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Hello and welcome to Disruptive Publishing, formerly MJL Publications.

I am so happy you are here.

My name is Deborah Fay and I am the founder and principal of Disruptive Publishing.

I help “Disruptive Change-Makers” (AKA Coaches, Counsellors and Consultants) increase their credibility and get their messages out to a broader audience by helping them to get published.

Publishing a book is a really powerful way to grab people’s attention, helps us to set ourselves apart from our competition and helps us to be seen as a real author-ity in our chosen fields.

As Disruptive Change-Makers, a book has the power to help us to connect on a deeper and more meaningful level with our ideal clients and offers a wonderful opportunity for potential clients to know, like and trust us which we know is absolutely vital if we want them to work with us.

Even more than that, though, a books gives us an opportunity to have a much bigger impact on the world around us and is a wonderful way to leave a powerful and lasting legacy.

Do you want to grow your coaching/counselling/consulting business?

Do you want to build a coaching/counselling/consulting business around your experience and expertise?

Do you want to make a real difference, disrupt the status quo and help even more people to level up than you are currently able to reach?

If your answer is “yes“, and you need help, click the Next Button below.

Here’s what author Julie Cross had to say about working with Disruptive Publishing:

Julie Cross Inspirational Entertainer, Trainer and experienced Master of Ceremonies

“It’s been such an honour to work with Deborah and such a beautiful experience for me. Thank you so much. It always takes a hero or a ‘shero’ in the community to get something started and pull a group together and to make something happen and Deborah is one of those ‘sheros’.

It’s an honour to be working with Deborah and with all the other authors at Disruptive Publishing. I love the company I keep and it’s an honour to be sharing this experience with them.”

~ Julie Cross