Thank you Deborah Johnson for joining me today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast.
How do I encapsulate this amazing woman? Do you know what a solopreneur means? It is an individual who starts and runs their business independently, without the support of a co-founder or W-2 employees. In other words, a solopreneur is an entrepreneur who performs all duties related to their business alone. She has done this very successfully. You will hear about how this started and how she has combined all of her interests in many areas. Music and Writing are a beautiful combination! You can feel her enthusiasm about life as you listen to the podcast.
The Summit Journey to Hero Mountain.
In her latest book, The Summit, Deborah tells us why she wrote it and the message she wants all of her readers to take away. “Never quit! There is a Hero Inside all of us!”
Here are some exiting websites for your convenience:
Starting off with Deborah Johnson, Speaker. Looking for motivation? Read all about the Hero Inside Keynote Speech. She uses three simple, yet powerful principles. Realize your position. Redirect your perspective. Reinvent with purpose. How many of you feel stuck? This may be helpful in digging out!
Would you be interested in attending the Hero Mountain Summit? This is a 5-month program. The download is available on her site. This is a Webinar beginning on Dec 8th, with two times to choose from. Sounds like a great way to prepare for the new year!
Have you thought about piano lessons, for your kids? Deborah provides resources and products that entertain as well as educate. There is an online learning tab.
Women at Halftime Podcast. For those of you that enjoy podcasts, check out Deborah’s weekly podcast. Search for Women at Halftime Podcast on Itunes, Amazon Music, Stitcher.
Why does she do all of this? Because Deborah is helping people at mid-career or the halftime of life to maximize their skills, talents, and resources. It’s taking risks, overcoming fears, and establishing a strong enough purpose to push through obstacles.
Thank you Deborah for sharing your stories with us!
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