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Claudia Ann Ainsley - If You Think The Grass is Greener On The Other Side... Walk Across The Street

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Tonight, The DreamWorker Radio Show interviews author Claudia Ann Ainsley. Claudia's book "If You Think the Grass is Greener on the Other Side... Walk Across the Street." is both inspirational and entertaining. It is a fast read loaded with great stories and help for the "half-empty" crowd and many "aha's" for the half-full personality. Claudia has a very interesting background; one that she believes has proven that success only comes to... Those who really want it! As a child she was dyslexic, and her educators labeled her “not to smart.” Raised in a family that believed in rewarding effusively for accomplishments in place of criticism, proved that... motivation works. From as far back as she can remember Claudia always believed she could conquer the world. Although she faced obstacles they never seemed to stop her. She learned early on to fine tune what she did best, and place her disabilities on the back burner...this formula always worked and she believes it can for anyone... who is willing to try. Claudia is a natural born optimist and motivator. She has two wonderful daughters and four grandchildren. She lives by understanding that life is a gift and her compassion to deliver the “Be Happy Now” message is what “If You Think The Grass Is Greener on The Other Side .......Walk Across The Street” was based on. “If You Think The Grass Is Greener On The Other Side .......Walk Across The Street" comes from the authors Grandmother’s advice, a die hard optimist who had a great influence on how she looked at life. The book contains stories about the author’s life both tragic and ceremonious....and how she always understood that “life was good... even when it wasn’t”. Her antidotes for finding happiness and peace of mind reach out to the readers psyche. On the road as a consultant and speaker brought her into contact with people from all walks of life, but they all had one thing in common the inability to change what was making them unhappy.

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