Book advises women on how to move forward
AUTHOR, Yolisa Magibile, said she was concerned with how multitudes of women were still broken in society.
Her book, Word Your Worth, is all about giving valuable advice to women on regaining strength after a setback.
The Bloemfontein-based medical scientist said realising the strength of women was the sole reason that prompted her to pen her first book.
“As a young woman I realised that the power of woman has to start with me and I have to pass it to all women out there that we can actually change the world out there,” Magibile said.
The 24-year-old Queenstown born, whose work is to conduct research aimed at improving overall human health, said she was also an evangelist and a motivational speaker.
“To all women out there, it is never too late for a heartbroken woman to recover as it needs an inspection of the situation that pushed her there and how to move forward,” she said.
“Word Your Worth is a tool to help women devise effective ways to help themselves, young and old especially those on the cutting edge in every area of their lives.
“The book is also about the aggressiveness use of word of God to uncover people’s true values practical spiritual challenge, an exercise of faith, a warfare for a woman who wants to silence any word from the enemy,” Magibile said.
She said that with the use of a powerful weapon such as a word, one can declare in prayer, praise or worship in order to maximise their Godly potential and be on the cutting edge of influence in their surroundings.
She said she was also interested in writing when she was still at KwaKomani Comprehensive School.
“I remember walking to school every day and when I got tired I would sit under a tree and read a dictionary because all I wanted to do was to increase my vocabulary and improve my English so that I don’t have to be embarrassed when I associate with students from multiracial schools.
Little did I know that reading would become a habit and eventually imprinting my love for writing,” Magibile said.
She said the challenges for any pioneer are really defined but her biggest challenge was that of not having access to young local writers who walked the path to guide her and advise her what to do next and how to go about getting a publisher.
“Hence I ended up doing self-publishing of the book, this is just the beginning the best is still yet to come,” Magibile said adding that the book was available at Lifestyle books in Mimosa Mall, Bloemfontein or order through email yolisamagibile.com.
NEVER TOO LATE: Author Yolisa Magibile realised long ago that her power lay within herself and her book speaks of how to achieve that.