Come fill up this Friday with the inspirational story of Renee Reisch, a corporate trainer and leader who has cultivated an inspired individuals and teams for over a decade.
This New York woman living out on the West Coast shares her story of having lost her voice to illness had to consider it being gone for life.
She talks about the mental, physical, and emotional toll of the idea of never speaking her truth again.
After 3 months of silence, Renee got her voice back, got her life back, and found a new sense of passion and drive to make a difference in this world.
In this episode, Renee talks about losing family and friends is the physical world who remain right by her side in the spiritual sense to guide her through all of her success.
She celebrates and honors the lives of her loved ones by tuning into the energy of their everlasting love to wake up and speak her truth every single day.
Join us today and she will make a difference in your world and beyond.
6/10/2020 03:07:06 pm
We are all mortals, and that is fine. It is because we are going to die someday that life is interesting. If we are going to live forever, then there will be no reason for us to work hard in life, right? I truly do believe that we are going to be able to do lots of things as long as we keep our mortality in mind. Those who are not working hard are just not appreciative of their life.
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