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Debbie Lillard – Author

Be patient with yourself I was a stay at home mom with three children back in 2006. My little business was three years old and it was part-time. I was a professional organizer and saw clients about once or twice a week for a few hours each. I had always loved to write and speak. […]

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He Got His Kicks on Route 66

Sal, Leno and Bob It’s June. Summertime means fun time. What better way to enjoy all of life’s pleasures than to take a road trip. Bob Walton shares his lifelong dream of traveling the U.S. countryside on Route 66 with his friend Sal. He  recalls the adventures on the over two thousand-mile trip.  Outrunning tornadoes, […]

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Dan Lavery – Peace Activist

Your life’s happiness depends on you I attended the same high school military academy, like my father and brother. I graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis. As an ensign, I navigated a jet aircraft for more than a year, and then navigated 300 marines to Vietnam. Just before I entered Vietnam as a conservative […]

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Dr. Tracy Thomas – Psychologist

Heal Yourself First Since I was a kid, people treated me like a grownup…always talking about their problems. I was always listening… always the go-to, advise-giver to my friends and family members. I was always a psychologist. I was a manager, leading and managing a lot of employees. (Yet) I am doing psychology – employee […]

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Nancy Virden – Writer

You will never be younger than you are today I always wanted to write a book, but did not know what to write about. It was always “someday” -someday I would figure it out, someday I would start. What made you decide to finally realize your lifelong dream? In 2011, I was at the point […]

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Jonita Mullins – Author

Step out of your comfort zone I was working as an executive director of a nonprofit organization. It was a one woman operation in Muskogee, OK. It started the organization because of my interest in historic preservation. When we lost our major financial supporter, the board of directors could no longer pay my salary. I […]

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Annette Zito – Entrepreneur

Making People Healthy and Happy… Having grown up with my dad being a business-owner, I always thought I’d have my own business. When I entered university, I studied marketing and advertising, with the intent to go the corporate route, which is what I did for many years. In the aftermath of the 2001 dot-com bubble […]

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Shelley Rafilson – Singer/Author

Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes I always wanted to be thin and to be a successful singer. My weight problem began in childhood. Most of my life I have been either chubby or obese. What made you decide to finally realize your lifelong dream? Due to health problems, and being middle-aged and on medications that […]

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Carol Gee – Author

Follow Your Passion Growing up, while I imagined someday writing the great American novel, my mother and the women in my village saw me, chalk in hand poised over a blackboard. Back then, teaching was one of the few career choices available to women in general, and to women of color in particular. I wrote sporadically. […]

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Rebecca Lacy – Writer

Take the pressure off yourself I always wanted to be a writer. In fact, it was one of my earliest dreams. As a child, I wrote stories for my own pleasure, and even unsuccessfully submitted a couple to magazines. Somewhere along the line I went astray. I got an MBA and spent the first part […]

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