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Judy’s interview is a truly inspirational story of courage, championing and conquering.

This episode of Life Interrupted Radio is about living a life of legacy. As my guest Judy van Niekerk points out, it’s not just about leaving a legacy, it’s about creating a living legacy. You see, Judy’s life story could have turned out so different. Yet, she didn’t let a life of childhood torture by her own family members stop her.

Years ago, after waking up from yet another “overdose coma,” Judy had a “major light-bulb moment” where she discovered “What she was here to do.” She garnered up the courage to share her gifts and captured global media attention, including The BBC, RTE and Cosmopolitan and many others. This one act of courage, where she courageously shared her story of sexual abuse from her father caused the reporting of sexual assault in Ireland to increased by 75%.

Today, Judy is committed to making a difference based on what she learned by surviving her traumatic childhood challenges. She now works tirelessly to empower people to love and honor themselves regardless of what happened in their lives.

Her latest revolution is to empower women through “The Digital Bra,” a revolutionary hi-tech solution to a serious problem for women around the world by making customized bras for women irrespective of their shape and size. “Women deserve the perfect fit!” Judy shared that  “The Digital Bra (www.thedigitalbra.com) is not just a high-tech innovation. It allows women to finally embrace and love their bodies just like Judy learned to do as she discovered how to capitalize from her challenges.” And in this episode of Life Interrupted Radio Judy will share with us:

  •  How to survive, move through and THRIVE
  •  How to connect to your greater self to find your gifts, and my personal favorite
  •  How to create a permanent state of inspiration, compassion and self love.

Listen into this great exchange on how The Digital Bra sprouted from Judy:

About Judy  van Niekerk

Judy-van-Neikerk-TNLive Inspired every day.
Judy van Niekerk’s life story has captured global media, including The BBC, RTE and Cosmopolitan and many others. After she courageously shared her story of sexual abuse from her father, the reporting of sexual assault in Ireland increased 75%.
This best selling author, entrepreneur and philanthropist made history in South Africa by persuading the government to allow her to plant wine vineyards on Tribal land, creating hundreds of jobs and empowerment opportunities. She’s now empowering women through her latest project The Digital Bra, a revolutionary hi-tech solution to a serious problem for women the world over – making customized bras for women irrespective of their shape and size. Women deserve the perfect fit.
Committed to making a difference through her childhood challenges, Judy found her passion in empowering people to love and honor themselves regardless of what happened in their lives. The Digital Bra is not just a high-tech innovation. It allows women to finally embrace and love their bodies.

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