Thursday, September 26, 2013

FYI we will be launching in a few days our Newest Give & Get Rewards Campaign for
"Unarmed But Dangerous" 'The Movie' it will be awesome! You will be Blessed... 
www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com & www.TawanaWilliams.com
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A Compilation of Tawana Williams' Speaking Engagements, Appearance & TV Shows Appearances!
Tawana was born without arms and impaired use of her legs but she's "Unarmed But Dangerous" and her Best Selling book/story will be featured in a Movie in Theaters soon! Support the Vision @ www.TawanaWilliams.com & www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com Order your copy of the book while supplies last, they are selling fast these days...She will personally Autograph all books with her feet when you purchase... http://youtu.be/1Zrx6bFjWCg
A Compilation of Tawana Williams' Speaking Engagements, Appearance & TV Shows Appearances!
Tawana was born without arms and impaired use of her legs but she's "Unarmed But Dangerous" and her Best Selling book/story will be featured in a Movie in Theaters soon! Support the Vision @ www.TawanaWilliams.com & www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com Order your copy of the book while supplies last, they are selling fast these days...She will personally Autograph all books with her feet when you purchase... http://youtu.be/1Zrx6bFjWCg

















 Overview
"Unarmed but Dangerous" The Tawana Williams Story of Relentless Struggle and Ultimate Victory.

In Unarmed but Dangerous, Tawana Williams tells the poignant story of being born without arms, surviving the trauma of gang rape, abortion, the miraculous birth of her daughter and drug addiction. Today, Tawana speaks to people across the country, encouraging them to look beyond their circumstances and to accept God’s gift of freedom without limitations.

Part 1: The Presidential Challenge

The book begins by telling the compelling story of how Tawana’s mother, a young black woman in 1963, experienced fainting and nausea so severe that her doctor prescribed the drug Thalidomide. Not realizing the side effects or what impact this drug would have on her unborn child, she took the thalidomide. The drug, which decreased her fainting and nausea, would cause damage far beyond her understanding.

When her daughter was born, the doctor would not allow her to see her new born baby. Instead, he instructed the nurse to “keep her sedated.” For three days following her child’s birth, she was not allowed to see her. Once she did, to her horror, she saw not only that her child did not have arms but that her legs were also impaired. Her life would now take on a new challenge, the challenge of rearing a severely, physically handicapped, black child in the early 1960’s.

With the help of her mother, Tawana’s grandmother, this young mother learned how to care for her child and coped as best as she could. After many attempts to received assistance from the Department of Human Services, in desperation she sat down and wrote a letter to then-President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. What happened as a result of that letter amazed the young mother.

President Kennedy’s office wrote instructing her where to go for help for her challenged child. They also contacted the same Human Services office that had refused to assist her.

Part 2: Identity Crisis

As a result of the President’s intervention, Tawana, at eleven months old, was taken to the Cerebral Palsy Hospital at Duke Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. At the time, no other Black children were there because this was a White institution. 

While there, Tawana experienced an identity crisis. Since she had seen mostly Whites, she began to believe, in her young mind, that she too was White. This was evident when the hospital staff ordered her first prostheses, White arms as no Black ones were yet available. Tawana wore them proudly. When the staff ordered her Black arms, she refused to wear them because she thought they did not look like her.

The hospital staff realized that she needed to see her family and requested that they visit more regularly. She soon wore the Black arms but never liked them.

Part 3: The Homecoming

When Tawana at the age of four returned to live with her family for the first time since she was a baby, the children of the neighborhood met and greeted her. Her sisters and mother had told them about Tawana’s physical condition but that did not prepare them.

When one of the children confronted her about her missing arms, she returned the taunt and made everyone laugh, including the other child. Her strength and sense of humor would prove to be a gift since she would soon be tested as she re-entered the world of people with two arms.

Part 4: The Acceptance Factor

Because of her physical limitations, Tawana had a great need to be accepted. This need would soon prove to be one of her greatest liabilities. It drove her to seek friendship at any costs. Although she was an outstanding student, her grades soon slipped in an effort to gain the other students’ acceptance.

With good grades no longer a barrier, she connected with the drug culture. She smoked marijuana and before she realized what was happening, she became addicted to crack cocaine. This began the downward spiral that would last more than ten years.

Part 5: The Return to Reason

Tawana is now on track for her God-given purpose, letting others know they have no excuse for not doing whatever God has told them to do. She says “she is still in the metamorphosis phase, being changed and renewed daily.” Although unarmed, she speaks God’s love with power and helps others know of His forgiveness. She believes everyone is in the midst of the creation process and is like a moth that emerges from its cocoon as a butterfly, changing from glory to glory into God’s image.

Order your autographed copy today @ www.TawanaWilliams.com  Tawana will sign your book with her feet!

I'm not here to impress you, I'm just impressing upon you that if I did it, you can do it too...The company that you keep is vital to your life...Here's another one of my personal friends & Mentors 'Mrs. Mamie Brown's baby boy-Les Brown...Check out what he said about me?

FOREWORD  "Unarmed But Dangerous"by Les Brown
Have you ever heard someone’s voice and they spoke to the very core of your being? I have!

Have you ever met someone and instantly you knew you were in the presence of greatness? I have!

Have you ever met someone who had so much going against them that you wondered how they were able to survive and then felt ashamed of yourself for living a defeated life? I have! That’s how I felt when I met Tawana.

Born without arms and with a tiny stature of just over 4 ft., she overcame child molestation, poverty, rape, mental and physical abuse, addiction to crack and cocaine, amongst other painful tragedies. Using her feet, she learned how to write and draw beautiful works of art, answer the phone, cook and live a normal life. She operates a business, mesmerizes audiences as a motivational speaker and can sing the roof off of a church. In addition to all those things I will venture to say that her greatest joy is being a devoted loving wife to her soul mate and God given companion, Toby. To see them together and the love they express for each other is the greatest example I have ever seen of what love truly is. Toby, a gifted speaker and a servant husband taught me and the men in one of my recent Speaker Training Summits, how to serve and treat a woman with class. We were humbled and felt blessed to learn from his example and in particular to be in their presence to witness their devotion to each other.

There is no question in my mind that Tawana will impact peoples’ lives around the world through her classic book, Unarmed But Dangerous. This warm, inspiring and incredible human spirit does so much with so little, that she challenges all of us to look within and realize how much more life has to offer if only we were willing to commit ourselves to do what is required to live a more significant life.

Tawana’s life example will inspire you to soar to new heights and to accomplish things that will literally amaze you.

Although Tawana does not carry a gun or a knife, she is truly unarmed and dangerous because she uses the weapons of her faith in God and her unfailing commitment to serve His calling on her life, as we all should do. After reading this book your life will never be the same again. Tawana the world is a better place because you showed up!

Les Brown, author Live Your Dreams, It’s Not Over Until You Win, and Up Thoughts For Downtimes.

Look at what God will do if you are in position for the Blessings...He will bless you abundantly; that's what He'll do!

Order your copy of  my Best Selling Book "Unarmed But Dangerous"  which will be a Movie in Theaters soon...www.TawanaWilliams.com

Tawana Williams Best Selling Book "Unarmed But Dangerous" will be a Movie in Theaters soon!
Read the Back Cover of the book.  You've got to READ this one, it is a page turner...Amazing, Powerful, Riveting and will definitely be an Academy Award Movie in the near future! Order your autographed copy from Tawana with her feet @ www.TawanaWilliams.com

“UNARMED BUT DANGEROUS”
BACK COVER, SUMMARY

“…God has chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen,
yea and the things which are Not, to bring to nought the things that are: That no flesh should glory in his presence…He that glories, let him glory in the Lord.”
1 Corinthians 1:27-31

Where do you turn when pain destroys every dream you ever had? When every door of hope has been shut to you? Heartache and affliction in some way touch each of our lives. Amidst the attack of trials and injustice, our survival is determined by our choice to surrender, or to stand on the faith of God’s redemptive power. For every fighter who ever stood alone, one woman’s life tells the true story of victory dawning after the darkest night.

From the shadows of obscurity and the anguish of disability, Tawana Williams was a victim of brutal medical negligence. Born without arms and impaired use of her legs, her compelling life story unfolds her will to survive the anguish of physical defect and the shame of abuse and isolation. Unable to fight with human hands, she fought in spirit, and yet lives to stand through the grace and courage of God, Unarmed but Dangerous.

Eating, cleaning, driving, even the simplest of tasks seemed monumental, yet her resolute determination transcended self- pity. She endured years of physical pain, emotional scars and the rejection of family members and peers. She withstood childhood only by the strength of a mother’s love.

Through the onslaught of adolescent peer pressure, Tawana became ensnared and locked for a decade in the bondage of drug use and abusive relationships. Unarmed but Dangerous unfolds Tawana’s walk through the midst of the most severe trials imaginable, as the gentle hand of God wipes away every tear, and gives peace to every unanswered question. Her story is sure to give healing to the most broken heart, flight to the broken wing, and life to the lifeless dreams.

Without excuses, without complaint, this honest gripping portrayal of the intimate struggles of Tawana’s journey give evidence of the Armor of God to sustain us, and His power to restore our broken past, piece by piece.

As a wife, mother, entrepreneur, artist, nationally acclaimed motivational speaker and author, hers is the story of the Power of God’s spirit to birth destiny from despair. If you’ve ever asked the question,‘ why me?’ If you’ve ever known devastating loss, be equipped and transformed as you embark on this remarkable voyage of one extraordinary servant from the paralysis of victimization, to warrior triumphant.

DONATE NOW! www.gofundme.com/UnarmedButDangerousMovie
Tawana's Personal Website is: www.TawanaWilliams.com
Any questions, call 252-291-6081
We appreciate your Support & Donations!
God Bless You...



Tawana Williams was born without arms and impaired use of her legs. She’s an Award winner, nationally known Motivational Speaker and Author. Tawana is a highly sought after keynote speaker and Television Personality with a powerful and uplifting message for people of all walks of life. Her compelling story is one of triumph, perseverance and determination. She’s overcome many obstacles and has never let her disability stop her. Tawana has many gifts and accomplishments.
                               
She’s the Author of five books including her Best Seller “Unarmed But Dangerous”- The Tawana Williams Story of Relentless Struggle and Ultimate Victory, this book is her personal testimony and will be featured as a Movie in Theaters in the near future. She’s an Artist (she draws with her feet) Businesswoman, Vocalist, wife, mother, Mentor, Former Spokesperson and CEO of Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. She became a professional speaker in 1996 and travels the country with her husband ‘Toby’ speaking in schools, churches, day cares, nursing homes, prisons, drug rehabilitation centers, corporations and organizations. Tawana’s Mission is to give Hope and Inspiration to those facing adversities and challenges.  

She’s been featured on The Jerry Springer Show sharing her story of Beating the Odds, The Judge Hatchett Show to Mentor a troubled teen, The WORD Network (twice,) Manna Express TV, The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television and many other television programs. She's been interviewed by Oprah's Producers twice over the telephone. Her story has been told in several National and Regional Magazines. She’s the Former Spokesperson for The Agape Gospel Academy in Atlanta, Georgia from 2008-2011.

Tawana is also Lobbying Congress for Family Assistance Rest Rooms (F.A.R.R.) in every Airport throughout America. Please visit her website www.tawanawilliams.com to sign her petition.

Her latest dilemma happened on November 27, 2011 when she suffered a stroke. She had some memory loss; however, there where No physical affects of a stroke and because she stayed focused, Tawana conquered that too, which brought about her latest book “Mind Interrupted”-Experiencing Technical Difficulties with her strength and tenacious spirit she never gave up and started speaking again two months after the interruption. Today, she continues to remain “Unarmed But Dangerous.”

Tawana Williams is “The Hope Coach” and she’s teaching others throughout the world how to live a life with “No More Excuses.” Her dreams are to create and host her own Talk Show, Motivational Reality Show, Produce her Debut Movie in Theaters “Unarmed But Dangerous” and Philanthropist efforts to help the human race. Today, she’s a Les Brown Platinum Speaker and resides in Wilson, North Carolina with her husband ‘Toby.’


Tawana Williams featured on The Judge Hatchett Show Mentoring a troubled teen; AWESOME!
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"Find Your Power Voice and then Speak It Loud and Clear"-Tawana Williams
www.TawanaWilliams.com & www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com

SAVE THE DATE: October 5, 2013 Registration start @ 7:30am
You Don't want to Miss this Life Changing Conference...See you in Oakland, CA,
Tell your friends and family to be there...See the flier and See you there...

There will be a shift in your life after that, a shaking in your spirit that will put you right where God wants you to be...OMG! It's going to be "A Life Changing Experience." Don't Miss It! www.TawanaWilliams.com & www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com

OUR NEW $1.00 OR MORE CAMPAIGN...
DONATE NOW! Click one of the links below:

Tawana Williams’ Best Selling Book "Unarmed But Dangerous"-The Tawana Williams Story of Relentless Struggle and Ultimate Victory will be a Movie in Theaters in the near future. The Movie is going to be a Game Changer for people who Complain, Make Excuses and Live Mediocre lives...Tawana was born without arms and impaired use of her legs and has Refused to live a Defeated life. She’s Blazing the Trail with her latest Campaign for a $1.00 or more Donation. Can we count on YOU?
Donate Today @ www.TawanaWilliams.com or
DONATE @ www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com

If you live in the Edgefield, SC area, then YOU are cordially invited this Sunday morning to a Praise & Worship Experience that you'll never forget. Be there on 9-29-13 to Trinity Community Church Edgefield, SC @ 10am...Don't Miss It! Motivational Speaker/Author Tawana Williams was born without arms & impaired use of her legs...She is "Unarmed But Dangerous" and will be the Keynote  Speaker...You will experience, Praise & Worship, Motivation, Inspiration, Empowerment, Demonstrations, Book Signings and much more...See the flier and See you there!
www.TawanaWilliams.com & www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com



Tawana Williams is 'The Master Motivator.' She's a nationally known Motivational Speaker, Author, Artist, TV Personality, Businesswoman, Mentor & CEO of Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. Did I mention that she was born without arms and impaired use of her legs? We are proud of Tawana and all of her accomplishments and today, we ask that you support the vision of her latest project the "Unarmed But Dangerous" 'Movie' Campaign. It is based on her Best Selling Book "Unarmed But Dangerous"-The Tawana Williams Story of Relentless Struggle and Ultimate Victory. In her book, she tells her poignant story of being born without arms, surviving the trauma of gang rape, raped by her step father, abortion, the miraculous birth of her daughter, drug addiction and how she never gave up. Today, Tawana speaks to people across the country, encouraging them to look beyond their circumstances and to accept God’s gift of freedom without limitations. Tawana has thrived in every area of her life and she’s a force to be reckoned with. We are asking everyone to Donate at least $1.00 for the Campaign. Our target goal is to raise $200,000.00 for the first phase of her Debut ‘Movie’ and we believe that it shall come to pass! However, we know that it will take a village to get this done-quickly, so please join us today with your generous donations and remember no amount is too small or large. You never know what God will do because once the funds are raised, there will be a casting call opportunity as well as positions, jobs, Directors, Actors, Extras and more. So, don't miss your opportunity to be apart of the Big Vision/Movie and making history.
Thank you in Advance! Any questions call 252-291-6081
Please DONATE NOW! www.gofundme.com/unarmedbutdangerousmovie


OUR NEW $1.00 OR MORE CAMPAIGN...
DONATE NOW! Click one of the links below:

Tawana Williams’ Best Selling Book "Unarmed But Dangerous"-The Tawana Williams Story of Relentless Struggle and Ultimate Victory will be a Movie in Theaters in the near future. The Movie is going to be a Game Changer for people who Complain, Make Excuses and Live Mediocre lives...Tawana was born without arms and impaired use of her legs and has Refused to live a Defeated life. She’s Blazing the Trail with her latest Campaign for a $1.00 or more Donation. Can we count on YOU?
Donate Today @ www.TawanaWilliams.com &
DONATE @ www.UnarmedButDangerousMovie.com

Tawana Williams - Un Amrmed but dangerous