Claytine Nisbett

An Inspirational Speaker, Women’s Rights Advocate, Self-Development Coach, and Author whose revolutionary Starting At Zero approach to rebuilding your life has proved transformational to many in their journey of rebuilding their lives.



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When You Live By People’s Compliments You Will Die By Their Criticism 


When you decide to make major and noticeable changes in your life, more often than not, you will face some form of criticism. Though many are fortunate enough to have supportive people in their life, almost all have a few naysayers. If you’ve read previous content, you may notice that I reference social media a lot in shaping the way we think about ourselves and how we conduct our lives. We’ve gotten used to the likes, the shares, and the comments. Furthermore, in our decision making, we factor in the approval rating of others and how complementary they will be of our actions…(continue reading)

Let Go Of What Is Not Working, What Is Not Necessary And What Is Not Good For You


Among other things, one of the main purposes of life should be our continual self-development and maturity. We will never reach the point of perfection, however, we should never be satisfied with mediocre and though not obsessively, we should constantly seek to better ourselves, body, mind, and soul. In order to become an improved version of who we are it is important to evaluate the circumstances we are in and what and who we surround ourselves with… (continue reading).

Starting Over: Starting The Process of Mental Evaluation of Your Choices and Your Circumstances

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Life is a culmination of seasons. At different points in your life, you may notice that certain friendships are being nurtured more than others, you are full of determination and are accomplishing those short-term goals. You may even notice that most of your days are full of joy and things, for the most part, are … (continue reading)

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Giving the keynote speech at a  women’s Event in Antigua, West Indies.


Done Women’s Rights Advocate and Rape Survivor

Feature speaker at the launch of the Support and Referral Centre (SARC) under the Directorate of Gender Affairs in Antigua. Claytine gives a chilling presentation about her own ordeal of rape.




Claytine is a published author of a coming-of-age novel, Life As Josephine. The themes of the book hold true to the calling on Claytine’s life. It examines discovering self-identity, overcoming tragedy, and the importance and power that positive relationships play in transformational living.   

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“I really enjoyed this book. It’s quite an easy read and I feel that the characters are very relatable. Claytine has a lovely skill of allowing a story to unfold and I definitely finished the book wanting to know more about the characters. I was completely invested from beginning to end!” – Tryphena Wade (Amazon, US) 

“Josephine is a smart and sharp young lady who has had experiences that many of us can relate to. As a matter of fact, I saw a lot of myself in Josephine and could draw many parallels with my younger self. When tragedy strikes Josephine’s friend Esther, it is a reminder of the very real issues of abuse victims not only being silenced but also the extra efforts that are made to protect the abuser. That hit home for me on a personal note as I have seen similar situations in my own family. There are a series of letters being read in this story, one of the lines reads “if you let your dreams die, prepare for your own death because you will die right along with them”. I thought that was extremely powerful and profound. There are quite a few lines within this story that will give you pause and cause you to do some introspection. Overall this was a good and quick read highlighting the journey of a young girl, self-love, adversity, and identity.” – Debbie London (Amazon, US)

“A charming coming-of-age novel debuting the feisty and determined young Black girl Josephine. We follow her journey through adolescence as she works out who she is and grapples with some serious issues around race, gender, friendships and natural African hair.
Josephine sparkles with humour as she travels, falls in love and makes decisions about her future, along with meeting a host of interesting characters along the way.
I really want to know what the next chapter of her life will be, because one thing’s for certain- Josephine is clearly going places!” – Bida (Amazon, UK)