On this episode I spoke with Jas Rawlinson, who shares her journey from a survivor of family violence and sexual assault, to a leader who empowers others to use their past adversities as stepping stones to a brighter future.We were lucky to her story and what drives her.
Jas Rawlinson is an Australian mental health speaker, a memoir writing coach, a ghost-writer, and a best-selling author of the internationally renowned book series ‘Reasons to Live One More Day, Every Day.’
As a survivor of family violence and sexual
assault, Jas understands deeply the barriers that often hold people back from
living life to the fullest, and is passionate about empowering others to use
their past adversities as stepping stones to a brighter future.
In 2016, inspired by her own background with family
violence, she co-founded Brisbane’s first permanent memorial for domestic
violence victims and their families.
Currently, she works as a writing coach for highly
driven female entrepreneurs and social change-makers with transformational
stories of hope after trauma.
Highly regarded for her sensitivity when reporting
on taboo topics, Jas is often requested to speak on social justice issues such
as suicide prevention, domestic violence, and human trafficking.
Regularly profiled on both national and international media outlets, Jas currently lives in Brisbane, Australia. :