World-renowned best selling author, keynote speaker, television presenter, life skills therapist
I’m Diane… entrepreneur, speaker, author and Master Mindset Mentor.
I’ve been playing the game of life now for over six decades and boy, have I learned, loved and lived a lot. One of the greatest insights I’ve gleaned along the way is that a happy, successful and fulfilled life isn’t defined by what we do or have. It’s about who we’re being. We must first be the person who can do what it takes to have our big dreams manifest. Who we are being sets the benchmark for our health, wealth and happiness.
As Hellen Keller wrote, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” Only when we dare to be more, can we do more of what matters and have more of what counts. To live a life that matters and leave a lasting legacy is easier than you think.
Let me show you how…
With over forty years’ experience teaching, speaking, coaching, counselling and leading teams of people, Diane has developed an experiential skill set that shifts human perspective to the infinite master mindset of being, doing and having more.
Her rare ability to break down complex issues into simple shortcuts and connect with people on a higher level, elevates and energises her audiences to embody physical, emotional, mental, financial and spiritual change. Diane doesn’t sell ‘concepts’ of enlightenment, motivation or freedom. She shares tried-and-tested insights and strategies which have generated significant success and fulfilment in her own life.
Blending science, personal empowerment and process-driven strategies, she’s a passionate, powerful woman, empowering others with a wisdom gained from owning successful businesses, decades of intense self-scrutiny and conscious living. Diane was awarded the 2019 SBAA International Women’s Day Leadership Award for her leadership and achievements in the Entertainment, Creative Arts and Media Industry, and was shortlisted for the 2020 Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
Inspired by Bryce Courtney who didn’t start writing until he was fifty-six, I wrote my first book at the same age. Though surprised by its genre, I wrote Dancing Queen, the first in a three-book erotic romance series in a flurry of inspiration. Perhaps because I’ve always been a storyteller in my roles as a teacher, entertainer and speaker, being an author was a natural progression for me. The urge to express my creativity is hard-wired into my soul.
Now I write contemporary fiction across different genres. Despite this intuitive approach, I’m highly organised and my stories have one thing in common. They’re each packed with emotional punch and feature feisty heroines who love life.