Diane "Poppy" Popowich started life with a strong “Anything is Possible" foundation and became a dedicated figure skater. But at age15, she was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, and was told she would never skate again. Not giving in to the condition, she skated in the Opening Ceremonies of the 1980 Winter Olympics one year later.
Poppy later became a single mother with massive debt and no self-confidence. Again, through personal development and mentorship, she pulled herself up to pay off debt and began designing her own life.
Today, Poppy is a DreamMaker, a guest speaker at Zig Ziglar International, and the co-author of "I Mastered Failure – But Look At Me Now!" with best-selling authors Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), Johnny Wimbrey, Les Brown and Jim Rohn.
Poppy also founded the non-profit PoweredByPossible Foundation that provides scholarships for leadership and personal development. www.PoweredByPossible.com
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