Saturday, June 15, 2019

No Matter How Bad Things Seem, You Can Overcome


Terry Tucker
Terry Tucker has had many challenging jobs during the course of his career including a SWAT Team hostage negotiator ….. but his greatest challenge was a personal one.  Terry’s story of overcoming this incredible challenge will encourage you on many levels.  Terry is an author, a motivational speaker and his blog, Motivational Check, has daily posts of inspiration.

During his time in law enforcement and over my years of battling cancer, Terry has seen many people die. He noticed that the people who died peacefully were the ones who were able to find their purpose and live it. Conversely, the people who begged for more time and fought their demise, where those who had never done much with their lives. In many cases, these people never even looked for their purpose.



Terry Tucker

Battle Your Mind for Supremacy
It Knows Your Fear, Your Weakness

We were put on this planet for a reason. We were given unique gifts and talents to use to make this world a better place. Terry shares his experience of the pain and misery of dealing with cancer.  The purpose of his blog is to help others understand that no matter how bad things are or whatever is stopping them from achieving their purpose, it can be overcome. 

Everyone needs a word of encouragement at some point in their lives.  Terry Tucker has a word to encourage you every day.  Personally, I find them uplifting and thought-provoking.  Connect with him on his blog for daily inspiration.

You will be captivated by his story and want to share it with anyone who needs a boost.  When you are listening, pay close attention to what he says about the Forty Percent Rule:



Connect with Terry here:

Website and Daily Motivational Check

"Life Isn't Fair!
All the More Reason to Keep Your Focus on Your Goal"
Terry Tucker

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Learning How to Stay Focused on the End Goal


Ken Rupert is an educator, a strategist, a life coach, a 2nd-degree Financial Black Belt and the author of The Financial Black Belt Academy’s Financial Self-Defense Training Manual as well as the Financial Self-Defense Training program.
As a first generation, self-made millionaire, Ken has built his wealth by practicing the financial strategies he developed and teaches.
His innovative financial wellness program is designed to empower others to succeed financially.
Ken always held onto the belief that things would work out. He uses what he has learned in helping people in his coaching practice by providing hope that anyone can overcome their financial struggles.
Learning how to stay focused on the end goal
Despite the noise and chaos of the current environment
Helps maintain a level of HOPE
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Friday, June 7, 2019

How to Tolerate Narcissism in a Partner

Lost in the Reflecting Pool
Dr. Diane Pomerantz is a clinical psychologist who has been in practice working with children, adolescents, and adults in the Baltimore, Maryland area for over 35 years.

She has done extensive work in the area of trauma and child abuse and research in the area of personality development of abused children.

She currently runs Healing Through Writing groups in her practice. She is a breast cancer survivor and has two grown children.

She and her shaggy dog, Rug, live amidst tall trees on the outskirts of Baltimore, Maryland.








Jacquelyn Mitchard, New York Times Best-Selling Author says "Diane Pomerantz's story of a punishing marriage may be an often-told tale, but she has a majestic talent for conjuring emotion and compelling the reader with an authentic and heartbreaking story."

Monday, May 27, 2019

How To Survive Extreme Trauma and 2 Heart Transplants


















Christophe Lafontant was a healthy little boy who had a near death experience due to sudden complete heart failure and blockage at the age of six years old.  He has survived pacemaker implantation, TWO heart transplants, diabetes, dialysis treatment, a kidney transplant, a tracheostomy, and other life-altering procedures.

Christophe's autobiography, 1 Man, 3 Hearts, 9 Lives, is an inspiration to anyone who may be facing a nightmare of their own.  It is also a great read with all 5-star reviews.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Learning How to Rewire the Autistic Brain

  
Anita Lesko was a guest speaker at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC for World Autism Awareness Day.  Anita Lesko is an award-winning author and speaker.  She has a Master's of Science degree in nurse anesthesia specializing in neurosurgery, organ transplants, trauma/burns, and joint replacement surgery for the past three decades.    

She is on the panel of the Autism Spectum with the Autism Society of America.  She is a certified life coach specializing in the Autism Life Skills Coaching, Intgrative Health and Wellness Coaching and Halth Care Professional Coaching, and Executive/Corporate Coaching.

Anita Lesko






Using visualization since childhood, Anita Lesko re-wired her autistic brain which enabled her to fit into the mainstream with a successful career, happy marriage, and fulfilling life.  She is about to change the lives of millions on the autism spectrum.  


Saturday, May 4, 2019

Determine That It Does Not Need to Be Over!

Lawrence Berger is a self-made entrepreneur who has survived eight car accidents and seven suicide attempts.  

Despite the trauma, Lawrence has been able to change his focus and his life.  He is a motivational speaker, author of eight books, five feature-length movies, two 'shorts,' wrote (and sold) a TV pilot.  He went from severely depressed to being a mentor, speaker, author, playwright, and nationally renowned poet.

He has taught multiple educational seminars sharing his secrets from a thirty-year sales career. Lawrence's self-help guide is used as a college text and he has also written nine poetry books.


If you know anyone who has struggled with depression, they need to hear Larry's story.  



Lawrence is a survivor!  Period! 

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Determination Can Make You Unstoppable

Matt Rifenberg has a remarkable story of resilience, tenacity, and success. When
Cathy Goguen, an award-winning playwright heard his story she knew it would make a
great play. Together they produced that play with an incredible message.
Unstoppable by Design.
Matt Rifenberg and Cathy Goguen


Matt has been homeless, friendless, hungry, married to someone addicted to drugs, a
clueless father trying to raise his son, and had a brain tumor. He was terrified of what might
happen as a penniless, unemployed man without direction.

Currently, Matt is employed by the government engineering the destruction of chemical
weapons -- well-respected and successful in that community.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

How to Never Quit Climbing to Reach What Appears as Unattainable

Climbing life's mountains
Gary Sinclair is an author of three books, leadership coach, musician, and speaker.  With a master's degree in counseling, he provides wisdom, inspiration and practical help to overcome insurmountable mountains.  He has climbed nine 14,000-foot mountains but overcame even higher ones in his personal life.

Most people face hopeless situations of some degree in their lives - financial, grief and loss, relationship struggles, work issues, etc.  Often these summits seem impossible to reach but Gary applies the same principles to overcoming these problems with actual mountain climbing.  His insight is noteworthy.

His wife was faced with a three-stage cancer diagnosis and they were able to overcome that life-threatening experience and pass on their wisdom to us.  He explores perseverance, pushing through weariness, and the importance of taking one step at a time.


Important life lessons related to mountain climbing: