In a lot of my episodes up to this point, I've spoken to people who've had their time in the spotlight. ( Not me, Rebels, I sunburn too easily).They've all gone down separate roads since that time. Today, you'll get to hear Deborah's story, which is also a reflection on the highs and lows of her life. Whether she was in or out of the spotlight, you can tell that she put the work in to be successful, from a young girl to today. I found her story to be very interesting. I really respect the drive and determination she had, regardless of which direction that her life took a turn. She also provides a lot of common sense advice that some of us may forget when we are struggling. Hmmmm...I didn't mention it until now, but I can see a podcast in her future. ( I mean her own!!) Thanks, Deborah, and don't forget me when your podcast becomes famous! (Besides, how fast are you going to forget a short guy with a yak? THAT fast??? )
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