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OPERA, TRAUMA & HIGH-ACHIEVERS

"Energy for Life" author, Alix Bradfield, asked me the other day whether our listeners know much about me and what I do. My answer was "I don't know"! So Alix and I sought to remedy the situation by having her interview me for this episode.

How does a farm girl turn into an opera singer, then become an international coach for high achieving individuals and teams? Very good question, and one we answer here! We also bring to light my discovery of The Richards Trauma Process(TM) - a transformational therapy I use very often with clients, and why it's so effective and quick.

It felt quite odd to be the one doing most of the talking, but I hope this fills in the gaps on who I am, where I come from, what I do and why I do it. If there are any unfilled gaps, let me know and we can remedy it! Thank you for being a part of this great community.

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