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Hi. I’m Elizabeth, the author, and creator of the Garden of Eden system. I’m an attorney, designer, serial entrepreneur, writer, and speaker.
Let me share a bit about my background:
I’m a 1991 Harvard Law School graduate. I started my career as a New York tax lawyer before becoming an energy advisor and negotiator for the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. I also served as a Member of Parliament and a diplomat in Washington DC for Trinidad and Tobago. I now negotiate energy contracts for large international projects.
I had many business and creative ideas over the years and wanted to be involved in public service and write books. But I had to know my true Purpose before following every idea. Only then could I find happiness and fulfillment. This research took me several years. There were times I felt I was going around in a circle, but I kept moving forward, knowing that there was a specific assignment God had for me.
Now, my core focus is developing music and entertainment ventures inspired by Caribbean steelpan and steel drums – my family has an 80-year history as one of the main inventors in this industry.
After finding this planning system hidden in the scriptures, and applying it for almost 20 years, I know for certain it works and is sharing it with you so YOU CAN HAVE THE SAME RESULTS and create a masterpiece relevant to Your Life and Your Unique Purpose.
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