Thursday, January 19, 2017

Life is the Most Fragile Gift of All

Melissa Weaver
Melissa Weaver is an author and Licensed Clinical Social worker who has committed her work to helping others.  She is a facilitator of grief support groups, inspirational speaker for TMI consulting, adjunct faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University and she provides various volunteer services.

In August of 2013, Melissa was diagnosed with breast cancer and her life changed forever.  Her memoir was written to help anyone who wants to change their focus and their life.

Her interview was encouraging to anyone who has suffered a loss of any type.  It was motivating to all of us who want to Be More, Give More, Connect More and Do More for ourselves and for others.

Melissa also shared how to deal with grief and that we need to realize there is no time limit to grief.  


To Create Change
Be the Change

Enjoy her interview by clicking the arrow below:




Reconstruction - Defying Cancer
Have you or someone you know experienced loss, tragedy, or trauma? Would you like to ultimately become the hero of your own story? Although this book is a personal story about my journey with breast cancer, it has been carefully and thoughtfully written for anyone who has been knocked over by tragedy or loss. n. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Breast Cancer survivor, I have spent countless hours in meetings or appointments specifically focused on reorganizing, restructuring, and/or rebuilding one’s business, life, or priorities. But the question remains: how many individuals or organizations actually make change happen? 

RECONSTRUCTION: Defying cancer and building a more purposeful life will provide for both the inspiration and knowledge to take the following steps:

*Increase your self-confidence and individual identity *Reprioritize your life and focus on what really matters *Live in the moment
*Create a more resilient YOU
*Let go of what is holding you back *Uncover your amazing self *Become Amazing!

Reading this book can be life changing, but you need to be ready for the change, and more importantly, ready to BE THE CHANGE! 
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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Would You Like a Mind and Money Makeover?


Millie Leung
Millie Leung is an entrepreneur, bestselling author, and international speaker.  Her passions are in entrepreneurship, financial education, and women empowerment.

Her mission is to help individuals to start a business and be able to escape the rat race.  

Millie followed the traditional path of success and graduated with a Masters degree and worked hard in corporate jobs for more than ten years.  She was paid well but became TIME-BROKE and STRESSED OUT.

Then the economic crunch hit Millie and her husband - hard.  Millie's story of one idea that led her on a new road to success will inspire you on every level. She went from living under the US poverty line to an annual turnover in excess of TEN MILLION DOLLARS -- this she accomplished in five short years.
Millie Leung


In her interview. she shares the struggles and the successes and believes it is possible for everyone to enjoy the same success using her step-by-step system.


Dream Big
Start Small
Act Now

Have a listen and change your life:

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Three years . . . 156 weeks . . . 1,092 days . . . 1,572,480 minutes


What will you do with it? What could you do with it? When that time is done, will you be exactly the same as you are today? Same place, same job, same boss, same financial situation, same routine . . 

OR

Will you be living your dreams? Traveling the world, creating meaningful relationships, impacting lives, doing what your heart desires, and living life on your terms?

What if I tell you it doesn't take luck or talent to change your life, you just need to decide?

You can purchase it here and ..........
Millie Leung
CHANGE YOUR LIFE

•Discover a proven 5-step system that will transform your life and take you to your dreams. 
•Shatter common limiting beliefs that prevent you from living your full potential.
•Learn the different mindsets between the poor, the middle-class and the rich.
•Find out how to dream big and achieve them. 
•Discover your purpose in life
•Uncover a proven formula for generating more income
•Discover the ultimate wealth-generating secret that the rich and successful use. 
•Map out the elements of your ideal business.
•Master three powerful tools to abundance.






Connect with Millie here:

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Exchanging Hurt for Hope

Sheryl Biesbrecht
Exchanging hurt for hope is Dr. Sheryl Giesbrecht’s focus—a message she shares with audiences as a radio personality, author of three books, and a speaker. A dynamic teacher and motivating leader, Sheryl has endured many changes and challenges. She has overcome drug addictions, cancer, and even widowhood and shares her story in her book, Get Back Up.

Her latest book, Experiencing God Through His Names, answers the question: What's in a name?  Names are more than groups of letters that represent a person or identify objects.  Names are powerful.  A person's character and destiny can be influenced by his or her name.  When it comes to God, His attributes and personality support His unique and distinct names.


In her interview, Sheryl walked us through those difficult years of her drug addiction, hopelessness, loneliness and trying desperately to be accepted by her peers.  She also shares her remarkable story of recovery from cancer in her bone marrow and the loss of her husband who was killed in a motorcycle accident that she witnessed.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

How to Recognize an Abused Child


Lisa Gray is a licensed mental health counselor, minister, author, and speaker. She travels extensively speaking at women's conferences, jails, and seminars to bring awareness to the complex and emotional topic of sexual abuse.

"They Don't Tell - Child Abuse:  A Mother's Perspective" is her powerful book especially for mothers who have to deal with the pain, hurt, shame, and guilt that comes with discovering that their child had been sexually abused.

"Mom, if I had something to tell you, would you be a mom or would you be a friend?" Those words are forever etched into Lisa's mind when her 16-year-old daughter finally told Lisa that her stepfather had been sexually abusing her since she was in the third grade.

This is the day Lisa's life changed forever and began a process of dealing with the shock, pain, guilt and shame surrounding the abuse.  She is passionate about bringing this awareness to parents, teachers, counselors, and anyone who works with children whose innocence was stolen.  She is an advocate for these women and to help bring the abusers to justice.

Saturday, December 31, 2016

What You Do May Fail - but YOU Did Not Fail

Damon DaRil Nailer is a multi-talented inspirational communicator, speaker, music producer, songwriter, recording artist, author and business owner.

He has conducted over 250 speaking engagements and performances, produced six musical projects, written two inspirational books, and one nonfiction book. He has been featured on TV shows, podcasts, radio shows, newspapers, magazines, and various online publications.


In Damon's words:  

You Are Not Responsible for Results - 
You Are Responsible for Taking Action 







Do you wonder what your dominant gift is?  Ask yourself these questions:

1)  What am I skilled at?
2)  What do I like doing?
3)  What do I do so others can receive satisfaction?
4)  If I didn't get paid for it, would I still receive satisfaction?

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Doing It -- That is What Counts and What Will Make the Difference

Laura Wellington
Laura Wellington is an award-winning children's television creator, a successful technology-media entrepreneur, an author of the Four-Star Diet and a full-time mom to five children.

Laura was widowed at 35 years old and had to pick up the pieces, move forward and stay strong for her five children while managing her business. 

Since then she has dedicated herself to making the world a better place for ALL -- in ways that now include spearheading THREAD MB.  




THREAD MB combines interviews from leading social media mom Influencers with interviews from leading celebrities.  They are bridging the gap to better the world...together.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

When You Follow Your Passion - You Follow Your Heart


Leah Graham started playing the piano at the age of 4 four years old making up her own compositions.  Leah was raised by her grandmother.  Music became her passion to help her escape the pain of an absent mother and father.

At 16, Leah was in a near-fatal car accident with a semi-truck and was in recovery for over a year.  Her hand was broken in seven places and she was told she would never play the piano again.

She never ever gave up hope and has become a successful pianist whose music has been placed in the T V show, "Law and Order."  She was one of the nominees for the film "Absent" and currently has other television and movie projects in the works.


Her interview will inspire you to pursue your passion and your dreams and to never give up - click on the arrow below

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Happiness is Not Something You Chase, It is Something You Can Create

Tara Massan is a life coach and a writer who has been featured in LifeHack, Womanitely, HER magazine, Huffington Post, Elite Daily and featured in the Wall Street Journal.  

Tara created "Be Moved" because she knows what it is like to live with negativity and no direction in life; to feel lost and powerless to do anything about changing that.

Since launching Be Moved in December of 2015, I’ve personally connected with hundreds of readers, and I’ve realized this is something that many of us have in common:  we allow negativity and limiting beliefs about the past, present and future limit our potential and happiness in the present.
And even though we want our lives to change for the better, we don’t how to live a life that doesn’t revolve around our former limiting beliefs.  So instead, we keep living with the same limiting beliefs and allowing negativity in our lives – the end result is living a life rooted in pain.
The great news is that we are in charge of what happens next.  We are in charge of our beliefs, how we interact with negative situations, and how we live today as a result.