Podcast Episode 64: The Power of Self-Care for Women Survivors of Abuse and Trauma with Laura Gisborne

By Karen Robinson

Heal Thrive Dream 

In this podcast episode, Laura Gisborne shares her story of overcoming abuse and adversity to become a successful business owner and philanthropist.

"If I'm alive in breathing, God's not done with me yet. There's more to heal, more to grow."

Laura Gisborne is a highly successful business expert with over 25 years of experience. From structuring and selling small boutique businesses to owning a multi-million dollar wine and real estate empire, Laura has owned nine businesses, her first when she was only 23 years old.

Laura is an internationally recognized speaker and serves as a business growth strategist for leaders in both the private and non-profit sectors. The innovative business model of her company, Limitless Women, exemplifies that companies can be both profitable and purposeful.

To date, the Limitless Women community has raised over $500,000 for charities. Through their initiatives, thousands of women and children are receiving regular contributions in multiple countries across 5 continents.

Laura has served as a Guardian ad Litem for foster children through CASA, Parent Education Coordinator for Family Outreach, Board Member for Habitat for Humanity, The New Peaks Foundation, and is on the Business Engagement Team of the Pachamama Alliance.
She is the author of the books, “Stop the Spinning – Move from Surviving to Thriving” and “Limitless Women” and has been featured as a guest expert on both CBS and ABC, as well as on the national hit show, “The List.”

Learn more at www.LimitlessWomen.com

This is Laura Gisborne's story...

Laura Gisborne is a woman who has been through a lot in her life. She was molested as a child, beaten by her stepfather, and in an abusive relationship as an adult. Despite all of this, she has gone on to have a successful career, owning nine businesses. She attributes much of her success to her healing journey, which included therapy and self-care. In her self-care, she emphasizes the importance of sleep, exercise, and nutrition, as well as letting go of what is not hers to carry.

In this episode, you will learn the following:

1. How early childhood trauma can lead to a lifetime of abuse and poor decision making
2. The importance of self-care for survivors of abuse
3. How to let go of what is not yours to carry

Books recommended by Laura:

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Complimentary book, Stop the Spinning, Move from Surviving to Thriving at www.laurafreebook.com

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Karen Robinson

  Karen Robinson  

About the Author

I'm licensed therapist with 25 years of clinical experience. Service driven, specializing in trauma recovery, anxiety, and depression, holistic care, and transformation to create an impact for trauma survivors globally. Services include coaching, therapy, virtual courses, digital products, and on-line memberships.

Are you a survivor in need of HOPE?