WORTH. HER BOOKS SHARE THE IN DEPTH STORIES OF WOMEN’S MOST RAW, RELEVANT AND REAL EXPERIENCES ABOUT LOVE, PASSION, SEX, ROMANCE, LOSS, CONFLICT, ABUSE AND CHALLENGE. HER BOOK ALSO INSPIRES READERS TO UNDERSTAND THAT LIFE IS SUPPOSED TO BE FILLED WITH CHALLENGES AND THAT AT THE END OF THE DAY IT’S HOW WE HANDLE THOSE CHALLENGES THAT DEFINE OUR OWN STORIES AND THE QUALITY OF OUR LIVES.

INSPIRED BY A SHARED COMMITMENT TO HELPING WOMEN LEARN TO SEE THEMSELVES, LOVE THEMSELVES AND VALUE THEMSELVES. SALLY ENVISIONS HERSELF ACHIEVING HER LIFELONG DREAM OF SHARING THE POWER OF STORY THROUGH HER OWN LIFE EXPERIENCES AS WELL AS PEOPLE SHE MEETS IN THE COURSE OF HER LIFE; AND THE ABILITY OF USING INSPIRATIONAL BOOKS TO CONTRIBUTE TO WOMEN’S EVOLUTION, EMPOWERMENT AND ALL-ROUND PROSPERITY.
HER NOVEL, “SILENT SYMPHONIES” IS THE FOUNDATION FOR THE “TOGETHER WE ARE UNSHAKABLE” GLOBAL ONLINE CAMPAIGN SHE FOUNDED WHICH ENABLE READERS SHARE THEIR STORIES.

ON MARCH 14, 2016, SALLY WAS RECOGNISED AND AWARDED A STAKEHOLDERS POSITION BY THE UNITED NATIONS FOR HER EFFORTS WITH THE ‘’TOGETHER WE ARE UNSHAKABLE’’ AND DELIVERED A PRESENTATION AT THE UN HEADQUARTERS IN NEW YORK DURING THE UNITED NATIONS ‘’MY SISTER’S HEALTH WATCH’’ (MSHW) STAKEHOLDERS FORUM ‘’LEAVE NO WOMAN’S HEALTH ISSUES BEHIND’’ – BRINGING HERSELF FORWARD AS A SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT ON PROMOTING THE EVERYDAY WOMAN’S HOLISTIC WELLBEING.

CityScope Features Sally Chiwuzie: Black Women Are Made Out Of Brown Sugar, Cocoa, Honey & Gold, And The Strength Of Ten Thousand Moons

CityScope Features Sally Chiwuzie

“There is no tool for development, more effective than the empowerment of women” – Kofi Annan

Black women are made out of brown sugar, cocoa, honey & gold, and the strength of ten thousand moons. Sally Chiwuzie is one of such black women.

Sally Chiwuzie is one of the most inspiring capacity builders and prolific writers to come on scene in decades. Award winning author, blogger, working mother, magazine columnist and leader of the “Together We’re Unshakable” Movement.

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She is empowering women globally through her novels, starting with Silent Symphonies, the original “50 Shades of Grey.” etc. She writes books that empower women and encourage them to embrace every aspect of themselves from sexuality to their worth. Her books share the in depth stories of women’s most raw, relevant and real experiences about love, passion, sex, romance, loss, conflict, abuse and challenge.

Women are inspired to step into their value and worth and embrace every step of their journey in this life.

Sally has created a robust and diverse global online community movement using Social Media, where she engages book readers into her community to share their own stories and be a part of a bigger mission. The “Together We Are Unshakable Movement!” supports women’s causes as well as women’s ever evolving rise into economic empowerment.

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Sally’s goal is to get Oprah’s blessing into the Oprah Book Club and share a public chat with Oprah on charting a new course to redefine womanhood.

Sally Chiwuzie inspires women by sharing emotionally naked, relevant and compelling stories about love, passion, sex, romance, loss, conflict, abuse and challenge that helps them to embrace their own value, tap into their own strength, and transcend the obstacles that life invariably throws in their way.

Sally’s writings as a young girl in Nigeria were recognized from the start for her honesty and emotionally charged insight that touched hearts and inspired readers to turn negativity into determination, weakness into strength, and learn to evolve and grow through the power of story and community. From her youth in Nigeria, to initiating the emigration of her family to the U.K., to her experiences during a difficult marriage, divorce and as a mother, Sally has never held back, sharing glorious highs and wrenching lows that continues to captivate a global community of loyal readers and supporters.

 

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Her book, “Silent Symphonies,” took almost 10 years to complete as she fought self-doubt and discouragement, knowing that women feel pigeonholed into fitting the mold of a “perfect” wife, mother, and pretty much everything else. Sally’s book inspires readers to understand that life is supposed to be filled with challenges and that at the end of the day it’s how we handle those challenges that define our own stories and the quality of our lives.

CityScope Features Sally Chiwuzie

Today, “Silent Symphonies” and the rest of Sally’s inspirational writings are the foundation of the “Together We’re Unshakable” Movement, a robust and diverse global online community where readers share their stories.

Contact: Instagram @sallychiwuzie

Press: ITbusinessnet (TOGETHER WE ARE UNSHAKABLE!)

TOGETHER WE ARE UNSHAKABLE!

By Sally Chiwuzie

‘The world will be saved by the western woman.’
Dalai Lama

The state of our world! Today we inflict pain, suffering and injustice on each other in search of something that already exists within us. We are individually accountable for the change we wish to see in the world, especially us – women. We are the heart of the world; existence begins from somewhere deep within us, and by default we breathe unconditional love. The birth of this kind of love is powerful beyond imagination and more than enough to set the world ablaze as women drunk in self-love is akin to lit candles. All they need to do is tilt forward and light up another.

 

Women, this world belongs to us. The change we need must therefore start within us for the sake of the future. We must learn love from the depth of our soul. We must learn the true meaning of our existence, identify and fervently pursue who we were born to be, what our higher purpose is, accept our flaws as part of our uniqueness, our beauty. We must forgive ourselves when we have not performed to our highest potential and move on with a kindness that permits us to live to fight another day.

A woman brimming with love knows her value and settles for nothing less. She is neither arrogant nor or deceitful but her self-assuredness puts her on a leadership pedestal that calls her ‘queen of her world’. She is sexy and alluring, intelligent and confident. She stands firmly within the core foundation of her being. She lives in her truth and as a result, she sparkles so brightly, so far into the horizon that people are instantly saturated in her light. Those who respect her love her.

In my debut novel, “Silent Symphonies,” I identify with the search for the contentment that every woman seeks in her daily life. This fight – the fight for a wholeness that leads to spreading love is one that is not accomplishable by standing alone, but within an assemblage. For this reason, I created the Together We Are Unshakable movement, a global revolution that empowers women to love, be in truth with themselves and stand unshakable together. My aim is to encourage and then celebrate women who re-position themselves within their lives as leaders; to eradicate self-pity and doubt, the ‘victim syndrome’ and feelings of ostracism from the world of love.

I am in awe of the impact we, as women, can have on the world when we believe in ourselves, stand up for each other, stand united, stand together and stand unshakable. By creating a movement to support, lift up and hold each other in the highest possible regard, we create a strong circle of influence. Within this group, we are not black or white, fat or thin, the police or civilians, or even celebrities. We are simply women moving forward in the same direction, speaking with one voice, creating an extraordinary circle of influence by owning our value in recognition of a higher purpose. The purpose is to become, emulate and dissipate pure love, as love is intended to be. Dominance of love and peace in the world for generations to come is the ultimate objective of the unshakable woman. An unshakable woman is the hope of the world!

Be unshakable;
Be in truth with yourself;
Love yourself!

Sally Chiwuzie holds a law degree from the University of Hertfordshire and completed her Barrister training at the College of Law in the United Kingdom. She has been a writer all her life, and has been a blogger and magazine columnist for more than 10 years. Her seminal novel, “Silent Symphonies” took nearly 10 years to complete and is the foundation for the “Together We Are Unshakable” global online campaign she founded. She resides near London. For more information about her debut novel, “Silent Symphonies,” please visit sallychiwuzie.com.


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