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Now 60, Sue Williams took early retirement from the Civil Service aged 51, having managed career information, advice and guidance services for adults for over 21 years.
Coventry-based, Sue embarked on a journey of exploration. Inspired to collect stories and compile inspirational books from the many entrepreneurial women she met, she first published Believe You Can Succeed in 2013. Nominated for a Women Inspiring Women award that year, Sue went on to publish her second anthology Believe You Can in 2015. Her Poetry collection: I Am Unique achieved No.1 status on Amazon in 2017.
Sue runs events for authors, and her inspirational Believe oracle cards are available as an award-winning app. She is currently compiling a third anthology Believe You Can Live a Life You Love at 50+
Comprising a range of sister-to-sister, friend-to-friend nuggets of advice, this anthology of personal stories of survival and success seeks to give women the confidence to tackle challenges and flourish on their own terms. The women’s experiences range from making “seize the day” type moves across the world, to getting through grief, to getting qualifications and starting new enterprises later in life. It’s peppered with poems that seek to embolden, some of which have a religious outlook, and is abundant in practical and spiritually-oriented action points and exercises that aim to set readers on the path to self-belief. There are plenty of motivational mantras too, in essence, all of which advise women to believe in themselves, to stay true to themselves and to never listen to doubters and detractors.
Three hundred nautical miles from shore, I'm cold and sick and afraid. I pray for reprieve. I long for solid ground. And I can't help but ask myself, What the hell was I thinking? When Sue Williams set sail for the North Atlantic, it wasn't a mid-life crisis. She had no affinity for the sea. And she didn't have an adventure-seeking bone in her body. In the wake of a perfect storm of personal events, it suddenly became clear: her sons were adults now; they needed freedom to figure things out for themselves; she had to get out of their way. And it was now or never for her husband, David, to realize his dream to cross an ocean. So she'd go too. Ready to Come About is the story of a mother's improbable adventure on the high seas and her profound journey within, through which she grew to believe that there is no gift more precious than the liberty to chart one's own course, and that risk is a good thing ... sometimes, at least.
This is a practical and comprehensive guide to obtaining high quality mammography through efficient, sensitive management of the patient and a thorough understanding of mammographic positioning and projections and their anatomical basis. It also includes chapters on basic mammographic interpretation and an outline of radiological procedures.Step-by-step visual approach Clear, detailed illustrations Chapters devoted to radiographic quality assurance, including individual performance. New systems to be incorporated, such as digital rather than film screens Interpretation of images revised and updated Additional photographs Updated references