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Marika Flatt is a rock star book publicist, has been a leader in the book industry since 1997, is an avid book lover and knows the importance of a great story."I just knew that that was blending books and the literary side with getting people on media, which I also understood and valued. And so it was just kind of like a match made in heaven."Marika and her husband Doug founded PR by the book in 2002 and she is a regular speaker at book industry events. She is a connector by nature and brings a wealth of information and expertise to the table from her friends and connections in publishing. She is also a travel writer. Flatt became a book publicist when she was 22 years old and fresh out of college. She was working as an intern at a TV station when she met a book publicist and was immediately drawn to the profession. She loved the idea of blending her love of books with her skills in media and communications. In this episode, you will learn the following:1. How Marika Flatt became a book publicist2. The importance of mentorship in any industry3. The publishing options available  today.4.  The process of planning, writing and publishing a bookResources:Get FREE Access to Marika's Author to Influencer Workshops and Jan-Mar 2023 Social Media Graphics by going HERE.Other episodes you'll enjoy:James MacNeil: The Path to Your Perfect Paradise is Play.Dan Miller: Doing Work You Love in a Community that Loves YouMichael Neeley: How to Find Your Voice and Tribe by PodcastingConnect with me:Instagram: @overseasliferedesignFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawndfleming/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnfleming/Website: https://lifeinparadisepodcast.comLoved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here.Dream Big and Act on it Daily!Support the show
Listen to this episode of the Life of Paradise Podcast for tips on turning your passion into a thriving business.In this episode, you will learn:1. How Michael Neeley went from being a professional actor to a successful podcaster and mentor2. The importance of having fun in business3. The huge opportunity for growth in the podcasting industry"The truth is, it's never going to be perfect and it's not even going to get close to moving in that direction until you actually start." - Michael NeeleyMichael Neeley is a former professional actor, speaker, podcast host, and mentor to visionary solopreneurs. He is the author of two books, "The Art of Forgetting" and "Zero to Launch Podcast Accelerator." As a host of five podcasts, Michael has become one of the top experts in the field and has been featured as an icon of influence in five consecutive news media summit events. He also hosts his own training events internationally.Michael Neeley is a former professional actor and medieval knight who has become an expert in the field of podcasting. In this interview, he talks about how he got started in podcasting and how people can use it to build a community or even turn it into a business. He also shares the story of how he turned his passion for wine into a podcast and how it has helped him save money on his hobby.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. How Michael Neeley went from being a professional actor to a successful podcaster and mentor2. The importance of fun in business3. The opportunity for growth in the podcasting industryResources:Grab Michael's FREE Guide to Launch Your Podcast with Ease and Speed HEREOther episodes you'll enjoy:James MacNeil: The Path to Your Perfect Paradise is Play.Dan Miller: Doing Work You Love in a Community that Loves YouMarika Flatt: Authoring a Book to Share Your Passion and Wisdom with the WorldConnect with me:Instagram: @overseasliferedesignFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawndfleming/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnfleming/Website: https://www.lifeinparadisepodcast.comLoved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here.Support the show
Find work you love in paradise with Dan Miller's help!"The old Earl Nightingale will message a strange secret. We've become what we think about."Dan Miller is a New York Times bestselling author and podcaster who helps people find work they love. He is the author of 48 Days to the Work You Love and the founder of the Eagles community. He hosts a podcast of the same name that is ranked in the top 1% pf podcasts!Dan Miller is a successful author and podcaster who helps people find their dream career.  He's created an entire company around the teachings in his book. Dan believes that everyone has a "vocation" or calling in life, and that it's never too late to pursue it. He encourages people to set goals in all areas of their life, and to think about what they want to accomplish in the next three years. By doing this, doors will start to open and people will start to move toward their goals.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The importance of having a clear and defined purpose or calling in life.2. The idea that age does not have to be a limiting factor in achieving one's goals.3. The power of setting and writing down goals.Resources:Grab Dan Miller's FREE Goal Setting Workbook HERE.Other episodes you'll enjoy:James MacNeil: The Path to Your Perfect Paradise is Play.Michael Neeley: How to Find Your Voice and Tribe by PodcastingMarika Flatt: Authoring a Book to Share Your Passion and Wisdom with the WorldConnect with me:Instagram: @overseasliferedesignFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawndfleming/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnfleming/Website: https://www.lifeinparadisepodcast.comLoved this episode?Leave us a review and rating hereSupport the show
Looking for your perfect paradise? Play may be the path you're looking for. In this episode you will learn:1. How to make decisions in order to move forward in life2. Why people may not know what they want in life3. Overcoming adversity by choosing to focus on what one does know and what one can do"The universe loves a made up mind."James MacNeil is an international bestselling author, speaker, coach, and consultant. For 30 years, he has circled the globe sharing the world's biggest stages with the biggest stars, including Tony Robbins, Les Brown, Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, Steve Forbes, and Sir Richard Branson. He is the founder of Verbal Aikido and Pure Spiritual Intelligence.This is James MacNeil's story...I've been fortunate enough to have had a lot of success in my life, but it hasn't come without its challenges. I've faced adversity head-on, and I've learned that the best way to overcome it is to keep moving forward. No matter what life throws at you, keep playing and keep dreaming. That's the only way to create the life you want.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. How to make decisions in order to move forward in life2. Why people may not know what they want in life3. Overcoming adversity by choosing to focus on what one does know and what one can doOther episodes you'll enjoy:Dan Miller: Doing Work You Love in a Community that Loves YouMichael Neeley: How to Find Your Voice and Tribe by PodcastingMarika Flatt: Authoring a Book to Share Your Passion and Wisdom with the WorldResources:Get a FREE Copy of James MacNeil's Book: Pure Spiritual Intelligence by going HERE.  Other episodes you'll enjoy:Connect with me:Instagram: @overseasliferedesignFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawndfleming/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnfleming/Website: https://www.lifeinparadisepodcast.comLoved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here.Support the show
In this episode Host Dawn Fleming announces the Birth of the New Life in Paradise on a Shoestring Podcast!  She was inspired to relaunch and rebrand the show attending a Podcasting conference in Southern California. Even with all that the podcast has accomplished, Dawn realized the show could be even better - and MORE FUN!The new name is the Life in Paradise on a Shoestring Podcast - with really fun Artwork. You can find out more about all of the exciting change at our new website: https://lifeinparadisepodcast.comThe new name/brand is FUN, Inspirational, and the image invokes multiple senses. And honestly - Who doesn’t want Life in Paradise on a Shoestring?? Dawn also announced a new  Podcast Fan Reward Program with amazing prizes and rewards. It's not a “Launch” Campaign, but an ongoing program that’s a vehicle to reward our Podcast Fans and serve our listeners better.The show is all about creating a Life You Never NEED a Vacation From. (It’s ok if you still WANT to take Vacations) The purpose of the show is to give you insights and wisdom to create your “somebody pinch me” reality.  It’s about Inspiration, so we’ll share experiences, strategies and practical steps you can take to live your dream life in paradise. To kick off the launch of the new show, we’re publishing FOUR brand new Episodes Featuring Subject Matter Experts who are each providing our listeners with a Free Gift. These Expert Interview Topics are:The True Secret to Creating Your Dream Life in Paradise Doing Work You Love in a Community that Loves YouHow to Find Your Voice and Tribe by PodcastingAuthoring a Book to share your passion and wisdom with the world.We know you’ll be blown away by these expert interviews and inspired to take action. Starting in January 2023,  we have some super fun monthly segments and even more expert interviews!Once a month Tom Clifford will Host or Co-host: Cocktails and Taking Command with Captain Tom.  Leaders are Readers so once a month we’ll focus on an impactful new or old book. When possible, we’ll interview the author to go deeper.Monthly Free Coaching Sessions: One of our new podcast fan rewards is to get help from Dawn  or Tom with a specific problem. Maybe it’s finding a way to earn in paradise, or you’re stuck and need a different perspective to move forward or like Dawn and Tom,  you dreamed a dream, it came true but now you’re ready to dream a new dream. We now have an easy way to ask questions and get them answered on the show with our Ask Dawn page.  We can't wait to hear from you!Support the show
“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside while still alive.” – Norman CousinsDia de los Muertos is such a fitting day for Episode 100. This huge milestone also marks the Death of the Overseas Life Redesign Podcast. Have a listen and hear what’s coming - because this isn’t the end!This episode is a peak behind the curtain.  A short history of the show, where we’ve been, a celebration of outcomes and accomplishments. Dawn explains why the show is ending and reasons for a new beginning.Next week we'll celebrate the birth and life of the evolution of the show - the new name, new format, more interaction with our wonderful listeners, rewards for being a Fan of the Show - and a ton of Relaunch Gifts coming you way! Support the show
For a good life, find your people and nurture strong relationships."In other words, make friends with individuals. The other side of the individualistic coin: Find your people."I grew up in the United States and, like many Americans, I was taught that my country was the best in the world. I never questioned this belief until I went to college and studied anthropology. I learned about ethnocentrism, the belief that one's own culture is superior to all others.  After traveling around the world, I realized that Americans are some of the worst offenders when it comes to ethnocentrism.  In this episode, you will learn the following:1) The Harvard Study of Adult Development, which has followed people from their teenage years into old age, has revealed insights about what makes up a life well-lived.2) Dr. Robert Waldinger, MD, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard and the current head of the study, has learned which adults turn out happy and why.3) The study has found that happy people avoid toxic tribalism, or the tendency to view members of other groups as inferior.Support the show
Does Worrying about What Other People Think Make Us Happy?“When we asked, ‘What was your biggest regret?’ a lot of people said, ‘I wish I hadn’t spent so much time worrying about what other people think'" according to the Harvard Happiness Study.Fear is a primal emotion and goes to the heart of our survival drive in the physical world. Our survival as humans, as a tribal species, is dependent upon our being accepted by the tribe. If we got rejected by the tribe, historically it literally could mean death due to lose of protection and shelter. In the modern era, fear of societal rejection triggers our limbic or reptilian brain. Emotionally, from an evolutionary standpoint our limbic brain just can’t handle rejection!  Yet, to live our best life we need to let go and overcome this primal instinct - this fear of rejection really does not serve us very well in our modern world!Episode References:Episode 65: Stepping Up and Stepping Out: How to Take that Leap of FaithEpisode 14: We Didn't Just Talk About Our Dream Retirement - We Went For it!Support the show
Does being self-absorbed make you happier?"People are happiest when they make investments in things that are beyond themselves."In the last four episodes of The Science of Happiness series (Volume 1), we focused on the science of happiness as it relates to creating purpose and deeper meaning in life. Volume 2 focuses on our fourth quarter theme of Community and Cultural Adaptation. The Harvard Study of Adult Development, which launched in 1938, is the longest scientific study of happiness ever conducted. It found that people are happiest when they make investments in things that are beyond themselves. Dr. Waldinger, who now runs the study,  recommends helping kids learn about the satisfaction of being interested in others and building great relationships. The key to success in building relationships is to listen. People who are self-absorbed tend to steer a conversation back to themselves even when it's not about them. Being a good listener means listening with all four senses and asking questions. So, if you want to be happy, make sure to invest in things that are beyond yourself.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The Harvard Study of Adult Development, which launched in 1938, is the longest scientific study of happiness ever conducted.2. Miriam Webster's definition of self absorbed means absorbed in one's own thoughts, activities or interests. Self absorbed people like to get attention and be heard by others, but seldom reciprocate.3. The key to success in building relationships is to understand and practice the 70/30 Rule.To order Dr. Waldinger's book with the latest results of the study go here.For more about the Harvard Happiness Study go here.Support the show
Do you want to be happier?"You now have the knowledge and the power to take control of your own happiness. By doing that, you can help but make the world a better place."I stopped reading the newspaper and started reading a good book in the morning. It made a huge impact in our lives. If you aren't a reader, there is another way. In a 2004 study, participants wrote for 20 minutes each day for three days about either a positive life experience or a control topic. Writing about positive experiences led to higher level of happiness, improved physical health and increased focus for up to six weeks after the writing exercise. In a 2019 study, researchers at the University of Cambridge found that positive memory activation dampened cortisol responses and improved mood. In the 4 Part Happiness Series four scientifically proven strategies to create deeper purpose and meaning in your life were shared.  We'd love to hear the impact they have in your life.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. A simple, proven strategy to create purpose and meaning in your life.2. The immediate positive results and long term benefits of writing about positive experiences.3. How taking control of your own happiness can help make the world a better place.Support the show
Why not start your day off with a calming meditation practice?"Meditation has many health benefits, but only if you commit to a regular meditation practice and do it regularly."I was motivated to create a daily meditation practice after hearing about all the health benefits it can have. I started meditating decades ago and now I do it every day. It's helped me to become more purposeful and create deeper meaning in my life. I'm always looking for ways to improve my practice and make it more beneficial for me. I love hearing about other people's meditation practices and how they've benefited from them.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The Science of Happiness: How to Create a More Purposeful and Meaningful Life2. The Many Health Benefits of Meditation3. Tips on How to Get Started with your own Meditation Practice.Link to Positive Psychology Article with 16 Health Benefits of MeditationSupport the show
In the 1970's the Dalai Lama said that we can physically change and rewire our brains by thought alone, and recent scientific research has proven this to be true. If you're looking for a mood boost, exercise may be just what you need."Extensive scientific research has proven what the Dalai Lama said in the we can physically change and rewire our brains by thought alone."In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The many health benefits of exercise, including reducing mortality and treating symptoms of major depression. 2. How exercise regulates our appetite hormones, increases our metabolic rate, and improves the quality and duration of our sleep. 3. The fact that physical exercise is a rarely prescribed treatment, despite its many benefits.Resources:Link to NIH StudyChapter Summaries: In this episode, we focus on the second habit you can practice to increase your level of happiness. If you started to implement the first habit that we covered in part one, I'd love to hear your feedback.A team member was going through a rough patch in her marriage. She wanted to start exercising, but she didn't know the benefits of exercise. She was surprised to know that Dawn exercises 2 hours every day. In part three, Dawn  shares another part of her morning routine.A National Institute of Health study found that exercise is effective in reducing mortality and in treating symptoms of major depression. Exercise is underutilized by clinicians. Big Pharma doesn't write prescriptions for exercise because they don't make money from it.  Ageism is the worst excuse to not prescribe exercise.A regular exercise practice will increase your level of happiness. You must make a commitment to make the time for it.  Here are the steps in using the strategy to increase your level of happiness 1) commit to an exercise routine 2) start small and increase it gradually. 3) Pick activities you enjoy 4) Consider any health challenges and pick your exercise accordingly. Are you motivated to create a daily exercise routine? How often? Let's us know!Support the show
Do you want to live a fuller and more adventurous life after retirement?  Do you know what comes next after the sale of a business you love? In this episode, you will learn: 1. What it's like to sell a business overseas;  2. The joys of retiring or semi-retiring to a life of travel and adventure;  3. What it's like to be a volunteer for a turtle conservation effort - or manage it."The opportunity to do it here where it's so gorgeous and the water is warm and it's really special."Jim Silver is a former business owner and real estate broker who has turned his attention to volunteerism, writing, music and photography in retirement. He is an avid traveler and adventurer, and spends his time exploring the world and enjoys sharing his stories with others.Jim Silver was our guest on Episode 19 of the Overseas Life Redesign Podcast, where he talked about living a good life and while running a dream dive business. He has since sold his business and is now doing fun things that bring him purpose and meaning. He recently took a trip to Cozumel to dive and do underwater photography for fun. He also has some book projects that he is working on.After five years of working in a dive business in Mexico, he decided to sell the business. He was a PADI Dive Master/Instructor. The business requires a boat and requires a lot of time and effort. It's a business that requires employees, insurance, taxes and a sole proprietor. This year the turtle farm in Isla Mujeres, Mexico was taken back by the government, probably due to mismanagement.  The new director of environment and ecology needed volunteers to help with the conservation efforts previously managed by the Tortuga Farm. Jim has been diving with the turtles during mating season off the south tip of the island for eight years and has been taking pictures of them turtles are an endangered species in Mexico they lay a lot of eggs on the beaches.  He realized they needed a lot of help, particularly someone to  to manage the effort. Jim "picked up the clipboard" and is so glad he did.Here is Episode 19 with Jim Silver's Dive Business Story.Support the show
Find your purpose to create a happy, healthy and more joyful life. In this episode, you will learn: 1. The importance of having a sense of purpose in life and creating it during your Midlife Awakening 2. How Jem Fuller's experiences traveling the world have shaped his perspective 3. The benefits of having a sense of meaningful work or purpose in one's life"Most humans I meet and talk with when we start to explore a sense of purpose to their life, it's got something to do with helping others, for sure. And so that can be whatever that is for you."Jem Fuller is an author, speaker, and coach who helps leaders and their teams create more ease and flow and success through healthy habitual practices.Jem Fuller has always loved to travel and explore different cultures. When he was 18, he left Australia to backpack around Europe and the Middle East. He fell in love with the Indian subcontinent and spent the next decade living and working there. In his early 40s, he went through a divorce and lost everything except for his two sons. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise, as it gave him the opportunity to start over and pursue his passion for helping others. He now works as a speaker and coach, helping leaders and their teams create more ease and flow in their lives.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The importance of having a sense of purpose in life 2. How Jem Fuller's experiences traveling the world have shaped his perspective 3. The benefits of having a sense of meaningful work or purpose in one's lifeJem's favorite part of his work is running conscious leadership retreats. He has taken hundreds of people on retreats around the world. He believes that to expand our experience of existing, of being, we need to step outside of our comfort zone. Jem's book, Art of Conscious Communication, was published late last year. He also did a Ted Talk which you may find by going here.Here is Jem Fuller's website.Support the show
In this episode, you will learn: 1. How Chris and Susan Beesley went from being successful accountants to losing everything in the 2008 financial crash, and then having to start over 2. How the Beesleys were able to turn their situation around by reframing their mindset and focusing on solutions 3. The importance of sharing your story and helping others through difficult times."The best things lie outside your comfort zone."Chris and Susan Beesley are former accountants and management consultants who have achieved an amazing lifestyle. They love skiing and traveling the world, and their mission is to help others do the same.The Beesleys have been married for 30 years and have worked together as accountants and management consultants for 15 of those years. In 2005, they decided to invest in property and took a course to learn how to do it properly. They were doing well until 2008 when the financial crash hit and they lost everything. They managed to hang on to a few properties, but the pandemic in 2020 was the final straw. They sold their property and are now living a more nomadic lifestyle, traveling the world and helping others do the same.https://www.livingtheretirementlifestyle.comSupport the show
If you're feeling stuck in a cycle of unhappiness and you're not sure how to get out, then this episode is for you!"Happiness is an inside job. There is no one who can give it to you. There are people who can support your journey. There are people who can inspire you to keep going. There are people who can educate you about relevant concepts, but nobody can do the work for you"Ridgely Goldsborough is a businessperson, author, and speaker who has lived and worked all over the world. He is best known for his work with Jim Rohn, where he served as Rohn's voice in Latin America.This is Ridgely Goldsborough's story...Ridgely Goldsborough has had an interesting life, to say the least. He was born in the US, but his mother took him to Europe when he was six years old. They ended up settling in Switzerland, and then later moving to Spain.  He learned French and Spanish as his first languages, with English becoming his third language. When he was 17, he finally returned to the US. He worked with Jim Rohn for two years, traveling around Latin America and Spain. He also got the chance to work in Southeast Asia, which he found to be a completely different world. After getting a master's degree in global citizenship, he now has a better understanding of what it means to be a global citizen.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. What it was like for Ridgely Goldsborough to grow up overseas in multiple countries, learning multiple languages2. What it was like for Ridgely to work with Jim Rohn for two years, and how that experience changed him3. What it is that global citizenship entails, as explained by someone with a master's degree in the subject.To connect with Ridgely go here.Support the show
In this episode Dawn provides an overview and results of a recent released study, Longevity and the New Journey of Retirement.  Age Wave and Edward Jones surveyed more than 11,000 North American adults, largely pre-retirees and retirees, to explore how the journey of retirement unfolds, the patterns of people’s experience in retirement, and the keys to thriving along the way. Some highlights include: Today’s retirees appreciate their longevity and they now count the ideal length of retirement at an average of 29 years. The majority now view retirement as “a new chapter of life,” while only a quarter still think of it as the traditional “time for rest and relaxation.”  Retirees who are thriving today were well-prepared for entering this stage of life and made more focused preparation.The Work/retirement lines have blurred. There is no clear definition of when retirement starts, and 59% of retirees and pre-retirees said an ideal mix of work and leisure in retirement includes some work. Support the show
Retirement is not what it's cracked up to be for those who don't understand the four phases of retirement and how to find satisfaction in later life."The successful ingredients of a good retirement have to include an assumption, which I always make in my workshops, that good health has to be a given and so does a fairly stable financial situation."Dr. Riley Moynes is an author, consultant, and educator with over 40 years of experience in the field of retirement. He is best known for his work on the Four Phases of Retirement, which outlines the different stages of retirement and offers advice on how to make the most of each phase.This is Dr. Riley Moynes's story...Dr. Riley Moynes struggled in retirement until he realized that he needed a sense of purpose. He found that many people shared his experience and decided to write a book about it. The book, "The Four Phases of Retirement," outlines the different stages of retirement and offers advice on how to make the most of it. In the fourth and final phase, retirees find a new sense of purpose that brings them happiness and fulfillment..In this episode, you will learn the following:1. How people's expectations of retirement often don't match reality, leading to feelings of loss and depression2. The importance of finding a sense of purpose in retirement3. The idea that the happiest retirees are those who have found a way to make a contribution in their later yearsResources:https://thefourphases.comDr. Moynes Ted TalkChapter Summaries:1) Dr. Riley Moynes is author of the best selling book the Four Phases of Retirement: what to Expect When You're Retiring. Dawn has just finished reading his book and is excited to hear more about his work on her show Magnetic Monday with Dawn.2) After 40 years of working,  he retired. He struggled in the first phase of his retirement, and then he found his stride in the second phase. He has written a book based on his research and interviews with people who have been through the same thing. He finds that most information on retirement is focused on the financial side.3) Good health and stable financial situation are key to a successful retirement. People need to have a sense of purpose and do something that makes them want to get up in the morning and get involved in things. In the vacation phase of his retirement, he was more egocentric and it was all about him.4) Join us for a free workshop to plan your overseas beta test. We'll help you plan and execute your perfect exit. For more information, go here. 5) About 50% to 60% of retirees break through to phase four. They reinvent themselves, they rewire, and they find a thing or things that make them want to get up in the morning. Research shows that with a sense of purpose we are more likely to stay healthier and to live longer.6) People are surprised when they get to Phase Two of their life and they find it difficult to move out of it. The key is a sense of purpose. People need to remember the things that they love to do and have done well over the years. People have to be open to change and not afraid to fail. Connect with me:InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedIn Website: http://opats.com/podcastSupport the show
In this episode Dawn dives into the Power of Belief and its impact on making dreams a reality. There are two components and that they are equally as important 1) Dreaming Big; and 2) Acting Daily - so we break them down. Dawn also discusses the #1 Dream Killer to look out for and how to remove obstacles that keep us from living our dream life.  Remember the saying "you are what you eat?" the same  can be said about what we think.  Discover the 3 keys to removing mental blocks that prevent  us from realizing our dreams.  To create a life with purpose and meaning, it all starts with our mindset.  The book Dawn references in ths episode is Predictably Irrational byDr. Dan Ariely. Support the show
Ten years ago, no one in the United States thought a civil war was a possibility, much less talked about it. In recent polls, nearly 50% of Americans think a civil war is coming.  For over 240 two years, America was a shining example to the world of how the peaceful transition of power works in a democracy.  The Shining Beacon on the Hill sadly has lost its luster. Hopefully it will not only be restored so there can be a more perfect union, and America may once again set a good example for the rest of the world. The good news is that voter participation is up dramatically since the late 1990s. The bad news: historically it has taken war to solve society’s big problems. Even if you decide not to leave the United States, it may still be prudent to move some of your assets out of the country. Having a Plan B is very wise, even if you never implement it. Register for Dawn's free workshop at paradiseroadmap.com.Support the show
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