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




You will love her music and can listen to it and purchase it on her website or in iTunes by clicking here.  Here is her latest release:




Connect with Leah here and also listen to her beautiful music:

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.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Can You Survive the Pain of Losing a Child?

Mary L. Schmidt is an artist and author of 12 books, including her inspiring memoir When Angels Fly.

When you listen to her interview, it will grip at your heart strings.  Cry with her as she shares her story and relates with so many who have lost a child -- Mary lost two little angels and understands the pain.


When Angels Fly is the story about a woman who was able to rise above an extremely abusive childhood and marriage, to learn faith, love, and motherhood from her own son’s courageous fight with cancer.

It provides an illuminating example of how women who are in physically, mentally and emotionally abusive relationships can successfully escape even in the most challenging of times. 


SALE:  When Angels Fly is on sale for only 99 cents!

Friday, November 11, 2016

Why Not YOU? Why Not NOW? You have unlimited potential


Gina Horkey is a professional writer and online business marketing consultant with a decade of experience in the financial services industry. Her passion it to help freelancers gear up to quit their day jobs and take their side hustles full-time.

She offers an on-line course on the steps to take to realize your dream as a freelance writer - and getting paid to follow your passion.

Do you like to write? Do you want the freedom to choose when and where you work?

Maybe you’ve considered becoming a freelance writer but weren’t sure how to you get started.



The advice she explores during her interview is:

1. Get Started
2. Why Not You? Why Not Now? You have unlimited potential
3. Focus on the BEST possible outcome instead of the worst.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Courage is Fear Turned Inside Out and Fleeing Forward

S T Wilkinson
S. T. Wilkinson lost everything after a debilitating car crash:  health, job, social network, abilities, stability, joy, income and......the list goes on.  She picked herself up, began a new career but her life-partner became abusive, not handling the transition.  

She had to flee for her life, leave her country and everything she owned.  But her story does not end there.

S.T. Wilkinson is the author of the upcoming book ‘Obstacle Buster ™ - How To Create Big & Bold Shifts For Lifelong Success.’


A creative motivator, breakthrough strategist, and excellence coach, she receives outstanding international references from top-level professionals. 

S. T.'s Message 
It's okay to be yourself and be 'different
It's okay to say "No" and mean it 

It's okay to be a very strong woman and stay feminine

It's okay to be human and make mistakes

It's okay to fail.....and start over

It's okay to create the life you want to live

IT IS WORTH IT

Thursday, October 27, 2016

How You Can Move from Broken to Beautiful

Yvonne Ortega is a bilingual professional speaker, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and the author of Moving from Broken to Beautiful:  9 Life Lessons to Help You Move Forward and Finding Hope for Your Journey through Breast Cancer.

One of the books in her Moving from Broken to Beautiful deals with forgiveness.  In her interview, she shares the misconceptions about forgiveness which make it very difficult, if not impossible, to forgive.  

Yvonne not only survived but thrived after a domestic violence marriage, divorce, single parenting, breast cancer, multiple car accidents, and multiple deaths in the family within weeks of one another including the death of my only child. 

She understands tragedy and why we must forgive those who have hurt us, in order to move forward.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

How To Create Your Own Luck - When Preparation Meets Opportunity

Dr. Reggie R. Padin is an author, speaker, and executive coach. His academic credentials include a Master of Divinity and an MBA in Organizational Management and a Doctorate in Education. 

BUT.....he is so much more.  Dr. Padin's mission is all about helping people overcome their "Dumpster Moments" and to go beyond their limitations.  These can be self-imposed limitations which include fears, doubts, confusion, economic problems, emotional turmoil, and toxic relationships.  These dumpster moments can paralyze you.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Eventually Your Tears of Memories Will Turn into Smiles

Paul Mitton
Paul Mitton has worked in video and film production for the past 30 years.  But the story he wants to share here will touch your heart for it involves losing his wife to cancer.

Paul found his soul mate later in life, got married and soon discovered they were going to have a baby -- his wife was 47 years old.



When their son was six months old, his wife lost her battle to breast cancer.