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Lucia Giovannini

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Lucia Giovannini is a former international Italian supermodel turned transformational speaker and author of 13 books, including her most recent one, A Whole New Life.

Lucia Giovannini is a former international Italian supermodel turned transformational speaker and author of 13 books.

Her 25 years of inspiring work through conferences & workshops globally has been inspired by growing up throughout different parts of Italy and Africa, immersed in the beauty and the pain of those unforgettable lands. Her work crafts a synergy between traditional psychological techniques, motivational practices and ancient eastern rituals that turn her seminars into profound experiences for the audiences in Asia + Europe alike.

Lucia has been defined “the Italian Louise Hay” by prestigious media like Marie France Asia, The Times of India and La Stampa, transforming audiences through her teachings, workshops, retreats, meditations, & books globally through overcoming limiting beliefs and fears to live a whole new life.

Lucia Giovannini’s internationally acclaimed book A Whole New Life, has been translated into more than 8 languages globally.

Coherent with her personal philosophy, Lucia has a passionate advocacy for animal rights and veganism as a way of life. She lives with her husband Nicola, and her dog Caligola between Bali, Thailand, and Italy.

Lucia is a Doctor in Psychology and Counseling and a Bachelor in Psycho-Anthropology, an international affiliate of the American Psychology Association.

AWNL-BOOK – Lucia Giovannini
BOOKS – Lucia Giovannini
AWNL Online Course – Lucia Giovannini
SELF ESTEEM – Lucia Giovannini
5-Day Transformation Challenge – Lucia Giovannini

Lucia’s book recommendations:
When Things Fall Apart (Chodron)
Cutting for Stone (Verghese)
Stealing Fire (Kotler)
The Wisdom of Menopause (Northrup)

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John McPhee was born in Princeton, New Jersey, and was educated at Princeton University and Cambridge University. After seven years at Time magazine, he moved to The New Yorker, where he has been a staff writer since 1965. A Fellow of the Geological Society of America and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, he was awarded in 1999 the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction (Annals of the Former World).