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Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism and her guest Wendy Baudin & Debbie Elder

Wendy started paving her path to become a Self-Love Sherpa 30 years ago while doing plenty of deep and heavy lifting in her own life. Having dealt with and overcome a wide range of challenges, speed bumps, and life-changing experiences – ranging from surviving a near-death experience, suffering the tragic loss of a twin son at birth, navigating divorce, grieving the death of a parent, facing and getting beyond bankruptcy, overcoming cancer and adrenal gland burnout and being a Care Giver for her Mother, she acquired the skills to move ahead with grace — without carrying the weight of such heavy baggage. Wendy possesses clairvoyant and psychic abilities and the capacity to see the truth from her heart. http://www.wendybaudin.com

My name is Debbie Elder and I am the owner and founder of the Set Them Up For Success program. Back in 2000, I came across an article in “Reader's Digest.” The story was about a man in his early forties who had been asked by his boss to take some clients on a fishing trip. That night as he was sharing this opportunity with his wife, her reaction shocked him. She replied, “Aren’t you worried about making a fool of yourself? These are big clients and you don’t know how to fish!” It was his reply that had such a profound effect on me. He told his wife he had fished with his uncle one summer when he was nine years old. In his mind, if he could do it at nine, he could surely fish at forty-three! This article had a significant impact on how I raised my daughters and it gave me inspiration for my approach to parenting. I was so struck by the incredible truth in this man's words: what we learn to do as a young child remains easy for us as we age. http://www.setthemupforsuccess.com

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