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Part 7: Power - Lessons Learned and Lessons Leveraged

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Part 7: Power - Lessons Learned & Lessons Leveraged

Challenges - Surviving to Thriving the Worst Life Has To Offer

Part 7: Power - Lessons Learned & Lessons Leveraged

When you find yourself on the other side of the worst life has to offer what have you learned?  

Do you feel like you survived it but you are still in the same place you were before you made the trip? 

What do you want to do with your life now that you’re not in the middle of your pain and the drama? 

On today’s show, the 7th in an 8 part series “Challenges - Surviving to Thriving The Worst Life Has To Offer” we’re talking about what this experience has taught you about yourself and about life. 

When you don’t want to revert back to your old life tune in for the Simple Steps to help you use your experience to transform your life into more.   

Learn how to leverage your new found knowledge to laugh again, love again and be open to the infinite possibilities that you didn’t know you had and may not have. 

It’s all about harnessing the power you acquired from the worst life offered you.

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About Cheryl Maloney:

Cheryl first started writing a blog in 2009 when she was an out-of-work, out-of-shape, over-fifty corporate executive, collecting unemployment, questioning her own worth, dealing with her husband Jack’s scary health diagnoses and beating herself up for the stupid financial mistakes she had made.

After months of writing daily, she started posting her thoughts on Facebook in March 2009. Believing she was not alone in her challenges … she came to realize was that there are more people dealing with some major issue in their lives than expected. Simple Steps Real Change posts have been viewed over fifty million times.  Now they know that they are not alone either!

Her book, “Simple Steps for Real Life” was released in 2012 along with “Simple Inspirations, a collection of original quotes and images by her late husband, photographer, Jack Maloney.  She is also the author of “Simple Steps… Real Change, the Book” which is available on her website.