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Take Action - Increase Your Productivity & Bring Compassion to Humanity

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Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism and her guest Debbie O'Grady & Karen Downing

Debbie O’Grady, dubbedThe Queen of Accountability’ by her clients, is a thought leader and mentor on leveraging accountability to achieve successful outcomes.

Debbie works with forward-thinking coaches who want their clients to stay focused and on track to accomplish their goals and achieve success as rapidly as possible. The elite group of coaches that are Debbie’s clients totally recognize the benefits and value of supplementing their own existing high-end coaching program with progress tracking and accountability, and know they don’t want to do it themselves. Debbie also works with individuals, mainly women who have had successful careers working for others that now want to build successful businesses of their own.  Debbie’s clients understand that accountability translates to focus, progress, and success.

Karen Downing has been working with Spirit since childhood. At an early age, Karen was always very sensitive of people’s energy and seemed to know and understand things that other children her age did not. At about age 13, Karen began to read books containing concepts about spirituality and metaphysics; she could often be found in the library looking through books about Atlantis, Lemuria and other times from Earth’s etheric history. By 16, Karen began to give readings to herself by using a standard playing card deck as the Tarot. Her thirst for knowledge about metaphysics and the psychic seemed to be unquenchable at that time. In college, Karen enjoyed the social side of life, but often would be drawn back to using her intuition. Sometimes it would be done by playing game about telling people about their upbringing or by looking at people shoes and describing their life