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Power Talk w/ Linda B w/ guest Elaine Greaves / Shannon Watt

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Elaine B Greaves is an Attorney, #1 best-selling author, Speaker & Coach, Leadership expert. Elaine Speaks on Principles of Leadership, including Women and Leadership.

Name a person who has shaped your life in a positive way. This could
be family, friend or a public figure. How have they shaped your life?

Elaine says that her father was the one person that shaped her life in a positive way. He was not academically educated but he was a true leader.

One of the experiences that changed Elaine’s life was as a law as law students I made many mistakes that lead me to starvation and almost homelessness.

Shannon Watt is a Relationship mentor & trainer and Certified Body Language Expert. Her life mission is to reverse the divorce rate around the world by educating couples how to infuse more purpose, passion and play into their marriages

Shannon Watt says her husband has shaped my life more than anyone else. I've known him since I was his neighbor at 6 years old, and we've shared our life since elementary school. He's the first person that I've experienced unconditional love from. He's been my best friend, lover, cheerleader, teammate all rolled into one. His love, example and encouragement help me to be the woman I am today.

A significant event that changed my life was my dad's sudden death at 63. He was in the middle of a divorce form my mom, and died of a heart attack; but I believe he died of a broken heart.. It was more painful to go through a divorce and be alone that to face death. I was 8 month pregnant, and too young to be burying a parent. This experience brought home the pain and devastation of a parent's breakup- no matter how old you are. It's one of the motivations I do what I do, so no other child, or grandchild, has to go through the heartbreak a failed marriage brings.