Debbie Luxton
Most Recent Book Title
Choose to THRIVE: Conquering Your Inner Conflicts
Book Description
My book is not published yet. Final edit Oct. 2016.

Most strong-willed women erroneously believe they have to keep up the appearance of “having it all together.” They believe it would demonstrate weakness to reach out for help with the struggles they continually feel inside of discontent, insecurities, self-sabotage and more.
Through personal stories, they will see that they are not the only ones who continually fight internal battles. Where secrets are the source, she will see that she does not have to be enslaved by her secrets.
Additional Book Titles
Unpublished: Serenity - A Retreat Study for Women
Unpublished: Authentic Influence - A Retreat Study for Women
Location (city/state/country)
Author bio
Debbie Luxton is a Life & Leadership Coach, Author, Retreat Leader and Speaker.

She works with Professional/high-achieving Women to transform areas of discontent, deepen relationships, find their purpose and have spiritual fulfillment so they can live a thriving life.

Debbie is retired from a 30 year Fortune 500 corporate career and is a Founding Partner with The John Maxwell Team.

She is the owner of Debbie Luxton Coaching, Co-leads a Celebrate Recovery Ministry and serves on the National Association of Professional Women - St. Louis Chapter Board of Directors.

Debbie is a contributing author in the 2011 book; Inspired Women Succeed and the 2012 book; How to Create a Rich, Successful and Fulfilling Life.

Debbie is passionate about living to serve as the Lord has called her and for high-achieving women to know that “A disillusioned, unmanageable, no time for God or yourself life is NOT what you were designed for.”
Professional Speaker Topics
* 7 Pillars of Serenity
* Healthy Boundaries for Women Who Lead
* John Maxwell Leadership topics on influence, communication, purpose, general leadership, learning and laws of growth.
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility. – Eleanor Roosevelt

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